Pros: energetic ambiance, colorful decor, and excellent food (pamplonas are heavenly) Cons: slow service, waiters forget orders, thus not a great value (tab for 3 without wine was over 2000 pesos)
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Wednesday lunchtime and it was closed... I couldn't take my husband for lunch here, too bad. Maybe another trip. At night there are so many fine dining options that I don;'t think I could ever make it here.
The food and wine are great, the place is also great. The only but is that they'll charge you for the water (250 ml) no matter that you are paying already for the cutlery, even after telling the waiter that by law 4407/12 they cant...More
The food was delicious, the beef was cooked perfectly (for me that means medium rare). The salad was great - included egg and beets; the salad dressing was a bit boring but otherwise great combination for a salad. We had the fried cheesy topped with...More
Strange to say this, but is getting difficult to find a good parrilla in the last years in BA. Some with good meat are crazy touristic and overpriced, others more local give you not real good meat. El pobre Luis has the prefect combination: good...More
Be prepared to wait for a bit - but it's very worth it. Charming restaurant in the Belgrano neighborhood with red accents laid against original brickwork and adorned with soccer jerseys. This place is all about the famous grilled meats with very generous portions. We...More
We chose El Pobre Luis based upon recommendations from co-workers. We showed up at 8:00pm because we heard they fill up fast. We were able to get in and grab a great table for 2. The menu has many choices, and my wife and I...More