We hadn't read the reviews of this place before going - we were staying a few blocks around the corner, happened to pass it and thought the rustic, quaint and intimate decor was appealing. When we walked in, the staff didn't even glance in our direction (in this small restaurant where the 3 other occupied tables had finished eating) and it took us 5 awkward minutes to get noticed. My husband had the lamb, which was succulent - the carrots and mushrooms that came with it were very flavourful as well. I had the bife de chorizo, and asked for it medium (and I was not asked how I'd like it done, I had to point it out to our waitress). It came out well-done, dry and hard as rubber. I have never sent a meal back, but I did this time. It came back medium...but it was a different cut of beef (thinner, cheaper, less flavourful in my opinion) and tasteless - without the spices on the first one. The chef then hurriedly exited the restaurant, his work complete apparently. In addition, we were charged a 10% cubierto, though we never received any bread. We were told this was to use the olive oil, salt, pepper, etc...at the table. While this is standard practice in Argentina and we have been in the country a month experiencing it, we have never been charged cubierto without also receiving bread or some appetizer of some sort. It just seemed strange. The prices are reasonable however, and the wine list decent. Overall, a very average experience.
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