This restaurant—by far the best place in Santiago to eat seafood—burned down in 2008. The good news is that the owner, chef "Coco" Pacheco, is rebuilding it in the same place, and it should be open by the time you read this. With Pacheco still in place, it is poised to reemerge as the city's best fish restaurant. The new building will retain the intimacy of the former old house, with its separate, individually decorated small dining rooms. Traditional specialties,
like grilled corvina (sea bass), will still be on the menu, although new "more modern" concoctions are also promised.
La Concepción 236, Santiago, Chile