We’ve been here a few times with family, friends and it’s always good quality food and good service. Prices are affordable but absolutely make sure to book bc it’s always very very busy!
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I ate here with colleagues for a fantastic work lunch. It was warm and sunny for an early September day so we sat outside and enjoyed the just-hip-enough, and very relaxing atmosphere. We tried two kinds of ceviches that were so good I wanted to...More
Santiago have a huge and fresh seafood offer with great and competitive restaurants. This particular restaurant has many local options! I requested mariscos al pilpil with sautéed potatoes and was a unique flavor explosion! Starting with the plate presentation, the variety of colors and delicious...More
We ordered a Large Cold See Food mix dish to share. It has like something out of a book well presented and the flavors all different some great some not so much unless you know what you are eating. Sea Urchig was one of the...More
The food is excellent , the portions are big so come hungry.Absolutely delicious,whenever I travel to Santiago I always stop here for lunch or dinner. The atmosphere is quaint, the service is great and the waiter are real professionals. Everything is fresh and fantastic, they...More
Visited several times through our stay as so good and close to "home". Really warm welcome and atmosphere. Intimate building with traditional character and lovely views of the 'cerro". All fish and seafood dishes we tried were delicious and generous. Good wine list but best...More
If you are looking for some seafood, this is the place! excellent service and definitely delicious! We order some "Machas a la Parmesana", Ceviches (chilean way!) and Chupe..every dish was an experience! I strongly recommended the place!
I ate at El Ancla twice during my stay in Santiago. The first time I had ceviche. It was very good but not exceptional. The second time I had a mind-blowingly delicious stew of octopus, potato, onion, fish, garlic, and hot pepper. The super friendly...More
We four had an obnoxious waiter. We waited almost an hour for our food to arrive. Of course it arrived cold! And overcooked. And flavourless. Not recommended!
As we were staying in Providence neighborhood we searched for some restaurant offering seafood and fish nearby. We found "El Ancla" on a lovely corner three blocks away Providence Avenue. We ate on two different nights Empandas of shrimp and centolla, Ceviche Imperial and Pilpil...More