Visited El Quincho for a Sunday Lunch on Argentina 'Father's Day'. The place was absolutely crowed of course but being so big we could get anyway a table.
I recommend going to the farther end of the restaurant where there is something like a separate room so you get isolated from the noise of the main floor.
Aged staff, efficient and professional but not that friendly unless you break the ice in friendly talk, else they are in a hurry to take the order.
Very very long list of dishes coveting every possible variation of local food (typical Bodegon), we went with the most traditional gnocchi con estofado, ravioles, some mollejas and Bife de Chorizo.
All food was good, except for my 7 yrs old daughter that was raging because the had put the parmesan cheese on top of the gnocchi. The meat was perfect and medium rare as we asked for; surprising for a restaurant this size and crowded that most of the time are inconsistent in this scenario.
Prices are very cheap, wines are cheaper but do not expect a great list.
All in all, this is a good place for a big group of family lunch or dinner to have fun, no expensive food, and certainly try some good local meat.
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