The restaurant is a hidden jewel. I does not looks for what it is from the outside. Being from Argentina I was a bit surprised how little from my own country ended up in the menu but I understand that sometimes they need to adapt to the local demand. Despite that the food was very good, the wine excellent and within reasonable price. Tried and loved the unusual red malbec from Salta region.
The empanadas starter was OK, a bit dried up but good enough.
The asado de tira, despite being french beef was great, very tasty and great to share.
the dulce de leche desert was strange but tasty, I love dulce de leche and managed to get a large scoop of real dulce de leche which i loved until the end of it.
the waitress were nice and helpful explaining the different non-argentinean dishes.
finally, for those Porteños missing the chimicurri this is the place to go and get some.
the round table for 4 given was a tad small for us but understand that space is a luxury in Paris
overall nice place and very good food.
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