I went with my wife with great expectations because this is and argentina grill, but the food was awful.
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The last three times we ate here, there seemed to be fewer people, which is a crying shame, because the steaks are excellent. Do I note the phrase El Ojo del dueno engorda las vacas. While the waiter is competent and attentive, ( he should...More
Yummy yummy in my hungry tummy! Im a huge meat eater and i can say the 'tiras de asado' or short ribs will require some hand action!! They are absolutley delicious!! As an appetizer if you like turnovers (empanadas) have one with meat and add...More
El Tinto is without a doubt the best Argentinian style steak you will eat in Managua. It is located somewhat away from the city, but it is worth the drive. The menu is small, just one page but very well designed. The starters are great,...More
this is the place that i was looking for since i move to Nicaragua, they have the BEST of the BEST Argentinan Turnovers, and also the best fresh pasta that you can have plase try a Turnover and then any pasta 3 cheese !
This restaurant had a great atmosphere but had American prices. Not the reason you travel to Nicaragua. I paid $21 for a 12 oz New York strip and asked for medium. It came out like a piece of beef jerky. My nica friends advised me...More
My wife and are new to Managua (5 weeks since leaving the US) and live in Vera Cruz. We were pleased to find Trattoria Argentina not only close by, but with excellent food as well, in fact the first really excellent beef we have had...More
We have enjoyed our meals before, but looking around it is not right that not too many people have yet discovered an honest restaurantur, the same staff, who remember what you like, and consistent excellent quality and good cooking. What more can you ask. We...More
Careful as you drive in, the entrance is steep. There is a terrace and garden at the rear, which is delightful for eating al fresco. Music from the old days is not loud and adds to the ambience. House wine is tasty, The meat is...More