We went here on the recommendation of the hostel and we really enjoyed ourselves. The parilla was very good and the service was above average for Argentina. The salad was disappointing (too much raw white onion), but besides that not too much to complain about.
Patagonian lamb is very nice. The flavour is not as strong as lamb in other parts of the world as the lamb feeds on a local plant that does not flavour the meat strongly. Definitely eat it - it is cooked in a unique way in Patagonia (spatchcocked and fire roasted).
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