Carolina Bazán Bañados – coming from a traveled and foodie background Carolina chose to devote herself to gastronomy. In 2003 after finishing her studies in Chile, with her family she opened the first Ambrosia downtown in Santiago. In between she staged in Perú, Brasil, Italy and finally and more compromised in 2011 she spent one year studying in Paris and then learning from chef Gregory Marchand in Frenchie Restaurant.
Back in Chile, in 2012, Carolina and her partner, sommelier Rosario Onetto, began the first Hidden Kitchen movement in Santiago, which finally led to Ambrosia’s new location and new concept. The result is a modern family Bistro, outside of the classic gastronomic circuit, where fresh market products leads a menu that changes daily according to what’s in season.
The goal is to give an amazing dinning experience, showing not only good food but also fresh, seasonal ingredients paired with a grand variety of wines, and music, and good old hospitality. In 2017, Carolina and Rosario opened their own Ambrosia Bistro, located downtown with a very hip vibe, but maintaining the idea of working a seasonal menu, simple, but focusing on very tasty food.
Welcome to the new Bistronomy in Santiago.
Pamplona 78 Vitacura,