Nestled on the edge of Cerro Concepción, this popular restaurant has an amazing view from its black-and-white-tiled balcony. Vintage advertisements hang on the walls of the intimate dining room. A limited menu includes standards such as machas a la parmesana (razor clams with Parmesan) and ceviche, as well as several kinds of crepes and hearty Chilean sandwiches. An extensive wine list and cocktail selection make it a popular night spot, especially on weekends,
when there's live music.