You're in for a fine meal at this trendy yet relaxed eatery on Santiago's most prestigious shopping avenue. The menu changes regularly but leans toward fish—try the succulent mero, a white fish, or the shellfish risotto topped with a foam of fish stock. This is also one of the few places in town that serves wild game, such as venison ragout. Small and quiet, the restaurant is frequented by the wealthiest Chileans but is not overly pretentious. Set lunch is the steal here, for about 15,000 pesos. Dinner can be à la carte, or a tasting menu with wine pairings, which runs a hefty (but most say worth it) 48,000 pesos. The simple decor and uncluttered tables are designed to give pride of place to the outstanding food, served by unobtrusive waiters.