A favorite with Chilean politicians, journalists from the nearby television stations, and, on Sundays, local families, this restaurant serves both homemade pasta—the spinach and ricotta ravioli served with butter and sage is excellent—and traditional Chilean fare such as pastel de choclo (beef and corn casserole). Its main attraction, however, is its tranquil tree-shaded setting at the base of the San Cristóbal hill. This is a good place to go with children;
they can play safely outside while the adults linger over their meal. The restaurant offers kids' meals for 6,000 pesos.