I was stuffed to the gills but took a seat and a prawn treat at El Quim de la Boqueria in La Rambla.
Vaso de Oro feels like a local spot. It seemed to me that most eating there were locals on lunch.
Slightly spicy pork tacos from Tacos El Gordo. Help to set me right after a boozy afternoon/late night at the Peppermill next door.
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.
Another take on the Lomito Italiano at Panchito in Valparaiso.
Galindo is a laid back and casual spot to try out traditional Chilean food.
On my visit to this market my plan was to nosh on some seafood at one of the restaurants lining the exterior of the market.
For locals and tourists alike Fuente Alemana is the go-to for a sandwich lunch.
El Farolito is a must each time I visit San Francisco.
When I swing through San Francisco I have to grab a combination plate or the tacos especiales at this classic Mexican restaurant in the center of the Mission district.