We will meet at Museo National de Bellas Artes at 10.30 am for a 40 minute walk through Parque Forestal and discovering some of the hidden secrets in the area en route to my home for fresh coffee/tea and home made sweet and savory pastries. We then head off for a gentle hours or so walk through Barrio Italia learning about its history and charm from antique restoration workshops to trendy design. local market and specialty shops. Drinks and lunch will be a relaxed affair in the garden enjoying many of Chile’s products combined with my passion for spices. A typical menu might be :- Tapas with sparking wine Chicken and courgettes meatballs with Chimichurri Shrimps with Harissa butter Sea salt and seed biscuits with Chilean cheeses and spiced chutney A shot of chilled avocado and smoked salmon soup The main event with red and white wine A trio of Chilean fish - salmon, sea bass and scallops with Chermoula Turmeric sauteed potatoes with roasted peppers Cafe gourmand With coffee mocha ice cream, chocolate mousse, meringue and oranges with Triple Sec At about 3.30 we will walk back to one of the local metro stations most convenient to take you to where you are staying
My name is Kevin and I am a”foodie” at heart and co founder of Santiago’s leading gourmet market. Although English I have lived in Santiago over 15 years and owned and managed successful restaurants for a number of years. I love nothing more that sharing my enthusiasm of cooking with some of Chile’s wonderful products served with a contemporary twist. Meanwhile you will enjoy our walk discovering the charm and delights of trendy “Barrio Italia.”
Morning pastries and a home cooked lunch using prime ingredients served with a contemporary twist. I am also happy to share…
You will enjoy quality Chilean red and white wines together with sparkling wine
You will discover some of the hidden gems in Parque Forestal and Bustamante together with the diversity of Barrio Italia.
Eataly in Barrio Italia