Chile is a popular tourist destination, especially among those who enjoy tasty treats and generally exploring the cuisines of the various places they go to. If you’re visiting Chile, you should definitely set aside some time to indulge in the nation’s quite broad selection of foods and treats – and this is especially valid for those of you who enjoy spicier foods, as Chile is one of the most popular sources of such food in the world!
If you want to try out some of the more traditional meals, stay away from the central coast – this area is primarily populated by foreigners and thus offers mostly foreign cuisine and not so many traditional local meals. Still, the selection here can be quite tasty regardless, so you can still try them out a bit.
If you want to try out some of Chile’s traditional hot soups, stews and other spicy meals, you should head South – the cuisine in this area is primarily dominated by this type of food, so you should find yourself in a world of pleasure if you find the right places to eat here (and those right places are quite a lot too, so you shouldn’t have trouble with that).
If you go North, you can try out a lot of quality seafood – Chile is also known for its great variety in this regard as well, so give the places around here a visit. In general, a well-planned trip around the entire Chile can introduce you to most of its popular foods that are worth trying.