Not too busy when we went for lunch. They have an English menu which was helpful. We ordered a few empanadas ( quite small) and a tamale. Very thin pastry on the empanadas and not greasy as they are baked. You can see the oven...More
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Had three empanadas for an appetizer; Spicy Pork, chicken, and cheese and onion. To be honest, I have had better in Houston. However for dinner, we ate a prosciutto pizza with green olives. Omg amazing! Their house bottle of red wine was good and only...More
Outstanding Argentinian comfort food: empanadas, and cazuelas are outstanding and inexpensive. Perfect for cold weather, and the price is right!
good place to eat , not expensive , normal average service for argentinian restaurant , low ligthing , food is giood i take "oie of squash, corn, honey and cheese" was excelent , my brother take a shepherds pie , my wife a Milanesa Napolitana...More
Almost hidden in the surroundings, near to Callao and Santa Fe. They got us on the calabresa pizza and empanadas - specially choclo-calabazza-queso (corn-pumpkin-cheese) empanada. Good pricing.
This place was awful. The service was dismal and frankly, I am starting to not trust TA reviews anymore. We went there only because of the 4/5 rating. How? We had to wait over ten minutes to get the menu. One of the guys behind...More
Ate here twice, dinner both times, had exactly the same dish to see if the quality on try 1 matched that on try 2. Surprise, surprise, it did not. Had the Gnochi con cream with the "English Sauce" (no clue what that is). Excellent the...More