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Entering the place you will feel like a local, it‘s a traditional restaurant in an old house with a lot of rooms. In each room someone is playing the guitar and singing.
The food is sooo yummy and not expensive like in the restaurants around...More
This old house has retained all the chairs of its antique architecture while attracting a clientele that is often both local and young. it opens promptly at 9pm and seats people in order of arrival unless you book ahead. The food is local Salta regional...More
When you call to make a reservatoon, the phone will just tell you the hours of operation, leading you to assume thatno reservations are needed. FALSE! Without a reservation you may just get a table in a room or patio where nothing happens, while those...More
You should not go to the Casona del Molino expecting a great culinary experience. This is not to say that the food is not good. Everything we ordered was quite good, actually. The decor is simple, very basic, with old wooden tables and chairs. However,...More
We went to a few Pinas in Salta and the exoerience we had here was by far the best. Although it's a large place with several rooms it gets very busy with locals and tourists for good reason. It has such a good atmosphere. Later...More
It was far from the center. Food and drinks were expensive and disappointing and the worse was that there was no music as it depends on the clients who want to sing or play any. By 11:30pm, a couple of guys started to sing poorly...More
We had a wonderful dinner at CdM. Overall the food is ok (nothing to write home about but tasty and traditional).
The real differentiator for this restaurant is the atmosphere - musicians show up around 10pm and are joined by locals in singing Argentinian folk...More
The location is really far off, so it looked real strange when we arrived in a quiet suburb to find a long line of people outside at 20.45 already. The place opens at 21.00 only. Luckily it is huge, with several smaller rooms and outside...More
Try to go on a Thursday night, the later the better. After 11pm it gets good. Musicians in every room, everyone singing folklore music downing wine and clapping along. The back patio is where the party is at. My bife de chorizo (sirloin) was phenomenal...More