We went there for dinner on a Friday night. Empanadas were good, probably the beef ones were better than other flavors, we didn't try humita, though. Staff was very nice, making sure we had all we needed. We ordered ravioli (which was cheesy ravioli, with more cheese on top and very oily pesto), and parrillada with salad. It was just OK, nothing special.
The place is very informal, like family style which we're just fine with, but the meals were not impressive at all and the chimichurri wasn't that good either.
Having been to many Argentine restaurants, I was expecting much more than the quality of food we got. Probably not going back, not really worth the trip, unless they put more effort on what they do.