Founded in 1938, this restaurant, which now has two branches, is one of the oldest in Pomaire and serves excellent Chilean food. If you're hungry try the pernil de chancho (leg of pork)—it's succulent and fit for an army. This is also a good place to try one of the national staples such as pastel de choclo—a delicious concoction of minced beef, chicken, olives, and boiled egg, topped with a creamy layer of mashed corn. The branch on San Antonio is quieter and
prettier; on a hot day, arrive early to get a table in the shady garden at the back.
San Antonio 179, Pomaire, Chile