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We went twice while we were in Cartagena. The first time we were there we shared the mixed grill. Everything was quite good. The second time we shared a steak which I found to be a bit chewy but everything else, including the house wine,...More
So. Went to Quebracho across town, and that was the WORST Argentinean steakhouse I've ever been to in the entire world. The meat over there was sinew, they don't listen to cooking temp requests, and the food was bad.
Marzola is the complete opposite. Thinly...More
Wow! There was a grill cooking a large tenderloin along with some vegetables right at the doorway. It smelled so good! We had several ice cold beers. The decor was super funky with bottle caps, old sewing machines, radios, etc. Great service too! I wish...More
For some reason Colombian food is harder to find than it should be in the old city. I walked past, smelled and saw the meat grilling and just followed my nose. Super friendly staff in a really cool place. No wifi, tons of Argentinian stuff...More
This place is cool and funky with bottle caps on the surface of the walls. Menus are presented on wine bottles and they even have a grill in the entrance doorway. The servers here were excellent. We split a steak which came sliced with potatoes...More
Visited here for dinner with a friend & was extremely disappointed in the meal & service. We were rushed through the meal, not told about the options & not asked if we wanted a drink. Steak was extremely chewy & over cooked & side dishes...More
Service is great! There's a long line, but I was there with my 2 sisters so the hostess asked if we'd be alright sharing a 2 person table since there were only large groups in front of us. We were thrilled to be given the...More
My friend and I went for dinner expecting a great steak. We were very disappointed. Our steaks were over cooked, not great quality and the sides were lacking. No one came to ask how our food was or if we wanted another drink. Great decor...More
The steak was amazing and they had a great wine selection. Grab one of their vintage Malbecs and a thick ribeye and you'll feel like you just stepped off the boat in downtown Buenos Aries. Service was impeccable. A little pricey but well worth the...More