If you're wandering the streets of Santiago and not sure if you want to face another sandwich or pile of food atop (or beside) fries, you might get to thinking about other cuisines. While international food is found all over the center, what you'll really find a lot of is sushi. But not all sushi (and Japanese food) is created equal. Here are some favorites, some more traditional and some with a South American flair (avocado and cream cheese show up quite alot here!), but all of them, oh-so tasty.
Baron Pierre De Coubertin 39
Santiago's oldest Japanese restaurant has a tasty menu and traditional seating, and is frequented by Japanese visitors to Santiago... read more
Santa Magdalena 34
In the region of the Providencia... read more
Dardignac 175, Barrio Bellavista
Sushi in the Bellavista district... read more