Any city worth its salt has a signature sandwich. New York has pastrami on rye, New Orleans has the Po'boy, and Santiago, Chile, has the Chacarero: a stout roll piled high with grilled meat, sliced tomatoes, avocado or dollop of mayo, and green chili sauce, topped with julienned green beans. See our Chacarero guide to Santiago.

On the Chacarero Trail: Where to Eat Santiago's Favorite Sandwich

Any city worth its salt has a signature sandwich. New York has pastrami on rye, New Orleans has the Po'boy, and Santiago, Chile, has the Chacarero: a stout roll piled high with grilled meat, sliced tomatoes, avocado or dollop of mayo, and green chili sauce, topped with julienned green beans. See our Chacarero guide to Santiago.


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