Traditional family restaurant with a plethora of offerings on the menu. I was fortunate to be served by one of Ana Maria's grandsons who was most hospitable and clearly had a passion for the establishment.
The food was beutifully served and obviously made with passion. Only downside is that Chilean food can be quite salty. Despite this, I highly recommend Ana Maria's for the overall Chilean experience.
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