A friend told us about this place in Santiago and it was great! Food is good, price is reasonable (Santiago is not a cheap city anyway) I'd visit again.
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A Peruvian favorite in Chile. No better chicken or service in Chile. Pardos Chicken in Miraflores, Lima, Peru is the standard and they are just as good.
Went here when we first got into Santiago for lunch. Was ok nothing to write home about but it was fine for a quick lunch. Chicken came with various coating to be honest the three of us had different coatings and there wasn't an awful lot of difference between them except the BBQ sauce that was plastered over one of... More
Decided to go there for early dinner on a sunny Saturday. Quick service -- although we ordered a pitcher of the Sangria only to be told they were out. Out?! Food came quickly -- nothing special lomo saltado and gallina aji. Mine was luke warm, my wife's was cold and they took back to kitchen. Most not have been hot... More
I've been visiting several times this restaurant while staying in Santiago. I've been there for the seafood. Seafood dishes are brief, but all of them worthless: salmon risotto, white fish, ceviche, squid, and a mix between red meat and shrimps. My favourite, the squid with black olives sauce. Average price is 10k chilean pesos. Wine for glass or bottle. I... More
OK food, average for Santiago, but there are many better options for chicken in the city. You know the place is not good when they don't have good wine to offer. .service was bad.. Not much else to say. Better options around....
This restaurant was packed and the food was delicious! There were lots of options on the menu. The Peruvian pisco sours pack a punch!
The food here is Peruvian or Peruano style. I had the grilled chicken with is a half chicken boned and grilled. It looked like a chicken breast which surprised me but was a whole boned chicken cut in half, white meat and dark meat. The flavor was great. The service as spotty and hard to get the server's attention.
My wife and I just moved to Santiago and were walking around the neighborhood looking for a place to eat when we stumbled across Pardo's. The service wasn't bad, but the food was very good. My wife had the Pollo Brasa (rotisserie chicken) with a caesar salad and I had the chicharrón de pollo with fries and a fried egg.... More