We had a great lunch here. The mussels were so good !!! Their selection of wines is great. And the service was excellent !!! They also have a seafood soup that was amazing !!! Loved it !!!!
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Great sea food (the trout was excellent) on a varied menu. Friendly and helpful staff are knowledgable about the menu and speak most languages. Thanks for a lovely evening!
Excellent location overlooking the port. Traditional seafood specialities. I had cod in rocquefort blue cheese sauce which was great. It was very busy (so come early if you want to be sure of getting a table) but service wasn't slow and the bilingual staff made...More
Went here on a t a reccomendation and wasnt disappointed. The place was busy and service was prompt. Mainly pasta or seafood. The crabs were very popular and fresh out of the tank. We had crab omletes,salad and rice and drinks for 2 for about...More
I went to lunch at Tia Elvira Small restaurant but very comfortable I ordered king crab with garlic and olive oil It would be nice if they served pasta or rice as side Great serving size Very friendly and they spoke English They have the...More
we had dinner at Tia Elvira to try centolla. We had the simple centolla, the Tia Elvira soup (which is a full plate, a ball full of seafood, vegetables) the abadejo (a very good fish). Good offer of Argentinean whites. the service is very good.
On the recommendation of the concierge at our hotel (he gave several), we decided to try Tia Elvira for some authentic Ushuaian food. We were after seafood since it is a speciality in this area. We went for dinner at 7 pm, right when they...More
While walking around town we stopped in to Tia Elvira for lunch. The walls were decorated with pictures and treasures from the sea. The restaurant was quiet that afternoon, and comfortable. We were there as two couples and tried a selection of their local seafoods...More