Went with a lot of expectations. The salad was the DIY salad you get at all restaurants. I ordered rabbit. At peso 250 it was a bit dry. Will not recommend this dish. The omelet was good. Chicken regional was good but was fried and...More
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El Rancho is clearly meant to handle large groups of people inside, but we sat at a table literally on the street, next to the curb. As always, we ordered local wine, meaning Torrontés and Malbec, from a more than adequate list. My wife and...More
We had two separate dishes and my first choice was not available Without Cerdo aka pork,swine. Reasonable order taking but thereafter felt like we were ignored. After some 4 decade of wine tasting I feel I have a some valid expectations of what a Mabec...More
I've lived in Salta for 8 years and this is the place we take people when we want them to try really good traditional food. Their meat is good. It will be served a punto as meat is traditionally cooked in Argentina. I love the...More
Food is authentic in a family budget style restaurant. Remember to take pesos to pay as they don't have credit card facilities.
Nice dinner on a cool evening in late June seated at a table pulled up close to the toasty central firepit. Yummy locro and empanadas. Pleasant, attentive, accommodating service (they let us in early, though they were still closed, to warm up around the fire).
We had lunch today. The waiter was very polite but we waited an eternity for a simple salad, 4 empanadas and a tamale. We reached before the lunchtime rush and yet it was long. I suspect the kitchen was slow that day. There were several...More