Outstanding but limited seating. If you are lucky to get in then great selection of wines, killer appetizers to share, excellent pates, and friendly service. A must, if you can!
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We walked passed this small restaurant during the week on the way to the Museum of Modern Art and thought it looked interesting so after the museum we went for a late lunch. We knew nothing about it, its reputation or its chef.The staff were...More
Came here for lunch and we thoroughly enjoyed the rabbit pate and the langostino cazuela. Pate was as smooth as eating mouse, and the plume jam on top complimented well with the pate. The sauce from the langostino cazuela was flavorful and it came with...More
I stumbled across this restaurant on an evening stroll through San Telmo looking for something to eat. Upon realising I did not speak Spanish very well, the friendly waiter offered me an English menu however patiently helped me order in my terrible Spanish anyway. I...More
We had a fantastic dinner here! The food was delicious and we had starters, mains and desserts. The staff were very friendky and there was a lovely atmosphere in the restaurant. I loved how we could see the chefs at work in the kitchen.
My partner and I popped in here after visiting the San Telmo Markets. We had a brief wait for a table (10-15 minutes max) and were then seated in staff. Our waitress was lovely, very friendly and spoke excellent English. The portions here are huge...More
This is a small restaurant in a non descript location in Buenos Aires. Upon arrival, be prepared for a wait as this is a popular restaurant with locals as well as tourists. We took a late lunch so were able to get a table outside,...More
Was not expecting much when we stepped in for a late lunch after visiting the Museum of Modern Art nearby. There's an English menu pasted on the window at the entrance. Ordered the pink salmon and fetuccini with grilled sausage. The waiter got one of...More
ME ENCANTO! Best food in Buenos Aires. Since seeing chef prepare a goat on the back patio or a perfectly grilled steak on the beach years ago, I couldn't wait to get to Argentina. For 5 yrs I waited and Leandro and his staff did...More
We were able to get a table for lunch on a week day, arriving early (it opens at 12:30). Apparently for dinner, you need to reserve. We had the oriental pork and the "perdriz", our kids had the vegetable lasagna, everything was excellent, the homemade...More