This restaurant, with a view over the Parque Bicentenario, is a bit out of the way but well worth the trip for a leisurely lunch or, on a summer evening, a perfect and generous-size pisco sour as the sun sets between the hills. The restaurant's design, with a roof supported on large boulders, makes the best of its setting, and the eclectic menu brings together some of the best of Chilean and Peruvian cuisine. With an emphasis on fish, the menu also offers some great meat
dishes such as plateada, a slow-cooked cut of beef on a bed of mashed potatoes and basil. Reserve a table with their online reservation service, or call if you specifically want an outdoor table, but be warned that temperatures drop at night even in summer.