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“Pit top along bike circuit”
Review of Gilbert's

Gilbert's
Cuisines: Argentinian
Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
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Dining options: After-hours, Breakfast, Reservations
Reviewed 7 December 2013

Gilbert's is a great little restaurant just a tiny bit off the beaten path. We stopped here for lunch and several artisanal beers during our day long bike ride. We were clued into the restaurant by the owner of Cordillera Bike who suggested Gilberts as a place a bit less touristy to get a bit to eat along the Circuit.

Very peaceful place with good food, very good beer and a funky eclectic potpourri of decorations.

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Reviewed 27 November 2013 via mobile

The location is beautiful and quiet, a nice place to stop and have a craft beer on tap just sit outside in the beer garden listening to the birds with your feet up.

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Reviewed 3 March 2013 via mobile

Cute little wood shack run by local young guys who make great artificial beers brewed right there. Nice simple goulash and lamb soups for lunch. A sure stop over if you are out in the area. It was part of your tour with Karwen. So I couldn't comment on the price

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Reviewed 7 April 2012

Nice, quiet place for decent beer (better than anything in Buenos Aires!) and a snack. Can't evaluate the food - only ate empanadas, which were so-so

Thank Jratner629
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Reviewed 15 March 2012

At Elflein 56 in central Bariloche.
Yeah, the beer is amazing, and so are the US$9-14 entrees, $4 glasses of Trapiche Malbec (huge pours), and $5 desserts (roast pears with walnuts, caramel and cream). My companion has the cannelone with spinach in tomato sauce ($9), I had the sirloin with mango chutney, roast potatoes, and vegetable ratatouille ($11). Fantastic food, great prices, great atmosphere (no tourists). Pizza available as are sandwiches and tapas, if you can't find anything you like ($9 trout in lemon sauce) among the 10 entrees. And locally owned to boot. A very special find in an otherwise tourist trap of a town that caters to backpackers at the low end.

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