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Our first evening in Buenos Aires and we needed somewhere close to our hotel for supper. This restaurant was recommended by our concierge. We were greeted by a very friendly young man who, despite his limited English and our non-existant Spanish, made us feel very...welcome. A word of warning - portions are not small! I opted for quesadillas which came with chips, salad, guacamole and a cream cheese - all absolutely delicious but enough for two! My husband’s salmon consisted of a very generous chunk of beautifully cooked fish with salad. For drinks we ordered sparkling water and a small bottle of house wine which was very good. The bill was unbelievably reasonable compared with what we’d have paid back home in England.More
We had some amazing empanadas for an appetizer, two nice bottles of house wine and we split a large and excellent porterhouse steak (el macho)with a platter full of trimmings. Everything was amazing, our server was friendly and spoke a bit of English.
The bill...was 1500 pesos, or around $25 USD. Doesn’t really seem right, but....a bargain at 10 times the price. Highly recommend, but if you want to see customers, wait til at least 8:30.More
Had dinner here first night in Buenos Aires as it was close to our accommodation. Tried the Asado mix and chicken and both were good options. Wait staff were friendly and quick (mostly Spanish speaking). Note that credit cards are not accepted, cash preferred.
By law in Argentina this restaurant should accept Debit Cards and it is also stated by them , but when you arrive there you are told NO CARDS... We left as it is not what we expected and I don't accept that sort of behaviour.
Food was poor quality meat. Tough beef. Slightly undercooked pork. Veggies seemed to be overlooked and oversmoked. Disappointing as my first restaurant in Argentina. Big proportions but who cares if the food is not good.
As part of a food walking tour, this was our empanadas stop. An authentic restaurant with good vibe and ambience. We enjoyed traditional empanadas from the north of Argentina, washed down with a delicious Sauvignon Blanc. Worth stopping by to sample to food.