Located in a quiet courtyard inside a modest building is Colmado, a gastronimical creation brought to life by Spanish chef Manolo Aznar and designer Ina Olavarria. Colmado welcomes locals and tourists who are in search for an excellent cup of coffee: with its wide selection of coffees and numerous preparation methods, every coffee cup can be carefully prepared to each individual’s taste. Take a look at the wonderful food menu, which offers delightful goodies, some of which are even suitable for vegans and coeliacs.
What to look out for: Sandwiches with Spanish ham
Opening times: Mon – Fri: 9 am – 9 pm; Sat-Sun 10 am – 9 pm
Café Triciclo was once a mobile café on plaza Perú, but has since opened up shop on Avenue Italia. Café Triciclo produces a range of locally-roasted coffees, all of them hot and aromatic and perfect for cool autumn days. Because of this little café’s success in coffees, they have now added teas to their menu.
What to look out for: Their specialty pour-over coffee
Opening times: Tuesday – Friday 10 am to 8 pm and Saturday – Sunday 11 am to 8 pm
Faustina is a café with heavy European influences, especially from Italy. When it comes to coffee, the bartenders at Faustina know what is best. The coffee which is brewed at this Italian café is either locally-roasted or imported from Italy, and always aromatic and perfectly flavorful. The menu offers other European culinary delights, bringing the flavors of the Continent to Santiago. Enjoy a fantastic blend of flavors in this comfortable and welcoming café, which offers seating inside as well as out.
What to look out for: The colorful French macaroons
Opening times: Mon – Fri 8 am – 8 pm ; Sat 10 am – 2 pm
Faustina, Andrés Bello 2177, Providencia, Santiago, Chile, +56 2 244 2129