The menus here come on palettes with their own paintbrushes, alluding to the artistic leanings of the Casa Naranja (Orange House, for its orange exterior), as it's known. On offer are creations named for artists, such as the Da Vinci: black fettuccine (made with squid ink), tossed with squid, scallops, and prawns. Although it gets crowded, you can usually find an isolated table in the many little dining rooms, including one reached by a wrought-iron spiral staircase. A connected gallery showcases temporary exhibits of art and sculpture. This will be opening as the Altiplánico, a nice hotel sometime in 2014, keep an eye out for the next edition.
Santo Domingo 528, Santiago, Chile