August 30, 2005
You get your choice of items within the menu--our menu consisted of an aperitif (Pisco sours), shrimp cocktail, choice of chicken, beef or fish entrée, glass of wine, dessert, and coffee or soda. The food wasn't great, but it was decent.
The Latin dance floor attracted a more well-dressed crowd and people who really came to dance. The other dance floor was a younger casual crowd. This is a place to have fun and cut up the dance floor. It seems like they are not unaccustomed to tourists either. I recommend it, especially if you like to dance.
From journal More time in Santiago, Chile