As mentioned in my prior review, Bajres has changed ownership (yet again!)...
Those who enjoyed it's Argentinian meats can mourn at the passing of the "ancienne regime".. but fear not as the new owners can certainly cook! It's the crew from Il Capitano in Cap D'Ail, which was a pretty good restaurant many moons ago..
This restaurant is now an unpretentious neighborhood gem.. home-cooked Italian food from Calabria! The menu is hand-written daily, depending on what fresh stuff they have received. There's always 2-3 steaks on board (so don't cry too much for the loss of the prior Argentinian steakhouse), another grilled meat, pasta and some fish dishes. The list is short but many favorites are there. I would personally recommend the Cote de Boeuf which has intense flavor, though it's only from Irelande. For starters, they give you a bunch of tasty snacks from anchovies to rice balls.. all yummy with a good Arneis white..
The wine list is non-existent and you choose it from their walls which are decked out with wine. Prices, like the food, are very reasonable and the advice of the owners are usually accurate.
So happy that the original Bajres hasn't disappeared and now though it's no longer Argentinian, the great flavors are still there..
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