Half of our group was gluten intolerant, so we sometimes struggled to find restaurants with options that suited everybody. Pulperia de los Faroles had a pretty lengthy menu - including meat, seafood, and pasta dishes - enabling each of us to find something they wanted to eat. The food we got (a seafood paella, spinach ravioli, pork ravioli) were all quite good, but not so good that I'd give the restaurant a "very good" review. My ravioli were offered with several sauce options, and the pesto I selected was quite tasty - a bit sweet from the herbs and a bit nutty from the chopped walnuts in it. Service was pretty good (it was packed when we were there since a movie was being filmed on the adjacent plaza), and I felt the prices were consistent with what we were paying in Argentina. They accepted Argentine pesos, Uruguay pesos, US dollars, or credit cards, which made things easy.
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