Even though our food markets are filled with pristine Chilean produce, there are only a small number of Chilean restaurants in town. Yes, we have oodles of Argentine, Ecuadorian, and Peruvian places—but only a few Chilean. The best is Pomaire, an ancient Theater District spot with a predisposition for seafood. Sure, there are pan-roasted corvinas (the nation's favorite fish, in the bass family), seafood empanadas, ceviches, and crudos galore, but you can also enjoy the clay-pot cuisine of the Chilean Andes, including pastel de choclo (a corn and ground-beef pie) and the hearty chicken and meat stews known as cazuelas. 371 West 46th Street, 212-956-3055, pomairenyc.com (10036)

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371 W. 46th St.
New York NY 10036


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