If you're looking for a noisy, traditional Italian restaurant with straw Chianti bottles hanging from the ceiling this is not for you.
You could be forgiven for thinking you're inside a smart restaurant in Milan, the atmosphere is intimate and the decor subdued. Efficient waiters look after you well and the chef chats to customers.
We both had risotto, mine was with Brie and my companion's was with fruits du mer. Both excellent.
We didn't have a dessert or starter as we had to get up early and needed to have an early night. We drank a good Malbec wine that was not decanted although I think they would do that for the more expensive wines.
Customers were mainly well heeled Argentinians, the discreet entrance of La Pecora in the district of Recoleta reflected this.
The place isn't big so reservations are a must.
Our bill came to ARS 580 (approx US$100) which although expensive in Argentina was reasonable in comparison to places like London or New York.
My only reservation was the choice of music, although not too loud it didn't reflect the style of the place. Maybe some Italian baroque music would have been more appropriate during the early part of the evening with some more modern Italian as the evening wore on.
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