Visit this restaurant in the Historic Center that awaits you in a house that is over 120 years old and whose spacious rooms are ideal for sharing.
Its menu is characterized by exhibiting dishes from Latin American gastronomy, where preparations such as ceviches, lomo saltado risotto, tiraditos, grilled octopus and spicy shrimp stand out. It also has an interesting vegan and vegetarian offer.
As the story goes, this building was the former headquarters of the Chilean Communist Party and the place where Pablo Neruda proclaimed his candidacy for the Presidency of the Republic on September 30, 1969.
Teatinos, 416, Santiago.