Boragó I hadn’t particularly meant for this trip to feature quite so much fine dining, but when I accidentally stumbled upon Restaurant Tim Raue in Berlin, the game of trying to explore some of his fellow members of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants was afoot. After the sublime Attica, the bar was set pretty high …

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99

99 Bistronomy was not a word with which I was overly familiar so when I read that Santiago’s 99 was at the forefront of whatever the thing was, I felt I should investigate. Disappointingly it seems to simply be another word for casual fine dining which seems a perfectly acceptable and clear term without crashing …

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Les Dix Vins My friend and regular guest quester Frances had been in Santiago just the week before, so had some fresh recommendations for me, the first of which was Les Dix Vins. It was a quiet Monday evening so the comfortable confines of this stylish wine bar were very welcome. And after a fairly …

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Peumayen After the previous day’s amble around the city, including some splendid photos of the mountains that encircle it, I slept late and generally tried to give my body the opportunity I should have afforded it to recover after the lengthy flight from New Zealand. I had lunch booked at Peumayen and decided to relax …

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Liguria

Liguria Santiago! I had foolishly decided to meet jetlag head on with an early morning stroll up Cerro San Cristobal, Santiago’s equivalent of Arthur’s Seat. Due to my own incompetence coupled with Google Maps changing its mind on routes, this had been rather steeper and longer than expected meaning I’d walked 20km at fuck knows …

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