A place for locals, off the beaten tourist track. The GPS function was helpful for finding it. We ordered the chefs special steak for two persons, which turned out to be more than enough for three non argentine men.Despite having been served beef essentially three meals a day for a week, the steak was a standout. We ordered empanadas, which were also very good, but will have to make a second trip for the pasta which looked homemade and excellent. The place fills up, so book or get there early. There clientele is a cross section of locals of all ages, groups and couples dining alone. When electrical panel fails, about every 45 minutes, nobody skips a beat and candles come out, which all seems very atmospheric. The service is very homey and attentive...we had an avuncular fellow who spoke no English, but we managed to communicate, and he was patient.
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