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Like most people, it seems, we visited this restaurant after we tried to go to Don Julio and were put off by the wait/prices. We ordered one steak, a side of grilled veg and two empanadas between the two of us and this was plenty...More
This local restaurant has great atmosphere and very good Argentine dishes. The service is prompt and friendly with very generous portions, most entrees are enough for two people. They specialise in Argentine meats cooked on the parilla. It is a very colourful, high ceiling room...More
down to earth but slightly tourist trap restaurante, as it feeds from its across the road neighbour. We had a tasty meal, basically chorizo on its own, kidneys and a main of pork and fries shared between two of us. Compared to the other places...More
This is an unassuming restaurant across the street from one of the most sought out restaurants and it can be easily overlooked. It you go, you will not be disappointed. It is a relaxed atmosphere. The service is good and relaxed. The food is great...More
Had a pizza and a salad. Food was okay, though there was a language barrier as we had wanted a different pizza than the one we received, though we didn't complain just ate it. Also they charge a cubierto fee for all guests. Had to...More
I concur with the opinion of a lot of other reviewers that this restaurant is a fine consolation for those hoping to dine at Don Julio but not able or willing to wait for a table. But La Popular is worth going to on its...More
The empanadas were pretty good. We ordered the two meat ones. We also had the pizza which was good. The wine selection was awesome! (Obvi go for the Argentinian wines).
The desert brownie was ehh.
But it was cheap and good food. If you're trying...More
Best known as the largest neighborhood in Buenos Aires, Palermo is divided into different quarters, each with its own unique identity. The high-end quarter is Palermo Chico, characterized by magnificent mansions, regal avenues, and exclusive apartment buildings, and home to the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), a favorite amongst locals. The largest park in the city, the Bosques de
Palermo, is Palermo's most famous landmark and a popular destination for nature walks, picnics, rollerblading, and cycling. The scene becomes much trendier in Palermo Soho, a hip area known for its cool cafés and unique design stores, filled with shoppers on weekends; and Palermo Hollywood, renowned for the numerous restaurants, bars and nightclubs, which make it the preferred spot for nights out and special occasions.