El Arbol

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )
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Huelen 74, Providencia, Santiago, Chile

Vegetarian and mostly organic cafe and shop. The shop and kitchen is on the first floor, and the cafe is on the second floor. Inexpensive set meal with bread, soup, dish, juice, and dessert are available 12:30-3pm. The menu itself offers sandwiches, salads, and simple main dishes. Relaxed atmosphere, decoration of wood and mud-like walls. Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Fri 10:00am-9:00pm, Sat 10:00am-5:00pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Organic, Juice bar, Catering, Chilean, Latin American

8 Reviews

First Review by Mamacita-chiquita

Amazing hosting - Edit

We have been not long ago and it was really good experience!good food , good people! Beautiful places and yuca chips was de best ;-)
, הציפס יוקה היה מגניב וטעים !אחלה אוכל !מיוחד וטעים

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again - Edit

Being in santiago you (I mean i)
Have to come here at least once
This is the best and close to the hotels I normally stay
Just came and try

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Lovely - Edit

We went for dinner at Arbol and were really happy we did!
Firstly there is a little shop front on the first floor where you can buy all kinds of vegan goodies, from desserts to vegan cheese and sausages. Get the vegan alfajor- it's a delicious little treat.
The restaurant is on the second floor and is a very cosy place. They have loads of vegan food on the menu and even alcoholic cocktails. The food was very delicious and not too expensive.

Pros: Cheap, Delicious, Good service

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Fresh, filling food - Edit

I was going to get the soup of the day and a main dish, since veg*n restaurants often tend to serve portions on the smaller side of filling, but they had no soup (or empanadas) yesterday when I went.

Instead I had a tofu salad (with extra goat cheese), which turned out to be big enough to be a full meal in itself! Deliciously fresh salad with scrumptious, marinated tofu. Was really good. The cheese (and the tofu) could have come in smaller cubes, but it's not like I don't know how to use a knife…

They didn't charge for the water (regular tap water, as opposed to bottled, which they do charge for).

About 5,500 CHP (around 8 USD) isn't cheap for a salad in Chile, but it isn't bad for a whole meal, which this salad was.

Pros: Fresh food, great tofu and goat cheese

Cons: Not cheap, some items unavailable

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they also have beer! :) - Edit

Good atmosphere and good quality food, friendly staff, and yummy juices! Try the melon with mint:)
I was told they even do the pizzas as a vegan option now with VioLife, but I haven't tried (yet).
And did I mention they have beer as well?

Pros: nice sandwiches, beer, location

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freshest food! - Edit

The food here is so fresh! We have eaten here everyday so far. There are so many vegan options and large portions.

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Amazing food - Edit

The food at El Arbol is absolutely brillant (I had the tofu and chutney as a manin and the crumble as dessert) it was a very welcome surprise after travelling in South America for 4 months as a vegetarian. The only reason I didn`t award it top marks is because I requested at least three things from the menu that they didn`t have in stock. I would recommend this to anyone but have an alternative dish choice from the one you request in case they don`t have it.

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muy rico - Edit

After days of wandering hungry through Santiago we finally got to "El Arbol". Thanks God. Eating vegetarian in Santiago can be quite a challenge so when we finally got to this cosy restaurant we were received very friendly and had a wonderful vegetarian lunch. Starting with a creamy vegetable soup and then a pretty big piece of quiche accompanied by fresh organic salad and avocado. We also had a "Hamburger" which was very tasty.
Very nice place to eat, not so expensive. Will definetly go there again

Pros: healthy, yummie, cosy

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