We rented a loft for two weeks on Caseros street just a couple blocks down from the restaurant. Consequently we ate our way through many of the restaurants in our edge of San Telmo neighborhood. There are 4 good ones in one block! A happening place. We liked Caseros the most. We returned when friends came to visit. Food was excellent. A smallish menu, but everything we tried was well executed. Homemade bread, which others have mentioned, was fabulous. Have forgotten some of the entrees we had, but merluzon stands out as my first - on a bed of sauteed fennel. Couldn't identify taste initially, which engendered a great English/Spanish conversation among staff and us regarding "fennel." Service we had each time was friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable in that way. Of course we often had our noses pressed at their window at their 8:30 opening time - only to be waived off until staff finished their dinner. Space is bright and airy - very high ceilings, big windows onto street - so if you're looking for dark and cozy this is not your place. Think they also serve outside (?)
But that was our problem . . .
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