We've dined here several times, both at its previous location and its current one. The parillada quality is excellent, but even for someone used to Argentinian food (by marriage) the quantity of meat is a bit over the top: the parillada for two is sufficient for 3-4. Not seeking a big meal, today we just had empanadas and beer; in the future we'll go back to the meat dishes since the empanadas were disappointing, microwave-mushy rather than oven-crisp. Our service has always been good at El Patio, and their shop with Argentinian specialities (including wines) is a great service. They are highly specialized in Argentinian cuisine, though for some reason they don't serve the international food at which Argentina beats the world, pizza.
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