amazing dinner, the staff was sweet and caring! the fungi risotto was awesome and the selection of wines perfect
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even though the prices are a bit high, it is worth it! food was excellent and so was the service! all in time and the waitress would come from time to time to check if we were having a good time. loved it!
We have to wait nearly 40 min for a provoleta just to start eating ( it takes less than 5 min to prepare). I asked for ravioli which where nothing special and nearly 30% come unstuffed, just plain. Near us 2 more tables complain for...More
We went there for lunch and didn't disappoint. The place is lovely, is supposed to have a lot of history behind and looks the part, though it's been preserved very well. We ordered a goulash to share between me and my wife, and it turned...More
The waitress was very good and sweet, from Bs As. The dishes not at all novel and not at all perfect. My lamb roll had a LOT of fat around it and my boyfriend's boar goulash was correct but nothing surprising. He restaurant got crowded...More
My family and I had dinner tonight at Dona Quela. The restaurant is very nice and has a lot of character. The service was good and food was good as well. The trout was very fresh and well done. The risotto with mushroom was ok,...More
This historical building used to be a hotel in the past and now remains some aspects of the former time. The specialty is the home made pasta and it delivers what promises. The portion is well served. Menu for kids as well. It is really...More
The staff, the ambience, the food... This was a great restaurant. Try the pumpkin soup and the "Trunch grilled", don't forget the puré de papas. There is a really interesting and large wine selection. I would recommend one of the Malbeck from Mendoza. The mousse...More
For a small town Dona Quela is a good restaurant. The interior feels like the hands of time have been turned back 70+ years. It's very well done, and has a great vibe. I'd give the atmosphere & decor 5-stars. The service was good, but...More
I visited Dona Quela for dinner. My waiter was very helpful with suggestions and steered me towards the venison ravioli with the mushroom cream sauce. The dish was excellent! The restaurant is nicely appointed in the first floor of an old hotel. I would definitely...More
Thank you very much for your rating. We are glad that you liked our restaurant and attention of our staff. Our restaurant works on a building of historical importance as it was the first hotel in San Martín de los Andes.