Having eaten at several restaurants in Buenos Aires, I would say that this is an average restaurant when taking into consideration all a restaurant must offer. The food is above average, but what kills the place is the service and attitude of the staff. I walked in with my friend, and felt unwelcome from the beginning. When we stated that we would like a table for two, they said all they had was seating in the bar area. This area is nice...no issues there...but the restaurant portion was not full. The waiter did not smile once...and it seemed we were a bother to him. Not once did he welcome us; thank us for coming; he just went through the motions.
Aside from the issues regarding service, I have to say the atmosphere was too stuffy. One cannot tell the difference between hostess/waiter/front desk clerk/manager because they are all dressed the same - dark suits with dark ties. And not a smile among any of them.
This is in stark contrast to the Algodon Wine Estates in San Rafael, where the service/atmosphere/food are exceptional.
The pricing is curious, particularly for drinks. We ordered a bottle of the Bonarda Wine, which turns out costs the same as two limoncellos. Either the wine is underpriced, or the limoncellos are overpriced.
In short...the food was above average...the service and atmosphere below average....comes out to an average rating.
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