This restaurant is located between the famous bohemian square Mulato Gil and the east side of Cerro Santa Lucía, in the center of Santiago. Here, ... More
This restaurant is located between the famous bohemian square Mulato Gil and the east side of Cerro Santa Lucía, in the center of Santiago. Here, you can enjoy visiting its old tiny streets, squares and bars. It is named after the owner's family name (Mr. Raúl Squadritto Moggia). The decor is elegant without sacrificing comfort. It is decorated with brick pillars, ochre-painted walls and paintings inspired by Pompey motifs. A bar made from fine wood welcomes you in. The restaurant has a capacity for 100 diners, private function rooms, and air-conditioning. The restaurant specializes in Italian cuisine and has two particular strengths: pastry and desserts. The chef recommends Capraccio di Parmigiano with Aceto Balsámico or Melanzane alla Parmigiana as starters.
The food here is as good as an ambitous lover of italian food would expect and hope a restaurant, out of Italy, to be. The atmosphere resembles the local trattorias in Rome, with orangeish bricks on the walls and water color paintings. Try the "nogada" sauce, it's a whipped creamoliove oil and walnut sauce that is just delicious.
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