San Pablo, Santiago, Región Metropolitana, Chile
Typical fish market with a good array of fish restaurants. Lots of selections to include South American King crab and other shell crustaceans . Market is well ventilated to eliminate the heavy fish stench. Busy afternoons till 1700, not so much in the evenings. Great fish preparation, lots of competition. Good fish prices per platter. Roving musicians.
A long-established shop full of local life, you can find it along the streets outside the Central Market. The store has an area of about 100 square meters, and guests can stand on the window sill and on the central countertop of the room. When there are many guests, the store is crowded. The shop serves several snacks, coffee and juices. The freshly baked snacks are full of heat and taste good. What's interesting is that the window for selling the checkout counter is small, you can only reach in one hand to pay and get back the shopping ticket.
Pretty decent. The food stalls are hit or miss. If you've got an airbnb, be sure to grab something tasty to make at home.
Reasonable. Don't waste much of your time here. There is excessive harassment of tourists that is annoying. It is impossible to walk 5m without someone approaching you to enter a bar or restaurant. Annoying. The place is also very dirty and inhabited by pigeons. However, it is a very beautiful and well maintained building. The value of products and services is far more expensive than average.
Was a bad experience. Everywhere there's people forcing you to enter their stores and won't give a moment's peace. Would preferably not go there again