you have to wait to much time but the food is good ,noise not bad but not my kind of restaurant,prefer the little ones
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My hotel recommended this restaurant and they were right! It has a 'gaucho' theme decor and the waiters wear traditional gaucho dress. There is lots to choose from on the menu, including local specialities, and the service is very good. I was alone and it...More
This is a very popular, lively, busy and brightly lit restaurant. The food was excellent! I especially recommend their picante tomato salsa they serve with their empanadas - it was delicious!
A friend of mine mentioned this restaurant, so I went there out of curiosity. It was really good. The food is tasty and the service is very good. The waiters are helpful and fast. I strongly recommend it.
I would come back again! The empanadas were excellent and are definitely worth a return visit. The steak needed some salt, but was a beautiful cut of beef. If you're in the area you should go. Also, it does get pretty crowded. You might need...More
Found this restaurant by chance. Walked in and asked for a table and at 8.30pm (which is very early to eat in Argentina) we still had a 20 minute wait for a table. By 11pm there was a line out into the street. Busy, busy,...More
Went there two days in a row, so you could say that we enjoyed it. Tamales, humitas and empanadas make for great entrées. Good wine selection. Cayote with quesillo and nuts for dessert. Good service, if a bit slow. I would certainly go back.