A 1990s immigration wave led to a Peruvian-restaurant boom in Chile that continues today, with places for every price range. D’leite nails the important “three B” position, meaning it’s bueno, bonito y barato (essentially, cheap and cheerful). On the menu are 12 types of salchipapas, or french fries slathered with different toppings such as chicken, beef, bacon, and tomatoes, all fattening, all tasty. Also on offer is ceviche, a typical raw seafood cocktail marinated in lime and served cold. Not least of all, you’ll see Peruvians here—always a good sign. For a quieter meal, choose a table on the second floor.