Ordered tortilla papas w/chorizo. Couldn't even taste the chorizo inside this big thing that looked like a piece of pie. Very disappointed after reading all the good reviews. The bread with the aioli was better than the main.
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Three of us had lunch there today by chance and had the most delicious meal! Restaurants are celebrating Italian food this week so we opted for the three course Italian lunch menu which included a Gancia aperitif for A$99. Excellent food and service, great atmosphere....More
I don't know if this restaurant has changed ownership, but today the food was very average, and there were a few problems... The first bottle of wine that was brought was oxidized - but it was difficult to tell at first since they had chilled...More
We made our way downtown because someone we now who REALLY knows food told us about this little place. Unfortanedly its lunch & brunch only, because it was memorable! Very creative menu with a special, everything fresh, fresh,fresh! Contempary approach to food......
In the central barrio of Montserrat, next to its popular sibling San Telmo, Moreneta is one of the best places to eat creative and delicious food in Buenos Aires. It's open weekdays until 7pm for the local businessmen, offering 2 fixed lunch menu plus a...More