Cuisine: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern & North African
Contact:+56 2 7370398
Open Hours: 1p-4p, 7p-11.30p Mon-Sat
Cecilia Jadue - the owner- runs the kitchen and servers her clients, at this old mansion situated in Bellavista. Her brother, the painter Oscar Jadue, ... More
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Cecilia Jadue - the owner- runs the kitchen and servers her clients, at this old mansion situated in Bellavista. Her brother, the painter Oscar Jadue, was in charge of the decoration. Bits of paintings related to food by sixteen of the great masters were reproduced to form part of a mural 12 metres long that covers one of the walls. At lunchtime it is a favourite among passers-by busy Bellavista. At night the buzz stops, allowing for a more intimate and relaxed environment. This restaurant offers Arab cooking with Mediterranean influence: antipasto mediterráneo (CLP4,500) includes bab ghanoush (a light aubergine and sesame paste), manitaria afelia (mushrooms in red wine with coriander seeds) and kubbe (pickled aubergines and fried aubergines and tomatoes). If your night out is planned ahead, you can order a Royal couscous with 24 hours notice (CLP5,500), for 4 persons minimum. For afters there is Crepe Gauguin (CLP2,000), with caramelised oranges and chocolate. If you accompany it with Turkish coffee, even better!
Best Hummus ever!!
We have been there on numerous occasions and thoroughly enjoyed it each time. Every item on the menu that we have tried was excellent. Try the piscos - they are lethal.
Good wine selection and reasonably priced as well.
Well worth the effort.
Its our favourite restaurant in Santiago.
The owner, Emilio Peschiera opened this place 10 years ago, and will surprise you with one of the best Peruvian
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