We were a party of 12 on a Wednesday night, and they put together a bug table.
The ambient is a typical bodegón from Buenos Aires, with lots of paints an figures and drawings of owls (that’s its name, of course).
We have 2 milanesas napolitanas with mash potatoes, 2 meatballs with mash potatoes, 1 merluza with mash pumpkin, 1 veggie ravioli, 3 omelettes, 1 pork with salad, 12 bottles of water, 2 diet cokes, 1 malbec wine, and for desert: 2 dulce de leche pancakes, 1 flan, 1 chocolate volcano and 2 coffees. The bill? Less than 90 dollars.
The portions were huge, real homemade food, and nice and kind waitresses.
It is worth to visit and enjoy it, several times.
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