Like its Plateau neighbourhood, La Chilenita is totally unpretentious: a cozy haven for those who are mad for empanadas, Chile's national snack. Here ... More
Like its Plateau neighbourhood, La Chilenita is totally unpretentious: a cozy haven for those who are mad for empanadas, Chile's national snack. Here you get 13 varieties, including one with seafood, and the price of CAD1.90 can't be beat. Chilean sandwiches include the Barros Luco (CAD3.50), featuring grilled steak and cheese. If you're in a hurry, there's take-out as well. Cash (spare change, really) only. Second Location: 4348 Clark St, at Marie-Anne, +1 514 982 9212.
All the food is very good. Also, you can find a lot of dishes for vegetarians. Globaly it's not to expensive too. With an empanada for 2,50 it's really abordable.And they are full of vegetables, not like theese that you can sometimes buy who are full of grease ans a mystery materia.
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