This is a low key, understated restaurant just off the beaten drag. Whilst it claims to be authentic Argentinian to me the food was nowhere near salty enough, however this is a good thing.
I started with the scallops, chorizo and pork belly, whilst a well trodden combination something made it stand out. Not sure what it was but it cant have been the sweet potato alone. My only slight criticism of the whole meal was that the chorizo was chopped too small and over fried. Otherwise a memorable dish.
Likewise the flank steak. This is currently my favourite cut of steak and the flavours here worked very well and it was cooked to perfection, on the right side of medium rare.
Things got even better with the dessert. The Dulce de Leche crème bulee would have been good enough on its own, but the banana split ice cream took it to an other level. Maybe not everyone's cup of tea but these are several of my favourite dessert flavours in one dish.
The only thing which let this down was the service which was best described as uninterested and manana manana, which was a shame as this was a Monday lunchtime and the place was half empty.
Will be going back soon and will hopefully be able to get stuck into some of the wines.
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