It was a nice place to eat after a long journey. The lamb was good. It is a simple place with good food.
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This restaurant is a landmark. They staff was super friendly, the restaurant is nice and huge, easy to park, great wifi, ample hours. The food is average.
Our server was excellent very attentive, polite and timely. We shared the filet with pepper sauce with fries and had two beef empanadas as starters. Food was really good for a small town eatery. We also ordered the house wines and the pours were equivalent...More
This restaurant was the only bad eating experience in a month of travel in South America. When we arrived, we were repeatedly ignored by the wait staff despite the restaurant being less than half full. Once we ordered, we had hoped the at least the...More
I am being generous with my rating, because this place is better than the average that one expects to find in a roadside diner (which is also popular with the locals). We ate here in 2012 on our first visit to Argentina, when we enjoyed...More
This restaurant offers many choices at good price. My wife and i order the parrilla especial and we have alot to eat (the protion eas enormous!) It is open all hours of the day. The service is very friendly and professional.
We went in for a light lunch and ordered 4 empanadas and a ensalada complete (lettuce, beets, carrots, tomatoes, and eggs. Great choice, filled but not overstuffed. Great dining space inside, nice sidewalk dining; the grill is inside. Waitress friendly, helpful, and efficient. A fine...More
We were on a guided tour of the Andes and Uspallata is about the only place to eat. But we were glad the tour selected El Rancho. It was a Sunday afternoon and the place was packed. A classic Parilla with the open fire grill...More
Arrived with my family after travelling the country, for your final stop before heading to Chile...stumbled accidentally across El Rancho and originally decided to stay for lunch due to their cheap beer prices....so glad we did! Victor Hugo was our waiter...by the end of our...More
We visited here on our way into the Andes. A fab find. We were early for lunch so not many people were in when we got there, but the restaurant quickly filled. We had a traditional asado which was just lovely - even my son...More