Café Forestal, Santiago Centro

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SANTIAGO | Located across the road from Santiago’s Parque Forestal, Café Forestal is a small cafe the specialises in fantastic coffee and tasty food.

Coffee beans are ethically sourced, with a variety of roasts used in the varying coffee drinks available. The espresso, and espresso based coffees are particularly good at Cafe Forestal, and there’s a variety of milk options available for those who don’t want cow’s milk. And for those who want something not espresso based, there’s also Aeropress and V60 available. The cafe also serves a fantastic juice, Tamaya. It’s a grape juice made in Chile’s north using grapes that are normally reserved for wine. Very tasty stuff.

For food, the cafe sells an assortment of pastries, cakes, sandwiches, and salads. There’s quite a few vegetarian and vegan options on the food menu too, for those looking for a meat free feed.

Café Forestal

Ismael Valdés Vergara 490
Santiago
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 9 9420 3153
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sun: 10:00am to 8:00pm

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