our family of four (2 kids, aged 12 & 17) stayed 2 weeks in St Agata, and ate at the Buenos Aires most days. It suited us so well we didn't go elsewhere. Very relaxed extended lunchtimes, and sometimes an evening beer. A garden setting, so it was cooler than other places to eat, and more attractive. Family ran, who welcomed us each time like friends, we got to know each member of the family.