Easy to find; it's facing the giant round-about (with the park in the middle) that's the "hub" of the town.
Has signs outside (like is common in Argentina) for Visa; usually this means both Visa and MC are accepted, but this is the second case I found where it means only Visa (not MC) is accepted.
On many (but not all) items on the menu, an English (or, in the case of pasta, familiar-to-English-speakers Italian terms) translation is right below the Spanish.
I started with a "tricolor" salad, which in this case was (good deep green) lettuce, tomatoes, and shredded carrots. It was a sizable bowl, provided with oil and bbth balsamic and white vinegar. It was the best salad I've had on this Argentina trip so far (where many restaurants don't have salads), better than some in "fine dining" restaurants in other towns!
I also had the gnocchi with 4-cheese sauce, and that was quite good too. (The pasta is choices of pasta with choices of sauce, though the sauce names were not translated and I couldn't understand most of the other sauce names.)
The waiter thought they couldn't process my (US-based) "international" Visa card, but someone from the back came out and explained the procedure, and there was no problem paying with my Visa card. (But both of them confirmed that they don't take MasterCard.)
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