This restaurant has standard Argentinean / Brazilian fare (good pasta, pizza, steak and fish), with a decent wine and cocktail selection. The food was pretty good - not outstanding - but it was centrally located with a curbside outdoor eating area, with classy decor and very good service.
Relative to other restaurants in Puerto Iguazu, this restaurant was pricy for the quality of food. We ate at a different restaurant around the block the next night and had an equally good meal for about half the price. Also, eating curbside in Iguazu has its disadvantages - young children without shoes wander the area at night selling trinkets and asking for food from your plate. Having visited Mendoza and Buenos Aires many times I was used to children selling stuff in restaurants in Argentina, but it broke my heart that they were asking for food in Iguazu... just shows how much the country is going downhill and how poor the folks in Iguazu really are (especially the native peoples that live in the area).
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