3 course dinner plus drink for 200p. All delicious, including the large glass of red wine. I enjoyed the fillet de merluza a la plancha on my second visit.
Imagine a fixed-price dinner in a downtown city area for only $10 including plentiful French bread, beverage, appetizer, main course, dessert and after-dinner limoncello. Well, here it is. Wide variety of options in the appetizer and entree sections. Food is freshly-made, comes hot and quickly...More
Day one in Buenos Aires and where to eat? Just a few minute's walk from the Europlaza Hotel and we found this place on the next corner - it was perfect for what we were after - something good to eat, pleasant location but busy...More
We arrived at 10.30pm on a Tuesday night. Place was busy but we managed a table upstairs in the window. Service from Hector was great. He was patient while we plodded through the menu with our very bad Spanish. The food arrived very quickly. The...More
Unfortunately a tourist trap. The waiter opened abruptly with: 'What do you want to drink?' 'Hola, Que tal' might have been nice. Good start. Spaghetti starter was a large bowl of luke warm spaghetti with a small some tomato sauce poured over it. More spaghetti...More
If you want the advertised "cheap combo", bring cash. Otherwise you have to order off a set (more expensive) menu. Food was pretty bland, and for almost $10US each, not really worth it. Boyfriend ordered ravioli, of which there were only 5, seriously. They were...More