I don't always take the reviews at TA as the truth, but those of Alto El Fuego were in agreement with my experience. The menu is very limited: about 5 cuts of beef, 2 cuts of pork, chicken, lamb, trout, and innards (sweetbread, intestine and kidneys), 3 versions of green salads, and empanadas. My wife and I ordered our favorite cuts, sirloin (bife de chorizo) and filet (lomo), a mixed salad, and a bottle of Malbec. The steaks were tender, juicy, and cooked exactly to our request of medium rare. My wife is not much of a meat eater and even she completely enjoyed the filet. The salad was fresh and the Malbec was inexpensive and went well with the steaks. The chimichurri that comes with the bread was excellent. The bill was 400 pesos, which is not bad at all considered what we ordered.
If you like simple (seasoned lightly, no sauce), well prepared steaks, you have to try Alto El Fuego.
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