Chef Rodolfo Guzmán brings the finest Chilean resources to the table, from local fishermen and butchers, to working with the finest Chilean vineyards to pair his courses exceptionally. He has become renowned for his experimentation with food, using local ingredients and indigenous plants, and recreating ancient Patagonian ancestral techniques and recipes. Boragó ranked fourth in Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants in 2016, so treat yourself to a sublime evening of dining out.
Bocanariz has been consistently lauded by Wine Spectator for having one of the finest wine lists in the world, with nearly 400 varieties. Designed to showcase Chilean wine, Bocanariz tempts us with its unique collection of regional wines, from internationally renowned vineyards to smaller artisan and family run bodegas. Each of the 40 dishes on the menu can be paired perfectly with one of the many bottles in its cellar.
Located among the greenery of Forestal Park and adjacent to the National Museum of Bellas Artes, Castillo Forestal is found in an old romantic castle. Dining here is a particularly memorable experience – the menu combines French and Chilean cuisines and is slow-cooked to ensure the succulent flavours. Dishes include their local famed French pastries, sandwiches, and a variety of fish-based recipes, such as crab ceviche.
Chile is world-famous for its meat-based gastronomy, and thus here is where you can find mouth watering dishes. Ox is the place to go to enjoy succulent and flavoursome beef steaks made from top quality meat. What’s more, the wine list boasts over 150 varieties, which complement the tempting meat menu. Ox also offers a variety of fish dishes for a lighter meal.
Ox, 3960 Nueva Constanera, Vitacura, Santiago, Chile, +56 2 2799 0260
Fancy a real Italian pizza? Then this is the place to go. The head chef was born and bred making pizzas in Naples and he hasn’t lost his touch since moving to Chile. With the crisp base and traditional as well as artesanal toppings, what’s not to like? You can also choose between a range of pastas and salads, but you really must have the tiramisú for dessert.
La Finestra, Avenida Irarrazaval 3465, Santiago, Chile, +56 2 2205 4502