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Mercado Central de Santiago
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Fresh fish, vegetables and many typical fish restaurants. The market itself was built originally by the architect of The Eiffel Tower: engineer Gustave Eiffel
Classic market, a interesting building and typical sea food. Also you can buy fruits and vegetables.
Very busy place with a lot of options for you to eat fish and famous chilean seafood. Little expensive but very worth it!
Santiago's wrought-iron fish market is a classic for seafood lunches (and hangover-curing fish stews like the tomato- and potato-based caldillo de congrio, Pablo Neruda's favorite). Skip the touristy restaurants in the middle and head for one of the tiny low-key stalls around the market's periphery.
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