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Santiago Restaurants

Astrid y Gastón

  • Antonio Bellet 201 Map It
  • Providencia
  • Chilean

Updated 12/03/2014

Fodor's Review

The Santiago branch of the restaurants owned by Lima-based chef Gastón Acurio introduced Peru's wonderful food to Chile, but according to many people, it is not as good as it used to be and a bit overpriced. That said, the causas (stacks of food on rounds of mashed potatoes) are great, as is anything with giant prawns. Winning combinations of flavors in Astrid's deserts, taken from all over South America, include (at times) sugared citrus rinds, carrot cake, and herb-flavored ice cream. The wine list also impresses.

Restaurant Information


Antonio Bellet 201, Santiago, 7500025, Chile

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Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.
  • Reservations essential

Updated 12/03/2014


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Jun 11, 2014

avoid Astrid y gaston

I'm used to travel a lot around the world, and I'm ver fond of quality reastaurants. That's why I wend to Astrid y gaston. Well, the food was terrible, almost unedible (avoid above all the "piqueo astrid y gaston"). I left half of my starter in the plate, as it was unedible, I suppose ribs were cooked a week before and than put into my dish, octopus was too hard that I couldn't take it off from the toothstick. Furthermore, even though I left the

half of the starter in the dish, no one asked me what's was wrong with the food left in the dish. Second point, the service...,the wine list is not updated at all, no correct vintage. Third point, I do not understand what had happened to our water...we drank just 2 glasses but in the check we found 3600 pesos for the water. And again, no one asked us if we would like more water. At last, but not least,I spend the night vomiting. I guess the problem was with the ribs, not fresh at all. We spent 79600 pesos. Avoid it.

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Mar 25, 2012

Astrid y Gaston Review

We were so looking forward to dining at this restaurant. We knew of it as its Peruvian restaurant had made the San Pellegrino's list top 50 restaurants'list and we had been to and enjoyed a number of restaurants on that list. I have to say it was probably the most disappointing dining experience this trip to South America. The food was average taste and presentation-wise. The salmon fish balls were nothing more than very dry fried fish in batter.

The worse part was the service and wait-staff: dour-faced throughout and consistently failed to notice our empty glasses. They did not happy to be there and did not seem to work together, each focussed solely on the tables to which they were assigned. Not a place I would recommend.

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Jun 1, 2010

Astrid y Gaston Review

I have traveled 28 countries in the past 5 years for both business and pleasure. I went to Santiago 3 years ago and my business partner treated me to Astrid y Gaston and can honestly say that this is the most talked about restaurant not only for its wonderful atmosphere, but its spectacular food! I will be visiting Santiago on vacation this fall and will be taking my friends and family with me to this amazing restaurant. When I was there I enjoyed

some Tuna from Easter Island along with some Chocolate Souffle. (and lots of Pisco sours and wine!) Astrid y Gaston goes down as my #1 restaurant experience in the world. (Try to get a seat up top in their wine cellar! - nice, cozy and private)

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Apr 6, 2008

I felt rushed

The food was excellent. The seabass was exquisite. However, the service was disappointing. The meal was not an event because the staff rushed every aspect of the experience. Walking in the front door to having the check placed in front of me took less than 30 minutes.

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Sep 1, 2007

Best food in Santiago

This restaurant is an absolute must- the food is innovative and delicious. Try the suckling pig or the rabbit, or really any of the seafood dishes are exceptional. If you only have one night in Santiago, this is the restaurant to try.

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