The restaurant has the feel of being in an historic dining room. The building is fabulous, the furniture "Victorian", the decor is sophisticated.
The menu is not large, 6 choices for main course. I had bife de lomo con hongas, beautifully cooked prime fillet steak with mushrooms and spinach. The meat was cooked al punto, just as I had asked. Perfect.
For dessert my friend had volcon de chocolate ( I was v.jealous, it looked wonderful!). I had a passion and chocolate mousse which was v.tasty but not presented as well as the volcan,
With wine it cost 160 peso each. There was no rush, they clearly expected out table to be occupied all evening (unlike some of the more touristy restaurants in BA).
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