José Ramón 277 Visit the Barrio Lastarria, this Schopería & Sanguchería for lovers of the Tipical. You can enjoy traditional preparations, enriched with touches of gastronomic innovation, like the lengua or rolled sandwich, accompanied by homemade hot sauces. In December of 2017, this restaurant was mentioned by The New York Times in its note on the best places in Santiago, , dedicated to the sandwich and say that “when the sandwiches arrive in old pewter trays and made with a typical crusty bread called marraqueta, There are ingredients like caramelized onions and goat cheese that some traditionalists might seem a sacrilege”.
Other outstandings are the traditional recipes just like Chacarero, Barros Luco and Italiano in a fresh “Marraqueta” (french bread), with hamburger bun options as well, also it has house recipes like “Mechada Pastelera” (is a deconstruction of Pastel de Choclo) or the “Fricandela” ( smashed bacon Burger, creamy cheese, caramelized onion, egg, tomato and Mayonnaise). Also stand out dishes prepared as FRICASSE o “Pil Pil shrimp” beside huge salads with the house protein. From 10:00 to 12:00 is the traditional breakfast time, egg pan with a just made marraqueta (French bread)
José Ramón Gutiérrez, 277, Santiago.