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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  • This picturesque place is highly recommended to visit, opposite the central market and prices at its restaurants ranging in the half of the market price. A mixture of colors is in their fruits, vegetables, cheeses, juices and everything in tirso de Molina is sold, in addition to the different cultures that coexist there, many workers and put Peruvians, Colombians, Dominicans and Haitians. The only downside of this is that he is losing in the tirso Chilean idiosyncrasy of yesteryear by the of these neighboring towns which are majority in that place. I recommend visiting it and always with great care since the sector is a little dangerous
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  • Before returning to the South, it is bound to move to the market to buy some rocotos and yellow pepper. Some chili paste and then go up to the second level to taste something of national and international cuisine. Rich food and very accessible to the Pocket.
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  • He went several times to the stick of pinilla, so when I had foreign visits of course I took them... called corn cake and is the worst thing I've eaten in life... dry, almost burned, less evil that visits had no reference of pastel de choclo. To pay delayed an eternity... perhaps come back to Tirso de Molina market, but not to pinilla rosewood.
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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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