The sandwicheria where to try the traditional 'chivito' Uruguayan

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This restaurant located on Av. Tabancura has won the hearts of the diners for their incredible Uruguayan preparations.

Eight years ago the Uruguayan Javier Saul opened the sandwichería La Rambla to brighten up the palates of all those who like charrúas dishes, like his enviable milanesas, fried cakes and his chivitos.

The latter are the ones you can find in this place located on Av. Tabancura and reminiscent of the rambla that runs along the Río de la Plata, in Montevideo. The best? Up there you can go every day and sit on your comfortable terrace or ask for your house.

From your preparations, do not miss the award-winning "chivito canadiense" that has a tender beef steak, bacon, caramelized ham, mix of melted cheeses, red pepper, olive sevillanas, tomato and homemade soft-touch mayonnaise prepared in this restaurant ($ 8.200CLP).



You can order it in pan or mold and it will always be served with some crispy fries.
As mentioned above, another classic from Uruguay is the "milanesa" and in La Rambla they have an incredible steak sandwich of this preparation of beef marinated in egg, bread crumbs and more.

They will take it to the table (or to your home) in pan, together with hard boiled egg, lettuce, tomato and black olives. Eye, they also have pizzas and a la carte dishes, and some Fridays there is a DJ playing music from 8 PM.