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Our last visit was in April 2016. It was nice to be greeted like old friends by the owners and by the parrillero who even remembered what cuts of meat we liked.
As always the sirloin was grilled to perfection and very tender.
In the heart of the village this traditional Argentine parilla serves up wonderful grilled meats, pastas, salads and more. I ordered the bife de lomo---filet mignon---which was perfectly cooked and large enough for two. My partner chose chicken supreme which was three breaded chicken breasts....More
Date of visit: February 2015
Liliana F, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at La pulperia de los Ferreyra, responded to this reviewResponded February 8, 2015
Gracias por compartir su opinión! Lo esperamos nuevamente por La Pulperia con un obsequio de cortesía! Darse a conocer con...More
Went for dinner on Tuesday night, restaurant closes every Wednesday.
The decor is typically Argentinian but there are also old radios, gaucho spurs, snake skins and fur of various local animals.
Food is mainly meat of various kinds, beef, pork, lamb etc.
The food feels...More
Date of visit: November 2013
Liliana F, Director de Relaciones con Clientes at La pulperia de los Ferreyra, responded to this reviewResponded March 21, 2014
Thank you for tour opinión . De would like to see you again. La pulpería de los ferreyra. Argentina
We liked the atmosphere indoors and they also have an outside seating area. My husband didn't fall in love with the beef asado parilla bbq, but my pasta was great. The service seemed rushed, but they do have a good wait staff. They do charge...More