What a welcome respite to what was otherwise a trip full of meals at steakhouses. Each dish was very tasty, well-presented, and paired with great wine. Our host, Camilo, was incredibly friendly and engaged us in conversation on more than one occasion throughout the meal. The open kitchen is a great touch. While most in Argentina eat on the later side, an earlier reservation was a welcomed surprise. Since we were the first ones served, we were the first ones to see each course as it came out of the kitchen. And the price is incredibly reasonable for a tasting menu (at least by New York City standards).
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