This was the best meal of my trip to Chile. I found it in El Rincon de Pancho which is on the second floor food court of El Mercado Cardonal.
A few shots from walks to the harbor and views I found around Valparaiso.
The place is cool. Decorated with busts of prehistoric animals and Jurassic-type vegetation.
Another take on the Lomito Italiano at Panchito in Valparaiso.
Valparaiso has it’s rough and more run-down areas but on just about any walk the colors of the city really shine.
Pictures were not allowed inside of Pablo Neruda’s hilltop estate but you could point and shoot at the views he once enjoyed.
Sweeping views with tasty dishes.
I was on my way to Empanadas Famosas when Guria caught my eye.
It’s a bit of a hike to get to the series of cemeteries at the top of Cerro Panteon but it is worth it.
I did not expect to see as much street art as I did in Valparaiso. The whole city is a canvas displaying the highest caliber of graffiti and murals.
When in Valparaiso stay here.
Galindo is a laid back and casual spot to try out traditional Chilean food.