My daughter took us here our first night for an authentic Chilean meal. She was distrustful of the cab driver, so we got off at the corner of the main street and walked in the general direction. You might find it scary late at night, as it is a sketchy part of town, but in general Santiago is a very safe city. (I'm sure when it was built, 100 years ago or so, it was a nice area). Probably it is fine during the day. We asked a couple walking by and they knew where it was exactly. The menu is the typical Chilean hangover food, congealed pork rounds, blood sausage, and other delights. They claim to be the birthplace of the Terramoto, so that was required drinking for us. The staff was friendly, attentive, prices reasonable, and the atmosphere is cheerful. You probably need to speak Spanish though, or have someone who does because this is "the real deal"!
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