This restaurant was recommended to us by a friend of a friend. It is what is called in Buenos Aires a closed restaurant, only open a few days a week and with no exterior signage. You find it , ring the doorbell and you are let in. It made me think that prohibition speakeasies must have been like that. We ordered off the regular menu because the tasting menu seemed to more food than we wanted. We had the meal with the wine pairings. The place is relatively small and appears to be the ground floor of a house with two dining rooms. The ambience is lovely without any pretensions. From the moment we entered the service was excellent. Our server said her English was not that good but she managed admirably, Our wines were selected by one of the owners who also is a sommelier. The food was easily the best we had during our week in Buenos Aires. My wife's lamb and my fish were both cooked perfectly. We felt that the prices were totally in line with the quality of food and service and lower than what we pay in the US for comparable restaurants. This is the place that I would definitely come back to if we return to Buenos Aires.
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