Went there because of the reviews and comments about being the place to go for a good pizza. Since I was not in the mood for pizza asked for one that doesn't come with cheese but a lot of onions. Also ordered a empanada so...More
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This is not just about eating pizza. This was the experience of a Saturday night in Buenos Aires where Guerrin was jam packed at 10:30 PM. This was also a great dinner with a friend. The waiters are highly expert in handling the situation and...More
This is a real classic in Buenos Aires. It is not confortable but the pizza worth trying it. Founded in 1932 is part of the landscape in "Av.Corrientes". If you want to get in touch with local culture this is a place.
This place is always packed with locals and tourists eating a slice of pizza or trying the empanadas. The service is very quick and it seems like a bit of an institution. The pizza however is nothing to write home about, it is just a...More
We went to this pizzeria after the recommendations given by our guides. It was a real disappointment. The environment was dirty everywhere like you could not touch the table. We order only one pizza that only pizza could not be called. No taste no nothing....More
Lots of melted mozzarella, even runs off the crust as it is served... Nice soft crust with a bit of a char, great flavors...had half with ham and pimento red peppers and green olives...requested fresh garlic as well...absolutely delicious! There are dozens of combinations available....More
The huge line outside caught our attention. Inside there’s an impressive vibe with hundreds of people enjoying cheap pizza either standing up or seated in the restaurant in the back. The waiters are a bit grumpy but service is quick, the pizza is good and...More