Food is good and a lot of sushi options. Service excellent and environment hip and lively though not many people there on Sunday night which is by far the quietest day in SMA.
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This is a good place to dine in San Martin. The sushi was fresh and well-presented, very nice pasta and good wine selection . The owner, Nico, is hands-on and the staff attentive. Thank you Alex for the nice service.
We loved Torino! On the advice of others, we had the Torinos Toradito salmon ceviche. The flavors exploded in your mouth. It was so delicious! We split the beef ribeye and the kitchen gave us the choice to have 2 different sides. The lemon rice and the wok vegetables were outstanding. The owner, Nico, came and chatted with us several... More
We went for sushi, but tried the Salmon and the Rib eye! I must say that the beef was slightly over cooked than what we requested but we told the waiter and they were very apologetic and offered us free desserts. Salmon was excellent!
Ambience and decoration is relaxed and inviting. Good music, kitchen in a young and modern style. The dishes from the starter to the dessert are top class. Very attentive service. Cool Drinks and excellent wine. Happy to go there twice as options in good food are limited.
From the outside the bar looked welcoming, and we weren't disappointed inside. Excellent service, delicious food and friendly staff. We were immediately given menus in English as we're non-native speakers. The manager was especially attentive, complementing the amazing sushi and ceviche.
A busy place with excellent vibe and lots of locals. Go early to get a table. The lamb ravioli is spectacular, best pasta dish of our 4 weeks. Good wine list, fairly priced. Staff very attentive and owner made an effort to say hello which is always appreciated.
San Martin de los Andes has many restaurants to choose from, so many it can be hard to decide. Some (La Tasca) trade on out-dated reputation. But this one is good, friendly, and worth seeking out.
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