I go here regularly, with colleagues, friends, family, or as a couple, for steak. They serve a variety of different cuts and meats, including horse, but I will typically go for the fillet. It's much cheaper than at cafetin de buenos aires, and the quality is not so much noticeably less.
They also serve a very good paella, for a minimum of two people, and you have to order that in advance - so call ahead to make a reservation (recommended) and order that at the time, if you've decided it's what you want.
Back to the steaks: The filet is listed on the menu as coming with a pepper sauce, however they don't tell you what other sauces are available. You can of course order it plain without sauce, or with a garlic, bearnaise, or sometimes even a blue cheese sauce - depending on what's available on the day. Just ask!
Starters are very good, tapas style including garlic mushrooms, or calamari, etc. They also bring out complementary chorizo slices with fluffy bread, which is delightful. You'll then get a little salad to start off, and the steaks are served with a big bowl of chips (french fries) on the side.
Of course the typical drink of choice for steak, is red wine. Their house wine 'vin parton rouge' is just the ticket, and is very drinkable. Only once were we served a bottle that was not called 'la bodega' and that's the only time we were slightly disappointed (but did not let it go to waste, obviously). What's more, it's just 13 euro per bottle, which for Luxembourg restaurant prices is nigh on unbeatable.
As with any steak, the cut can vary in size, but again, i've only been left still feeling hungry on one occasion. It's worth going back time and time again, even with that risk. It's just the luck of the draw.
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