Some of the reviews said the staff is rude but the staff that we met is quite nice and friendly. The food is good and the price is reasonable.
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Good quality and simple homemade food. Had a thin steak with caramelized onions, fries, and salad, it was really good. Also had an empanada which I thought was too greasy. Very cheap!
Loved this place only about 20 tables,run by two ladies who are great fun. Lots of locals eat there. Food really good and great value.not much English spoken but we got by. Service was really good. Loved all the wood panels and bar. Will definitely...More
I ate three times at Chelles: brunch upon arrival and two late lunches. Generally, it was a very satisfactory experience (I would not have returned otherwise), a bit like dining in a family. Even though the little restaurant is situated in a busy and touristy...More
Stopped for lunch to eat some local cuisine and grab a beer after the National Museum. Right on the pedestrian avenue. Friendly wait staff and simple food choices. Had the casada, one with bisteak and one with chicken. The grilled chicken was unfortunately a bit...More
Bit of a hole in the wall. They aren't rushing to clean off the tables after diners leave but I loved the authenticity. Extra star for being open late and taking american $ and patiently answering all my dumb questions on how food is prepared.
Visited here on New Year's Day. Went into the restaurant and was greeted with "Hola Chino." For those of you that don't know, that means, "Hi Chinese." Then when I complained to the boss lady, she smiled and tried to change the topic. Don't support...More
This place has been around for over 100 years and so you would expect and get simple but delicious local fare. The Restaraunt is small and can hold 20 in tightly set tables. We had a Casado with beef and one with chicken. All Casadas(...More