Housed in what was once a church rectory, this eatery is named for the iconic enclosed amusement park right next door. The theme of the shabby-chic decor is functional recycling but with creative, amusing twists: School desks, century-old park benches, an assortment of mismatched chairs, a gigantic chandelier made from beer bottles, and a staircase fashioned of crutches are just some of the ways familiar objects have been given a second life here. Meet your cholesterol quota for the month with the amazing shared appetizer pan de campo, a large round loaf of bread hollowed out and filled with melted cheese.
Recreating the restaurant, a unique Santiago experience
La Diana is housed in the cloisters of an old church next to a 1970’s arcade and they have mastered the art of up-cycling. Everything seems to have a past life from the corona bottle chandelier to the stairway maid of crutches the combination is a unique and authentic environment. There food is also good from casual pizzas to salmon dishes and more. A reservation is recommended.