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This place is busy but not too noisey. it has some old world charm and the waiters seem to pay special attention to each and every table. The food is delicious although in some cases the portions are enormous. great value for money.
We went here for lunch and it was a totally random choice. It was a great choice. The space is well lit and spacious and clean. The menu items are extensive. They served delicious bread. Our entrees were all beautifully prepared and tasted very good....Unfortunately we did not have room for any desserts or coffee but they sure looked delicious. It was a perfect break from the sightseeing and walking and the heat. The staff were quite lovely. And they accepted several different types of currencies- Euro, US dollar and local currency.More
Non fresh salmon casing me not to giving trip, and the waiter doesn’t care what they have provided even I just skip all their main course salmon. When I said no trip I am going to provide, the waiter laughed as well. It is the...most impolite and bad restaurant I have ever seen, I am
Not recommended to visit here. No idea why they got 4.8 stars!More
The chicken was very dry, the meat was over cooked and not tasty ...the glasses weren’t clean , the service was ok...but we got out really disappointed we ordered beef de lomo and beef the chorizo and the chicken salad ...all was really bad and...disappointingMore
The problem is that the staff is really nice so I’m a bit sorry to be tough. I actually went there 3 times to really give it a chance. Once to drink a takeaway coffee. It was ok. Two times for a full meal. The...waiters are really nice but the food is really not good. It is nowhere near being an average place when it comes to the quality of the food. The risotto was not cooked enough. The salmon was clearly of a very low standard and it did not gave any taste. Maybe it is more a place for coffees and cakes.More
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Characterised by the French-style mansions which are the legacy of its aristocratic past, Recoleta is the true “Paris of the South.” Walking around this neighbourhood is an experience like no other in Buenos Aires: its streets are lined with elegant apartment buildings, exclusive boutiques, and former mansions turned into high-end hotels and embassies, which exude an alluring air of sophistication and class. You'll
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