Fodor's Expert Review Restaurant Doña Paula
A century-old colonial building with thick adobe walls houses Viña Santa Rita's restaurant, which serves a three-course set menu at lunch; dishes might include tuna tartare or rib-eye. Beneath the exposed beams of the peaked wooden ceiling, the restaurant is decorated with old religious sculptures and portraits, including one of Paula Jaraquemada, who owned the land at the time of the revolution. For dessert, enjoy the house specialty, homemade flan.
Arrive in time to join the winery's noon tour so you're not rushing to make the 3 pm tour.
Camino Padre Hurtado 0695
Alto de Jahuel, Santiago Metropolitan 9500000, Chile
- Traditional décor
- Classic winery dining
- Minimum charge for lunch