Although the price of food and many ingredients increases almost weekly, it is still possible to find them cheap lunches in Santiago.
Like what we recommend in this guide which Priced at $5,000 or less, they arrive at the table loaded with flavor and love..
This bar and restaurant is One of Providencia’s favorites. A classic soda fountain with melamine-covered tables and a large bar, located on the corner of José Manuel Infante and Los Jesuitas, run by Mr. Carlos Alarcón since 1976.
It is a favorite of many because it is essential that we go Piscola ($4,000), famous and “imitated but never equaled,” as they say.
But El Rapa Nui is also famous for it unbeatable lunch menuwhich is advertised on a sign outside the premises and operates from Monday to Friday, 12.30pm to 3.30pm or until sold out.
approx dishes containing salad, bread and pepperwhich change every day and at cheap prices.
They are among them mustard chicken ($4,000), golden and juicy, which you can order with accompaniments like rice or mayo potatoes; steak with juice ($5,000), or a good plate of steaming chickpeas, the temptation for cold days.
Fried fish ($5,000) and legs ($4,000) is also among the lunch options.
Attention, you pay with cash or bank transfer, there is no card option.
Lovers of Arabic cuisine have certainly visited several times fufu bakerythe family bakery and patisserie that has been operating in Recoleta for over a decade.
There is two locationsone is Antonia López de Bello 150 and the other is Rio de Janeiro 491. full patron neighborhoodand in the latter he only put a few tables so that he could try his Arabic delicacies on the go.
Not only the irresistible Arabic sweets, but savory dishes that are perfect for lunch.
Among them the Shawarma ($4,990), with locally made bread that can be chicken, meat or mixed, plus pickles, tomatoes, onions, parsley and special sauce.
They come with salads and fries.
Besides that shishi taouk ($4,990), chicken seasoned with a special house blend, salad mix, and pickles on a baguette, with fries; and the on the other hand ($4,990), onion chicken and sumac – a lemon-flavored spice – special sauce and salad.
And don’t leave without ordering some sweets, like the fatayer, made with apple and cinnamon-filled filo dough covered in syrup; or baclawa with filo pastry filled with walnuts and almonds.
If you walk past it Franklin area and the Persian Biobíotake advantage of lunch in one of the jewels of the sector, The grape.
We are talking about the place that is on Av. Santa Rosa, almost on the corner with Franklin, in an old mansion typical of the area, with an interior garden and a big grape to which it owes its name.
Mario Riquelme and his family have been offering Chilean cuisine here for more than 20 years, very homemade, which can be enjoyed in their living room frozen in time, or, weather permitting, on the terrace under the vines.
Corners where you can taste their casseroles legs ($4,800), which can be beef or ossobuco and includes salad.
outside bean with reins ($4,500) which includes salad, bread and baked goods; or the chicken in broth ($4,500) with, for example, rice, salad or soup.
And don’t stop asking about it. earthquake ($3,500), which is available year-round in El Parrón.
2135 Av Santa Rosa
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Wednesday to Sunday, 11:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m
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We sigh in remembrance Mother’s corner. And this is one of the most important places Independence.
Works Since 1968 in Av. La Pazvery close to La Vega Central, from where he left with Mamita, to whom he gave his name, and who, although he died in 2001, founded a school with the locals, which today is responsible for his grandchildren.
And along with the hands of amazing chefs trained by Mamita preserve their tasty heritage.
In which you taste the unforgettable mushroom chickenthe house specialty together the cognac chicken and its variants with seafood, pasta or peas.
also in its delicacy lunch menu ($5,000) which offers Monday through Friday from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM main course, main course and bread pebre with main courses.
You can get a delicacy between the main courses Poultry Casserole, lentils with chorizo or the with ossobuco juice with salad, for example.
Furthermore lasagna any one tuna croquette with rice. The daily options are announced on a board at the entrance.
The popular on the second floor Tirso de Molina marketLocated next to La Vega Chica, it is one of Santiago’s regular places where you can try cheap lunches.
There you will find more places and snacks, but you can also go directly Newen Lamngenthe cafeteria with all the condiments a Mapuche cuisine Aurora Luncumilla.
Sitting at the table is a journey of pure taste and tradition, with dishes that are announced on the board at lunchtime, such as charquican of cochayuyo ($5,000); or the Swiss chard stew ($5,000), which comes on a large serving platter and comes with homemade potato chips.
outside bean with reins ($5,000).
And all the food arrives on the table with selected salad, Mapuche soupipillas or tortilla Y pebre with smoked merken.
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From Wednesday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m
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Everything is public
Rincón Quirihuano opened right in front of Fantasilandia in a mansion Av. Beauchef.
It’s a large dining room with parquet floors and holds the secrets of Las Delicias de Quirihue, the wonderful pig shop. Sepulveda Nunez family which worked there on Domeyko Street for more than 60 years and closed in 2019.
He is actually in charge of this place Olivia Aldanawho was its administrator The delights of Quirihue, where he arrived at the age of 14 as a garzona assistant.
Moved here Olga marketbetter known as Sandra and Rosa Naranjo, Garzonas for more than 30 yearss in Las Delicias.
Although he is the main character here Garden grillingthey also serve unbeatable lunch menu (from $4,000), homemade and powerful, advertised on a sign outside the room where you can touch pork chopwith puree and rice, for example, or a very soft one pot roastwith puree, very homemade.
Some are rich too with tallerina sauce and fried egg. It’s impossible at home!