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Thread: Nice spots to eat in Santiago?

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    Chino Rico downtown is a fine traditional Chinese restaurant.

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    If money is no option "El Rancho Steak House" off of Republica de Argentina is by far the best steak house in Santiago.

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    I see someone already has mentioned "El Rancho Steak House" Sorry about that.

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    Isn't that the restaurant that had the cage in front with the 2 monkeys..............
    I lived one block away........

    B in Santiago

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    Although "Camp David" has lost its flair as far as food is concerned, I still like it, if only for the great view.

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    Dined in Camp David last Friday. Terrible to say the least and expensive to boot.

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    Camp David is best for afternoon coffee and desert...

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    I recently discovered this nice Peruvian restaurant in Los Jardines, called Machu Picchu - on Dr. Arturo Grullon between Texas and Metropolitana. Great ceviche as well as other dishes, moderately priced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SKY View Post
    I agree on this one also. Strange atmosphere, but good pasta.
    Was there too.
    1. Pasta is not ¨fresh¨ - home made -.
    2. Salsas are all the same, a basic salsa....

    My quote : 4/10
    I never go there again.

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    I like Marisco Cibaeño, previously known as Marisco Centro, near Av. Francia in the Monument area. The Quiosco outside are a nice place to eat then pass the time talking while having some drinks with friends.

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