Santiago of Chile
Lican Ray (Meaning: Rock Rose)
It is obvious that Francisco Fuentes fell in love with this place when he bought it a few months ago. He likes to hang around and play domino and “cacho” when the young waiters are not busy. The first floor is ornamented with old photographs, posters, good books, and Chilean flags.
Tasty home made meals are offered a la carte or daily menus. Good young and inexpensive national wines. Don’t forget to taste our traditional “Terremoto”. What is it? Its white wine mixed with ice cream and pineapple juice, sweet, good for a hot day, just in case don’t over due it. This is a good place to find common people because the prices are according to the budget of regular workers. Remember that you don’t have to eat to stay in this cosy place, just have a drink, nobody minds.
I definitely encourage visitors to step in this Chilean Restaurant, located in a commercial arcade, hitting from the noisy streets of the down town area.
Address: Huérfanos N° 812, Local 15. (This is a Pedestrian Street.)
Phone Number: 02-6321416 02663141
Opens at 12:00, from Monday to Friday Friday. Closes at 08:00 p.m. aprox. From Monday to Thursday Fridays closes at 02:00 a.m. aprox.Prices: Daily Menus: $ 2.490 (US$ 5 aprox.), plus service service.
Includes: Soup or salad; main course; small soft drink; bread; “pebre”;desert and coffee.
Pisco Sour: $ 1.800 (US$ 3.5 aprox.)
Credit Cards are not accepted only pesos or dollars.
Food Offered: Fish, chicken, beef, salads, soups, etc.
“You must find out what terremoto, pebre, and cacho” are.