La Casa Vieja
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Delicious Chilean cuisine, in an ideal place to go as a family, where you can find national preparations for all tastes. The Old House (Vitacura) is a restaurant with simple, simple food, and without pretensions that serve tasty Chilean cuisine.
The favorite dishes are the Baked Plate, the Creole Loin, the Conger Morron, the Smoked Rib, the Casa Vieja Steak, and the Neapolitan Escalopa. The desserts also stand out, such as Flan and Mote con Huesillo.
The simple and traditional atmosphere and pleasant attention are two essential components of this classic and prestigious family restaurant. In Chile, the restaurant La Casa Vieja Bellavista is located, more exactly in Antonia López de Bello 53, a Bohemian sector, very close to Pio Nono.
This place is part of the three Casa Vieja restaurants that since its beginnings, in 1982, offers Creole food and delicious Chilean dishes that, accompanied by great service, make each visitor feel at home. Through the enclosure daily, one after the other, dishes like pork legs, casseroles, empanadas, plated, the rolled, fried conger, and many others, that finally reach the tables of the guests and begin to be enjoyed from their envelopes aromas to a feast of exquisite Chilean flavor.
Today, after 32 years, La Casa Vieja continues to innovate in recipes and expanding the offer with the sole objective of satisfying its customers as always and, why not, those new lovers of Chilean cuisine who come seeking to delight their palates with the most delicious traditional dishes that carry that picturesque national touch.
There is no excuse to not feel satisfied with the menu, because it offers a variety of dishes in each of its categories. These have an extensive offer in appetizers, appetizers, dishes of the house, grill, fish, aggregates and bajativos. The invitation is open for all visitors to begin to make part of the history of La Casa Vieja Bellavista.
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