In April 2013, I visited Santiago for three nights and four days and pretty much almost ate my heart out. See Part 1 of the Various Eats in Santiago, Chile. This is Part 2 of the Various Eats in Santiago, Chile where I spent less than 12 hours in the city.
Introduction to Mexico City and Santiago Chile
LAX Airport Air Canada Maple Leaf T2 Star Alliance Lounge
LAX Airport Air France KLM T2 Skyteam Lounge
Aeromexico GDL-MEX 737-800 Business Class
Templo Mayor Mexico City Hotel Review
How to Get to Teotihuacan From Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of Teotihuacan in Mexico City
The Sights and Sounds of Centro Historico in Mexico City
The Various Eats in Mexico City Part 2
MEX Airport Aeromexico Salon Premier T2 International Lounge
MEX Airport American Express Centurion Club T2 Lounge
Residencial Londres Santiago Hotel Review
The Sights and Sounds of Santiago Chile
The Various Eats in Santiago Chile Part 2
Santiago Airport Delta SkyClub Skyteam Lounge
MEX Airport American Express Centurion Club T1 Landside Lounge
MEX Airport American Airlines Admirals Club T1 Lounge
Alaska Airlines MEX-LAX 737-800 First Class
There are many quick and cheap fast food restaurants that can be found all over Santiago.
One of my favorite ones is Emporio Zunino near the Mercado Central which is famous for their empanadas.
All throughout the streets of Santiago, you can find a cool refreshing drink called Mote con Huesillo which is made with wheat and peaches.
If you’re looking for a healthy alternative for eats, check out the Mercado Central where you can find fresh fruits and vegetables.
If you’re looking for a fine dining restaurant, check out Barrio Lastarria.
I had lunch in Barrio Bellas Artes at a restaurant called Bar the Clinic.
Bar the Clinic’s restaurant menu was made of recycled paper and felt like a newspaper which was pretty cool.
I started out with a local beer called Cristal.
I ordered the Lomo a lo pobre which is steak with fries topped with grilled onions and a fried egg. It was absolutely delicious.