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The Central Valley Restaurants

Pan Pan Vino Vino & Mistela

  • Chilean

Updated 12/31/1969

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This two-in-one restaurant duo about 6 km (4 mi) outside Santa Cruz in Cunaco has something for everyone at affordable prices. The original restaurant, Pan Pan Vino Vino, is set in the old bakery that once supplied the daily bread for the Cunaco Hacienda. The owners hope to rebuild the enormous, old brick oven, which was damaged in the 2010 earthquake. The kitchen focuses on turning local products into sophisticated fare, such as curried lamb stew, eggplant casserole

with polenta, and braised quail. The newer Mistela next door shares the same management, but offers typical Chilean dishes on the terrace in a more rustic setting. A delicatessen on the same site offers a range of local products, including cheeses, jams, and, inevitably, wine. OPEN FOR BUSINESS, REBUILDING OVEN,

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Restaurant Information


Camino San Fernando a Santa Cruz, Km 31 s/n, Cunaco, Chile



Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • May–Sept., no dinner Sun.–Thurs.

Updated 12/31/1969


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