This place is tiny. It is in a quiet street in San Telmo. It seems to be frequented by locals. Our food was excellent. Service was great. The biggest AND cheapest sirloin I had in BA.
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We arrived late on the Saturday night from Iguazu. We arrived in this tiny restaurant for dinner around 11.15pm. My friend took the bife the chorizo with criolla sauce, I took the cordero (lamb) sorrentinas (raviolis). Both were served in a cast iron wok pan....More
Went here for a lunch and they offer a great almuerzo (lunch) deal for a good price which is a very big dish that is tasteful and also typical local food. Lots of locals also go here for lunch, which is always a good sign...More
Very informal with a small number of covers and 6 tables on the street. Great food and wine in a friendly environment. Had a wonderful lunch despite not fully understanding the menu blackboards on the wall.
I was looking for something different for our last night in B.A., final dinner in Argentina, and this was PERFECT. As described, it's a very small restaurant with its menu written on chalkboards on the walls or verbalized by the waiter. Reservation definitely recommended. Everything...More
I stay in San Telmo every year for one month, so over time I have tried virtually all the restaurant options in the area, many of them repeatedly. This place is one of my favourites (the other being the Origen Cafe). BTW, my local Argentinian...More
Always a good sign when there are only locals and a very small menu that changes every day (we know it does because we went back so often). Great pastas and meats, amazing flavours and very generous portions. Super friendly staff too, but get there...More
Title says it all. I walked away from this place with a big smile. The food is niothing short of 10/10. And its a cute little place. Cheap too, 200p per main (which are huge). The quality of the ingredients you could very much tell....More