We started with the empanadas, which were great for the fried variety (I prefer baked). They had interesting fillings and were executed well. The parrillada was legit and was full of delicious and perfectly cooked asado de tira (flanken-cut short ribs - my favorite!), vacío (comes from hindquarters, but no exact American analogue), chorizo (Argentine), and chicken. There were also mollejas (sweetbreads), which I'm not a fan of, but my wife said they were tasty. We also had a delicious flan con dulce de leche for dessert. The service was excellent, and the owner was very friendly. I the interest of full disclosure, I am a gringo; however, my wife is Argentine, and I've lived in Buenos Aires, so I'm not a total amateur when it comes to Argentine cuisine.
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