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First Review by tayjas

March 2013 - Edit

Nice relaxing place. A bit pricey, but worth it. The place was crowded during lunch on a Tuesday. Looks like the place for the local society-woman to meet. Great selections of veggie food. A soup, entree, desert, and a drink cost around $30.

Pros: Atmosphere, Upscale neighborhood , Menu selection

Cons: Bit expensive, Crowded


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"Would be competitive in Santa Monica California" - Edit

...is what my widely-traveled friend said about Quinoa.

The menu seemed to be fully vegetarian, although it included a lot of dairy. Service was friendly and efficient, even when it was busy, or when i dawdled for some time in the mid-afternoon. I would guess that many of the patrons were house-wives from the surrounding well-to-do neighbourhood. The atmosphere is bright, modern, and airy.
Apparently Quinoa was launched by the daughter of the owner of "El Heurte" the classic, long-thriving vegetarian restaurant in Providencia.
It's the first place i will head to eat the next time i am in Santiago.
Updated from previous review on Thursday December 27, 2012

Pros: bright atmosphere, light, fine cooking

Cons: far from down-town


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