Mercado Tirso de Molina, Santiago
(3.6/5 based on 120 reviews on the web)
Enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at Mercado Tirso de Molina, an inviting no-frills market selling a wide variety of goods. The market attracts locals from all walks of life, so visiting gives you the chance to observe a cross section of traditional Chilean society. Head downstairs for stalls selling fresh fruit, nuts, sundries, and a wide array of handicraft souvenirs. Upstairs is a massive selection of traditional food stalls, from customizable salads and soups to delicious fresh-squeezed juice. Plan your Mercado Tirso de Molina visit and explore what else you can see and do in Santiago using our Santiago travel itinerary maker.
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  • If you want to know varieties of cuisines, this is ideal, it is a cultural blend of different dishes and flavors, where you can find typical Chilean dishes, Peruvian dishes and try Thai food. Prices are low and the quality of the food is very good. Eye, many waiters you will want to take to their premises, you must give you time choose with confidence and sit in the place that you like to ti.
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  • Kitchen Chilean, Colombian or Peruvian election. Ceviche or soup gift as input. We ate Colombian steak and a Pippin with patacones with large glasses of lulo. $14,000 for both of us. Very rich cuisine, strong dishes, perfect care of the Sra Martha and his colleague who I I wipe a macha my shirt! US residents received a huge quarterback fished, Octopus, mussels... And a whole crab leg! Never saw a quarterback so strongly. A detail, the Mapocho side tables should be renewed and a little more large :-) Before lunch, you can not go in this place without visiting the Vega and some of the surrounding streets with their traditional shops, full of life, the life of the deep Santiago. I like the Vega, its people, its life! Access: Meters lime and singing or Board of Trustees. Auto, Costanera Norte, Recoleta output.
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  • It is a market next to La Vega in Santiago, has variety of Chilean, Peruvian, and Colombian food. I recommend you go with cash because very few locals have credit card option. The dishes are abundant
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  • Great place to have a traditional meal
  • Mercado típico, aquí podrás encontrar frutas, verduras, quesos, jugos naturales, abarrotes y una amplia variedad de cocinerías en su segundo piso.
  • Good cheap food
  • Peruvian, Colombian , Mexican & Thai food for very affordable prices, just visit the second floor.
  • Pleasant atmosphere, lack of security, cleanliness and order. The best care is the second Paola garzona level close to the pergola restaurant Carmen, they recommend.
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