The place has fame for being “authentic” and serving a great terremoto. Probably both is true, but visiting I wasn’t sure how this place differed from probably dozens of similar places in Santiago.
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Really enjoyed my business trip to Chile while being pointed to this nice little local pub. You should do not miss to drink a Terremoto here and enjoying musicians playing local music. Thank you for adding one more adorable moment to my life.
After all the hype, I thought this place was ok. Wasn't what I expected after the reviews I read. The bartender was very friendly and made a great drink- the Terremoto. The clientele all seemed to be locals with a few tourists here and there....More
The place to get a Terremoto which consists of a sweet wine served over pineapple ice cream with some added syrup (choice of three flavours). Very sweet, and very potent, and is reminiscent of an ice cream float (or spider). The place is tucked away...More
We made a 30 minute stop here to soak up the local culture and have their specialty drink. It was midday and not yet crowded. There is plenty of beer available, but you need to try what is called an "earthquake." Do not have more...More
Locals recommended this place. Nothing fancy and I didn't try the food, only had the Terremoto drink - cheap wine + ice cream + grenadine. Order at the bar for faster service
La piojera is the best typical place in chile for a terremoto but just that... I don't recommend to eat it is to dirty... but unfortunately I asked to buy a t-shirt as a souvenirs they offer me right a way tshirt to sell!! After...More