Perhaps the best time to visit this restaurant is that moment in the evening when you feel the first pangs of hunger after a pleasant stroll through the city center. This landmark eatery in the historic center of Santiago has an especially good wine cellar, making it an ideal choice for enjoying a good glass of wine with their traditional dishes. It's not inexpensive, of course, but you're on vacation and certainly deserve an occasional splurge. The menu emphasizes mainly seafood, including excellent mussels, scallops, crabs, razor clams, oysters and other more elaborate dishes such as their famous spaghetti in squid ink, seafood rice dishes or stewed oxtail. No matter what you order, rest assured you will not be disappointed.
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