We ate at Primafila, a rather nice place with a large open patio overlooking the parks along Avenida Liberdad, one of the city's main ceremonial avenues. Surprisingly the wine was good and the food very nice.
We began with a small selection of squid tempura with zucchini and a relish of sliced cucumbers and radishes. Then my husband moved on to a risotto of langoustine and shrimp that was loaded with essence of shellfish and was light and good. I had what was called "Four-hour braised rib roast" after I found out they were out of sweetbreads. This turned out to be a lush pot roast that fairly oozed gravy and good spicing. Very well matched with what the Argentines call creamy potatoes. The wine was a nice Malbec from Mendoza, a 2012 Niente Senentiner. Quite luscious.
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