I've tasted many types of lamb dishes worldwide and this one was very tasty.
A very simple entrance in a residential neighborhood in East Santiago hides a bigger área that seems to gather several backyards where some rooms share the space with the fire where lambs are roasted. No luxury, but a friendly staff and good wine menu. You can either seat outside or in a glass room with a view to the fire.
I had the 'Asado de los Arrieros' which tasted fine with the 2007 Lapostolle Cabernet Sauvignon. We were six people and everyone was plenty satisfyied with their orders.
When everyone was done, I decided not to loose the opportunity to taste the 'Lomo Romero' which tasted wonderfull while everyone else was having their deserts.
Definitely, a place to be visited by the Lamb Brotherhood members.
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