We arrived at 9pm on a Monday and it was quite empty (the Argentines eat so late!) so no reservation was needed.
The ambience is great, classy, darkly lit, large open space with high ceilings.
Our waiter was very friendly and spoke English to us. We ordered some cocktails and water (cocktails relatively expensive at around £8-9, same price as London! Or 450 pesos). We ordered the prawns with brioche to start, a large portion of three buns that we shared between two. Tasted like a more modern prawn cocktail. We had a ‘free’ amuse bouche too which was cauliflower soup with corn bread. Corn bread was amazing.
We then ordered the lamb and the pork suckling on recommendation from the waiter. It was amazing, each thing on the plate had a different texture, adding something new. We found the food a little too rich for us. We had ‘free’ breads and little dessert (truffle and tiny macaron).
It was a great experience, our bill was 3500 pesos or about £70. We found this a little expensive but believe the cocktails were the bulk of this. We would recommend.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.