Chile's cuisine reflects its topographical diversity. Tony not only samples this delicious cuisine but also does some exploring in this land of extremes.Go to Episode
Tony and Jorge finish their visit to Valparaiso with a drink at one of the old sailor bars located just off the port. Bar la Playa is full of locals and has been a fixture in the port for over 100 years.
Serrano, 567, Valparaiso, Chile
Donde el Gordito
Located in scenic Puerto Varas just blocks from the lake and volcanoes that make the region famous, Tony meets local friend Alfredo Sauss for a meal of sea bass, king crab and abalone.
San Bernardo #560, Puerto Varas, Chile
La Vega Central / La Vega Chica
The Vega Central and the Vega Chica are side-by-side markets in Santiago offering loads of fresh produce, meats, groceries and small counter-style eateries. Tony samples the different food stalls along the way.
Davila Baeza 700, Santiago, Chile
Tony and local friend Raoul Pinno go for lunch at the local cantina -- El Hoyo. Tony and Raoul order the drink special, Terremoto, white wine with pineapple sorbet; Pernil con Papas; and a roasted pork shoulder served with boiled potatoes.
San Vicente 357, Santiago, Chile
Cafe Caribe is one of the many cafe con piernas -- or coffee with legs -- located in Santiago. Customers are treated to delicious espresso drinks.
Calle Huerfanos, 945, Santiago, Chile
Tony and Jorge Sotomayor take the scenic route down the coastline starting in Concon. Their first stop is Las Deliciosas, famous for their homemade empanadas. Tony and Jorge sample the local specialty -- machas, Chilean razor clams.
Av. Borgono 25370, Concon 234000 Chile
Another Chilean must-have is the foot-long hot dog, or completo as they are known in Chile. At Sibaritico Jorge and Tony order completos with fresh avocado and homemade mayo.
5 Norte 147, Vina Del Mar, Chile