Fuego Bendito | Curicó, Chile [Patrick Hieger]
Maribérico | Santiago, Chile [Patrick Hieger]
El Ajibe | Santa Cruz, Bolivia [Patrick Hieger]
By Patrick Hieger
[Raquel Cunha / Folhapress]
Restaurateurs around the city serving everything from empanadas to sushi are starting to clash with their customers over not simply having a fork and knife, but whether they’re even available. Both have very clear opinions, to a point where customers are leaving if they can’t have their utensils.. Chefs are arguing that eating with your hands is more of an experience. Picky customers don’t seem to care. And this just as São Paulo is undergoing a huge street food boom.
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El Secreto | Curicó, Chile [Patrick Hieger]
Jardín De Asia | Santa Cruz, Bolivia [Patrick Hieger]
[photo: Allie Lazar]
The Singular | Santiago, Chile [Patrick Hieger]