A recent visit on business to Santiago put me in Liguria on a Tuesday evening in early November. The four of us had to eat inside, as all the tables on the street were full.
The décor is interesting as this is supposed to look like an Argentinian restaurant. Whatever it was, it's interesting and colourful.
My main course was chosen for me as being traditional. It was a large piece of brisket, cut as a steak and apparently cooked for most of the day.
It was absolutely wonderful and you didn't need a knife to eat it, let alone a serrated one!
The service was just right given how busy the restaurant was that night.
A very colourful and busy place with good food but no idea about the prices.
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