Nipped in here on a rainy morning and it was great. Nice decor and music. Delicious food came out quickly. Good combo deals too that keep the price down. Coffee was decent. Nicely presented. A great visit all round.
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This is by far one of the best cafeterias I've been in Santiago. I just had an espresso and something sweet but they also serve lunch. I loved the design and ambience of the place and they have a few tables outside which is a...More
Stopped in for a latte and the breakfast special - soft boiled egg, toast and avocado. The avocado half was huge and perfectly ripe. Overall very delicious and a nice environment for a relaxed breakfast.
Discovered this Santiago gem in unusual way. An American friend, a nun living in Chile for decades, mentioned that a lady who is supportive of her religious order owned this restaurant. Our friend had not eaten there, but we were curious and went there for...More
We just needed a good feed after a 12 hour flight from Sydney and an awful night's sleep. Tried out Blue Jar as I was desperate for decent coffee and also some good food that wasn't heavy or fried like a lot of Chilean food...More
A local spot for cafe fare, delicious bites, a lazy afternoon outside with an espresso, or a creative and not-too-sweet dessert. Like Santiago itself, Blue Jar has a European flair, a Chilean-kissed take on a classic corner cafe: part brassiere, part coffee shop, a place...More
At a street corner a stone’s throw from the beautiful Presidential Palace La Moneda at the center of Santiago you find the Blue Jar. This is a wonderful restaurant full of light from the large windows, full of love from the owner who makes sure...More
A restaurant that goes against the current and puts a lot of effort and love into creating a beautiful and cozy atmosphere, very high quality food and impeccable friendly service. The coffee is carefully chosen and roasted on site, which is very rare in Santiago....More