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SANTIAGO | Family run Aquí Está Coco, in Santiago’s Providencia neighbourhood, has been operating since 1973 when Jorge ‘Coco’ Pacheco first opened it. A fire destroyed the original restaurant in 2008, which reopened in 2010 as the first sustainable restaurant in Chile, using 40% sustainable materials in its construction and fit-out.

From the freshness of the seafood to the small details, like place mats and coasters made from fish scales, the restaurant’s focus on nature and sustainability is evident. What’s also evident is that the restaurant reflect its owner’s fun and quirky personality. Seafaring trinkets dot the venue, and themed dining spaces, including one that uses a boat as a dining table, add to the uniqueness of the space.

Seafood is the focus of the menu at Aquí Está Coco, and the menu is full of tasty, simple Chilean and Peruvian dishes that showcase the country’s bountiful harvest. The 4 season tiradito is a great way to start – four kinds of raw fish served in four different sauces. Also delicious is the calamari saltado. A riff on the popular dish lomo saltado that replaces thin strips of stir fried steak with deep fried calamari. It’s served with chips and lightly sauteed tomatoes and onions. Also recommended is charquican, a Chilean stew of sea urchin, octopus, king crab, and swordfish.

For drinks, the restaurant features and impressive wine selection with a focus on Chilean wines, both traditional and minimal intervention. For non-wine drinkers there’s also spirits, cocktails, beer, and of course, pisco.

English menus are available, and all staff are bilingual, speaking both Spanish and English.

Aquí Está Coco

La Concepción 236
Providencia
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 2 2410 6200
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Fri: 1:00pm to 3:00pm; 7:00pm to 11:00pm
Sat: 8:00pm to 11:00pm

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