We came here on the recommendation of our hotel, just across the road, who assured us that this place had a good kitchen. It's quite rustic - we didn't know what to expect as we walked up the driveway, but we had a very good meal complemented by very friendly and courteous service - we were the first to arrive at the restaurant at around 8.30pm on a Saturday night - a few other tables joined during the night, but it was hardly busy.
We chose well - trout bruschetta, followed by lomo with morillas and salad - food was excellent and the evening wasn't rushed. Aside from being very conveniently located to where we were staying, Las Morillas gave us an enjoyable evening - and our best meal over the 3 nights we were in Bariloche.
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