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US$12 - US$30
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Argentinian, South American
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Vegetarian Friendly
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Reviewed 4 March 2018 via mobile

We went twice for dinner (large group)and the attention was really good and quick. I have to follow a gluten free diet and they knew what In the menú could be adapted so I could eat trout. The rest of the group thought the pasta...was great too. Simple but a very good option if you are in the área.More

Date of visit: January 2018
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Reviewed 15 June 2017

Worth the trip to Alumine. The assorted Patagonian Pasta with local sauces is unbelievable. There are all sorts of options, but this pasta is one of a kind. And as to the preparation of the dishes... I ordered bread pudding with caramel for dessert and,...(city girl), I asked: "is it home made?". The answer was: our home made caramel is worth trying, madam. He took for granted that the pudding was home made and was talking about the typical Argentinean topping, which I had thought was from the deli store... That is just a token of the value you get there.More

Date of visit: December 2016
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Reviewed 4 February 2016 via mobile

Ate here twice. An attractive room on the town Square. This is known in town as being a top pasta restaurant. We didn't think the pasta was anything special, just OK. Salads and other dishes, including trout, were good. Wine selection fine and very reasonably...priced. The local Scottish Ale was poorly made, but other standard beers were available. Actually an impressive restaurant for this hardscrabble town.More

Date of visit: January 2016
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Reviewed 25 June 2015

We went to celebrate our anniversary and enjoyed a nice meal here. My husband is gluten free and we were very happy he was given rice crackers while I had bread as we waited for our meal. For appetizers I had ensalad rusa and he...had lengua. He always enjoys lengua and I gave it a try...not bad. We both had chicken for our main entree, mine fried and his with a four cheese sauce, both very good. We finished our meal with café and flan for dessert. I would recommend this restaurant to anyone passing through because it is clean, and serves good meals. For locals...well, they already know it serves good food in a timely fashion.More

Date of visit: June 2015
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