We started with the oxtail empanadas, our group of 3 shared 2 portions with our beers, very nice served with a spicy seasoned salad of carrot, onion and coriander. They have a big selection of beer on tap and a very cool bar area, we had our starter at the counter then decided to sit down for a main. Very relaxed place, menus are on iPads and have picks of the dishes. Big wine list $35-$250, we took a reasonably priced Malbec. I had the halibut on Israeli couscous, I thought the dish could have had more fish, less couscous and needed to be less bitter. That being said I still enjoyed it. My colleagues devoured a big pork chop and crab cakes that were presently elegantly.
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