My name is Oty and I am a collective life insurance executive.
We have two daughters, Lya (12) and Cony (9) years old (in 2005).
We greatly enjoy varied national and international company and the exchange of ideas and cultures that tends to result.
What better way to break the ice then joining us around the dinner table and get to know Chile as well as its customs while enjoying a home made meal.
Please contact us if you and your friends or family would like to join us.
Being such a long country stretched over a variety of landscapes and climate zones, Chile has a large range of local food and drink.
Due to its immense coastline bordering the pacific ocean, seafood is an obvious highlight in the chilean cuisine and lets not forget its world renowed wines.
(if you are looking for something special just let us know)
Apetizers: Pisco Sour, Wine and meat empanadas
Creamy corn pie with meat (casserole) or
Seafood lasagna or
Fish with shrimp and seafood sauce
Mousse of Lucuma
Wine - soft drinks
Coffee, tea and herbal tea
Transport within Santiago is included and prices range from US$40 to US$50 each
You will have an unforgettable experience......
Below are some of the ingredients and dishes we provide.
Chilean food should not be confused with the spicy dishes common in Mexico. Unlike Mexican meals, the hot chili is not too frequent in Chile.
Pastel de choclo
a typical chilean summer dish. Ground corn and meat, chopped onions small pieces of chicken, pieces of hard boiled egg, olive raisins - baked in clay or regular oven. Similar to a shepherd pie.
Empanada de pino - typical turnover filled with diced meat, onions, olive, raisins and a piece of hard-boiled egg, baked in earthen or plain oven.
Empanada de queso - typical turnover filled with cheese.
A native type of eggfruit with a soft and very pleasant taste as well as being high in nutritious value, most commonly used in deserts and ice-creams
Machas (pink clams)
One of chile's many "sea fruits".
Pebre(Chilean pesto-like hot sauce)
A spicy side dish common on the chilean dining table.
What can we say? tasty, healthy, wel known and used extensively in the chilean kitchen.
Plain, in salads, as a dressing or in souces and other side-dishes.
Pie de Limon (lemon pie)
Rich and sweet, a great way to end a dinner
246 Rafael Cañas Street (1st. and 3rd.floor)
near Metro Salvador Station
Providencia Santiago of Chile
Tel/fax: (+56) 2 2643318 (office) or on our mobiles: (+56) 9 3180893 / (+56) 9 9990539 Email
Rafael Cañas Street is located perpendicular to Providencia
Avenue (one of the main and most beautifull avenues in Santiago)
between two Metro (or subway) stations: "Metro Salvador"
and "Metro Manuel Montt".
So when you arrive at the airport, you only need to ask for
the Transfer mini-buses and you show this address to the driver
... and they will bring you here.
Once you arrive here ring "Piso 1 or Piso 3"
(246 is the number of the building)...
Also at the airport just when arriving at SERNATUR office
there (tourist information service), you can ask for one FREE
map from Santiago or CHILE and they also can show you where
the Rafael Cañas Street is located.