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This is one of my clasical restaurants in Buenos Aires. I was out of town for a couple of months and just returned to this incredible restaurant with suppreme service and excellent food.
Do not miss it! will be great!
The food, the service and the place are superb. We've been there twice and we will keep going. And when you are there you can order to-go from the delivery menu, so we also bring back home something for another meal. Must visit.
This is a place that stands out immediately, not only for it’s spotless decor or for the courteousness of the staff. Israeli/Middle-eastern flavours, even when they’re fused with the local ones, are always amongst my top 10 list, more so when they’re as professionally managed...as this one. I had the merguez sausage, and it was simply amazing. Will definitely return!More
I've eaten there a year ago and had an excellent meal with excellent service. This time, it was all very disappointing. Menu hasn't changed and the food was quite good. The service was spotty and the music way too loud. There were families and friends...eating together - and could have been so much better.More
Fayer- excellent Israeli / Middle Eastern food;
Ordered all the veggie appetizers ... all the dishes were flavorful and excellent. The service was warm and friendly; the drinks were expertly made. Fortunately for us two staff members could speak English and understood our asks.
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