I really enjoyed the very interesting and intense new tastes, especially since many things in Buenos Aires are a little stale for me. Things just aren't spiced as well as I am accustomed to.
I had 3 of the "ceviches" and they were very intense in taste. Not something I'd want everyday but definitely worth having tried. Then some form of sushi that was resemblant of california rolls, however fried. It was excellent and I really enjoyed it. Then the Lomo Teriaki (I think that's what it was called) with the fried mushrooms as a side and the chocolate mousse as a desert.
The food was great, the place was really loud and dark though and at those prices you'd expect them to bring you new (disposable) chop sticks for each course!
Due to the atmosphere I'd recommend this place for a date if you don't want to talk too much;)
I just realised that I was at the Osaka in Puerto Madero, not Palermo.
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