Went there yesterday with a couple of friends to try the amazing south american cuisine and tried the cheese empanadas, calamari with the poached pear, veal tongue and the roasted bone narrow bruschetta... (we'll be back for the carpaccio!!) all of them amazing paired with an orange wine from South Africa (A must to try if you like wines). For mains we had the slow cooked crispy pork belly and 2 serves of the Angus Sirloin cooked to perfection and as a recommendation we had the Argentinian Wine "Paisaje de Tupungato) a blend of Merlot/Cab Sab/Malbec just incredible. Finished with some churros and the always good affogato. Overall, food is amazing, cosy environment, great music and if you feel a bit cold ask to be seated next to the hearth (yes they do have one).
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