Been in Argentina for three years now as a 'tourist' and proably eaten my fair share of asados, steaks and traditional food in restaurants all over the country. Must say that this was one very pleasent evening. Me and my GF have passed this resturant when it been closed and put it on our list as a restaurant to try out. We ate here on a not so busy wednesday and were attended by both persons working on the floor this evening. With a smile.
We both chosed the lomo, one with mustard and the other with blue cheese. The meat was cooked to perfection, just as we wanted and very tender. Despite being spoiled with good meat in many places this was in the top category. The blue cheese was for once not labeled as Roquefort as so often in Argentina. Therefor I let it pass as OK. But with some REAL roquefort with more power this sauce would be just great to the good meat. The food was enough and we didn't need any postre this time, only a coffee and also here: thanks for a espresso in a heated cup with just the right creama.
The evening was completed with one of the servants who sang and played the guitar. Wow, what a talent and what a voice! A few songs and back to serve the guests for a little while. Then back for a few songs more. This created a familiar atmosphere and really tied the evening together. When the bill landed we were pleasantly surprised, good value for money!
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