Meat is the main option on the menu, not a lot of vegetables on offer. There are potatoes and a few salads. It is packed with locals by 8 p.m. when it opens for dinner, so get there early to get a seat. They have some tables on the sidewalk as well as seating inside with fans. The service is very attentive and friendly we found. We were the only tourists the night we went, and everyone was nice and helpful. The menu is in Espanol only, so it helped we had a glossary of the different types of meats. There was three of us, we shared a caprese salad, one order of potatoes, a bottle of wine, a large beer, full order of beef tenderloin, 1/2 order of flank steak and our bill was $34 CAD! We had leftover beef to take home for lunch the next day. Very reasonable prices for an International city. The beef was tasty, though overcooked if you like medium rare, it is very difficult to get it in Argentina.