This restaurant is close to the apartment I stay in Santiago, I had walked by many times, always curious to try it. It looked like it has been one of those traditional family restaurants, now surrounded by offices and the clientele had become in its majority, business people. I walked in one weekday night. The ambiance is average, nothing outstanding except some tables were covered with leather mantels. Just a few tables were occupied although at a large table were celebrating something. It was early for Chilean standard of having dinner after 9 and actually a few more people came in after that hour. The waiter Juan Carlos was very attentive, and showed me the menu as I requested before showing me to the table. The menu had variety of dishes, meats, pastas and fish; I decided for an overpriced seared tuna which was overcooked. Nice touch, a glass of bubbly on the house. Overall, my mistake was to order a fish at a restaurant that apparently specializes in meats. I will return, and try one of the meats before giving it a definite review.
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