Opened by chef Gastón Acuria (also of Astrid y Gastón) this restaurant serves a wide range of Peruvian-style fish dishes, but its specialty is ceviche—it has seven different varieties that you can eat at a special bar as well as the tables. The restaurant, which also has branches in other Latin American capitals and in San Francisco, California, may be right on a busy street, but you feel as if you were by the sea, an effect skillfully conjured by its airiness, turquoise
chairs and, above all, the terrace's white canvas roof, mounted on poles and mimicking the sails of a boat. The pisco sours are among the best you'll find in Santiago.
Nueva Costanera 3922, Santiago, 7630299 Vitacura, Chile