A solid restaurant with excellent execution. The wine list is a little limited but the sommelier makes a perfect match for every taste. Classic and refined.
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Excellent restaurant in Buenos Aires. Very good service and good wine list. No super extensive but good. I and several of my friends tried the cook au vin, we really enyoyed. Others had pasta, and other had a brassed pig. All excelent. We had excellent...More
Visited last night and enjoyed a fantastic meal. The ambience was excellent - high end restaurant. Served an amuse Bouche. The whole meal was superb from the Patagonian rainbow trout starter to the fillet mignion and the grapefruit reisling desert. We were the only tourists....More
We ate here after a show and had a very good meal. The waiter was very attentive but overall we felt it was a bit pretentious and expensive.
This is a very traditional restaurant, with a very creative menu that does not cross the line into the unnecessary experimental. All ingredients very fresh, adding a touch of modernity to classic international dishes. Service is attentive but old fashion, could benefit from some additional...More
This restaurant must be one of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires. Not very visible from outside, from Carlos Pellegrini, but inside a very fashionable place. We chose a three course menu and the corresponding wine menu, the main couse was a very delicious coq...More
Wow situated as part of the Panamericano Hotel in the heart of Buenos Aires this restaurant should be a must go to whenever in Argentina. It is stylish both in decor and in superb menu that really was one of the most excellent meals I...More
I chose Tomo 1 hoping for a view over the obelisk and avenue as we ate, but the blinds obscured the view. Shame, as other than that it's simply another smart hotel restaurant. The veggie options were limited and unimaginative - I had carrot soup...More