Would have had a better experience had our tour promoted it as an evening out. It was promoted late in the AM tour for lunch on the day of our big evening dinner. It's obvious as you enter what their specialty is. If you're not up for meat, it's pointless. It is local cuisine at gourmet prices. Had I known that I wouldn't have been disappointed at the size of my big salad. Costanza is lucky he didn't pay for Elaine's salad here. The only item I found to maintain its humbleness here is the empanada. Seems to be sacred throughout BA. They were very good here.
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