One of the best fricandela and chips in town. However, parking is not easy and waitress tend to be a bit rude.
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This is a very local joint, lunch or dinner you will find it crowded it. We went beacuse we wanted to try the chilena hamburger called Fricandella, we ordered for starter empanadas, they were ok, then an Italian fricandella that comes with avocado, tomato a...More
is all about sandwiches and they are good, you get to choose the kind of meat from tongue to churrasco, including chicken and fish. there are 4 or 5 different ways to dress your sandwich from guacamole and tomato, melted cheese, etc. the beer selection...More
I am in Santiago, Chile with my wife who is here on a work trip. We had dinner in this very interesting restaurant that does not exist in the states. They serve a specific selection of craft beer and a variety of sandwich combinations. You...More
Returning to Santiago from Valparaiso, my phone died before I could retrieve my Airbnb address. We stopped at Fuente Chilena not to eat but just to ask if I could use their wifi (they graciously allowed me to do so). Yet, as soon as the...More
I had ridden my bike here many times and after visiting a local museum decided to stop by --- we wanted to eat outside and were told it was a five minute wait. In five minutes were seated -- great selection of delicious sandwiches, beers...More
A nice place for sandwiches, specially after the winter. Great atmosphere and very good service. But the sandwiches look much better in the menu than the real ones; overcooked meat, too dry.
Good place to go have a sandwich. One very important consideration, if you are planning on going there to have lunch, make sure you get there a few minutes before 1pm, or you will have to wait for a table. It's not the cheapest or...More
Sat at the bar at lunch time. Ordered lomito chacerero. Found it to be very thin sliced, dry and overall not very good. Also surprisingly expensive. Too bad because the sandwiches in Santiago tend to be fantastic.