The two times I´ve been there the food was cold and tasted like it was microwaved and not made on the actual day.
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The strongest point of this restaurant is the service. Our waiter was attentive and professional. The food itself was just so-so. My wife got the Milanese. It covered the whole (10") plate. Mashed potatoes that came with the meal was probably two cups or more....More
No problem with the service, just absolutely gross food. My friend and I booked it out of there after barely touching our meals because they were downright disgusting. Skip.
It's a traditional and affordable restaurante from the area. Last time I went was very disappointed; we ordered simple and standard plates but they weren't at all good. The "milanesas" for example were dry, and with much more bread crumbs than beef.
Good food in a good location. Varied menu, good portions. Not popular with tourists, great place to dine with friends. Relaxed atmosphere.
Across form the famous El Ataneo Splendid bookstore is La Farola. This is a very reasonably priced venerable Italian restaurant on Santa Fe. They have a very good and low priced menu del dia. This is a nice place with attentive waiters , white table...More
I've been here twice, I tried ravioli and pasta, but they taste very average and the sauce is not good at all. so don't try pasta.
We went there based on a local recommendation! The service was excellent, I had Lomo ( as usual) it was very good, my friend had fish, like the milanases they serve, the fish portion was enough to feed a family of 4, very well prepared...More
Looking for a late-night place (which seems to be the norm for dinner in Buenos Aires) I stumbled onto this place. Service was inattentive - perhaps because I looked like the tourist I am. Got an English menu (Italian would have done fine too) and...More
nothing more to say, ask for the most simple pizza you have in mind and they make it delicious, crust is well cooked, toppings are simple but great and fresh, cheese is awesome! milanesas in all kinds are great here (breaded slice of meat, deepfried)