The meat is good. The other dishes are good. The lamb is the best I have ever had in an Argentine restaurant. They have a great wine list covering all prices, with helpful staff to advise, and a lovely cava which you can visit. There is not much view, but the building is beautiful, nicely lit, and most wooden construction, with a really nice atmosphere, although it is large so other than weekends it is rarely even half full. The parillas are also good, although that quality of meat is fairly common in this region, but the slow-cooked lamb (asado) is mouth-watering. It's very laid back and relaxed, you can spend hours there. The deserts are also excellent, and I've always found the staff to be very friendly. One of my favourites in Bariloche, and reasonably priced to not be only for special occaisons.
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