Cheap, diner food is served up by the veteran female cooks at this busy restaurant to eager blue-collar patrons, many sitting at the counter. Sandwiches—especially the lomita (slow-braised marinated pork loin and avocado, sauerkraut, mayo, and fresh tomatoes)—are monster-sized and require cutlery. It's a landmark. Order a schop (draft beer) to go with your lomita. There's a second location at Av. Libertador Bernardo O’Higgins 58.