First thing to note is that we would say this is an Argentinean 'Styled' restaurant for readers looking to go here.
Having talked to who seemed to be the main 'front of house' person the day before our expectations were already set that this was an Argentinean Style restaurant in Mexico serving Canadian sourced Angus Beef (because Canadian beef was cheaper than Argentinean beef and perhaps Mexican beef?).
We had the Bife Chorizo steak which was large, tender and had good favour with the expected hint of salt you get with Argentinean steak. Steak prices did seem expensive compared to other countries (including Argentina) that we have been to in the last 7 months however these prices may be the norm in Mexico as this was our first steak in the country.
The wine list was good although somewhat pricey but we found a nice lower priced Chilean Carmanere wine which went well.
The service was very attentative and un-intrusive which we liked.
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