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First time at La Pampa although I live close by... It is a shame I did not go earlier! Great starters, great meat and great and fun service, everything at a very fair price.
A must go if you are for -argentinian style- meat in...More
This restaurant has fairly simple but delicious food with plenty of flavour. The premises are "traditional" in that they look as if they date from the late 40s, as such the restaurant is not without a certain natural charm.
Service is fine and the proprietor...More
My husband and I celebrated our 15 year anniversary at this restaurant and enjoyed it immensely. We shared a great full-bodied malbec and started with a heavenly goat cheese salad. We each ordered a steak and definitely could have shared just one between the two...More
TA recommended this restaurant which was near my hotel, after a walk round town.
It was relatively quiet when I arrived. Good service, superbly cooked and enormous steak (solomillo 400g) with pastas braves y pimiento del patron, so simple. I thought I was going to...More
Looking for a restaurant in the little town of Puigcerda in the Spanish Pyrenees, we were intrigued to find an Argentinian steakhouse. Sharing a salad to start, one of us – perversely went for a cheese-based local speciality (provoletas) while the other chose a more...More
We got in just by coincidence, as we parked a few meters away. All the restaurants we checked in Tripadvisor were full so we thought it could be good. We were really lucky. Very nice meat, the Malbec wine at a reasonable price and tasty...More