The location is very convenient, with nice parking. The setup is of the traditional Argentine Parrilla, with local cypress furniture and an Argentine traditional "Gaucho" ambiance. The servers were polite and well trained, didn't miss a detail in our table. We were four adults and one child, and ordered from all the possibilities: Meat (Patagonia lamb or "Cordero Patagónico", and tenderloin steak with mustard sauce ("Bife de Lomo a la mostaza"), salad (which came with a deer cold cut), and pasta (Cheese and vegetables Ravioli). I personally had the lamb and I can say it was the best I ever had. Grilled to perfection in an open fire. Everybody else was equally satisfied. For dessert our son had the caramel crepe (Panqeque de Dulce de Leche). He couldn't finish it, so large and rich it was... he absolutely loved it!.
I strongly recommend it. Prices are in accordance to what you get, or better said, the prices are quite reasonable for a fantastic quality meal. Money well spent, really!