Nice place to eat outside or inside. Service is friendly. Atmosphere comfortable. Menu is confusing because there are two; the "gourmet" and "pedestrian" - frankly I could not figure out why they needed to be separated but confusion is often par for the course in Argentina. We ate here couple times during the course of week. I ordered rucula with quinoa each time which although was not on menu was created for me. The quinoa in this area is really good. One night I tried a chicken cutlet breaded in quinoa which was different and unique so fun. Our three year old devoured the lomo so he liked it. I ordered bife de chorizo which was little tough but grilled well. My wife had the Salmon which she reported was quite good. Another night she had quinoa soup which she also reported was excellent and again unique. She also tried a few of their salads which she liked. Most importantly, traveling with 3 year old is never easy but this place made it easy for us in every way.