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Café Melba

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Breakfast is served all day at this storefront restaurant—something that's almost unheard of in Chile. If you're particularly hungry, order the Works—baked beans, mushrooms, sausage, and bacon. Drink it down with a caffè latte, served in a large white bowl. For lunch, there's a selection of hot dishes, quiches, salads, and sandwiches. The interior is open and airy, with wooden tables scattered about the wood-floored dining room. In warm weather, grab a seat on the covered patio in front. It closes around 7 pm on weekdays and 3:30 on weekends.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Don Carlos 2898, off Av. El Bosque Norte Las Condes, Santiago | Map It
  • Phone: 2/232–4546
  • Metro Tobalaba.
  • Location: Las Condes

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • No dinner.

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    Café Melba Review

    An excellent little gem of a place with a breezy atmosphere, relaxed attitude, attentive and friendly staff as well as excellent food. Especially attractive to the long term expat set, this restaurant serves gringo style breakfasts, that are superior to actual gringo breakfasts due to the lack of grease and good presentation. This place is a must if you seek some homey food, well prepared and cheerfully served. Menus available in English and Spanish.

    by Andre_Borges, 3/11/11

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