Restaurants in Chile
Since 1984, porteños have come for the filling German specialties at this downtown institution. It starts dishing out pork and sauerkraut, potatoes with rollmops (herring-encased pickles), and goulash with noodles at 9 a.m.
The local favorite centers on a crackling bonfire. Try the lomo a lo pobre, a traditional Chilean dish of grilled beef served with crispy French fries, sautéed onions, and a pair of fried eggs.