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A little basket full of trully homemade bread rolls awaits on every table for diners, so they can choose from some of the many delights on the menu. As an appetizer, diners can choose a classic Polenta a la Bolognese; Olives Ascolanas (Olives stuffed with batter-fried veal) or the Eggplant Parmigiana (eggplant au gratin with parmesan cheese, tomato and basil). Sottovoce offers a really interesting variety of pasta, all made with hard semolina of candeal wheat and egg. Stuffed Pasta is actually homemade, whereas dried textured pasta, such as Tagliatelle or Maltagliati, is provided by a pasta factory. Dishes like Maltagliati alla Bolognese or Pappardelle with Mushrooms (cream, dried mushrooms,…
We liked everything about this restaurant. Italian and seafood cuisine - a nice break from all the heavy meats. Very good service and beautiful food. Great cocktails. An elegant setting without all the clatter of many local restaurants.
If you are in the mood to have a break from all of the delicious steak in Argentina, Book a reservation at Sottovoce to try their delicious homemade pastas.
The restaurant is located right on the water in the Puerto Madera And offers tables in...More
My husband and I chose Sottovoce over the dozens of other places offering a set menu on Christmas Eve because of the advertised menu and the promise of a variety of live music/show, midnight toast and the impression there would be a bit of "cotillion"....More
A genuinely astonishing restaurant. The food is magnificent, from the focaccia you get as part of the cover charge onwards. Four of us shared four starters - ham and spinach croquetas that were crunchy on the outside smoothy creamy on the inside, prawns with a...More
Our group of 9 had dinner here...and we purposely sought out something other than steak for a night LOL. It's a nice location however there's loads of construction at the moment. Food was very nice and plenitful. Service was great. Full bar.
I visited Sottovoce for a business lunch. Our server offered us aperol spritz as a courtesy and we then ordered our meals. I had the rotolo alla bolognese, a house specialty, and it was delicious. My companions had fish of the day and gnocchi and...More
Sottovoce is one of the best restaurants you will find @ Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires. The restaurant is conveniently located at a river arm with a beautiful view to this nice touristic area. The service is up to high-end international standards, something difficult to find...More
We have been there twice now. The mixed seafood platter is excellent (order only a half portion to share between two) and with a bottle of Kaufmann Chardonnay and harbor view we can only recommend it. The bill came to 1,700 pesos which is a...More