We tried 3 types of pizza and 3 types of empanadas and all were excellent. Simple but very flavourful. It is a casual eatery that is very busy and very noisy but is a fun place to be. Service is very efficient. Given the lineups...More
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There are a few pizzerias from the 1930's in Buenos Aires. This is one of the best. Great pizzas, good empanadas, some desserts, no coffee, and one of the busiest.
It is one of the most famous restaurants for a pizza in Buenos Aires (on a Tuesday, at 10 pm there was a huge queue waiting for a place). It is a simple restaurant, with a lively atmosphere, crowded with locals of all ages and...More
Went for the empanadas and also because it was walking distance from my hotel. The empanadas were good, though not the best I had in the city, the service was good. But the best part was just watching the local scene on a Friday night....More
When nearing to famous El Cuartito in Retiro district, BA, and looking at its vintage sign we felt like in a street of Manhattan. More Spanish Harlem vibes inside in the large room packed with noisy happy local families. Socios club deco, school canteen setting,...More
Our second night in Argentina we were told to try the Fugazetta. This place was among the list and we were glad we went. Even though we could hardly speak any Spanish, the waiter suffered through our butchering of his language with great humour and...More
Our hotel doorman recommended this on Friday evening. He did not mention that the wait in line on the street would be long, so at first we were miffed; however, after waiting in line for almost 40 mintues....it was totally worth it! The place was...More
Great place, good atmosphere, good food. Football was on the TV which always adds to the atmosphere in a restaurant in Argentina!
This was promoted to us as a classic place to go for Argentinian pizza. If so, Argentinian pizza is best avoided; it is really not worth eating. The service was also terrible, in fact the server avoided us so systematically, that we were ultimately forced...More