Nice restaurant, but i agree with others reviews...good food, but nothing so excellent. And the prices are a little expensive by the offered.
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Is not easy to find a restaurant open on a Sunday in Santiago. My friends and I went to Due Torri by recommendation of the concierge of our hotel. We had a good meal. We all had pasta and the fettuccine with centojas was very...More
This is one of the best restaurant in town for Pasta. Very good food. A big range of option in a great familiar environment. Is very easy to park for free, which is not a small issue nowadays. Prices are slightly high.
If you want to try traditional type of Italian starters, this is where you should go. We enjoyed their starters, antipasti (you can chose 3 different sizes of plates and you help yourself just one time). Also their 3 different types of risotto were very...More
Had a nice Italian lunch outdoors. Despite the language barrier, the staff was able to be extremely helpful and had a good knowledge of what was on the menu. Food was also good.
Had a business lunch here, ate the gambas with ravioli , which was fresh, excellent and very tasty. We had a couple of starters, Mozzarella and tomatoes which was wolfed down by my guests and Prosciutto with melon. We had four main courses, a few...More
classic Italian restaurant - good seafood and pastas with nice wines and good service - but nothing outstanding about it.
Traditionally one of the best in town. Mostly italian food, a good choice of local (and therefore very fresh) fish and sea food. An exceptionally good service. Do not forget a traditional chilean aperitive: pisco sauer (a traditional, which is milder or a peruvian, much...More
This place came recommended by our hotel. It came as a major disappointment. First the food. I ordered a seafood risotto. The whole dish was way over cooked. It was almost a soup. Impossible to eat. Second the staff practice. I always get my party...More