Pizza is top notch here, but having visited for the second time, the waiters could care less about the level of service. Probably will just grab a slice next time instead of sitting in the restaurant!
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Excellent pizza, great service, friendly staff. They do have an English menu, but mostly caters to locals (which in my opinion, is a great thing).
Very busy place but you can’t go to Buenos Aires without visiting Pizzeria Guerrin. A small pizza in Argentina = large servings in other countries. I experienced quick service, helpful waiters - they say the proof is in the eating - it was. Hint :...More
After finding this restaurant from recommendations online, we decided to visit. The atmosphere is fantastic. Noisy and crowded but full of energy with waiters sweeping past with pizzas on their wrists and customers enjoying their meals. We had a grande pizza and it was very...More
Argentinean pizza, thick and full of chesse. Not particulary expensive. If you want to know what we argentineans call "pizza", this is a must.
We’ve been there to eat « the best pizza in the world ». It has been a little deception for us as the service wasn’t incredible, the wine was really bad (really) and finally the pizza we ordered (cheese and mushrooms) hadn’t fresh ingredients, mushrooms coming from...More
Established in 1932 it is still packed with mostly locals and of course few tourists. Pizzas are thick and juicy, dripping with cheese. But empanadas are the one I would go for. Best we had in BA. Savory and sweet take your pick. Packed from...More
This place is always packed... Once you enter it feels like you are watching a theater play. Everyone is talking, waiters screaming orders, bringing stacks of new plates on their head, people laughing while standing in line... Definitely an interesting place to observe the people....More