My husband and I dined at 1810 Argentinian Restaurant on June 12, 2014. We were told that they did not take reservations for parties of two and that dining at 8 p.m. on a Thursday night would not be a problem. We arrived shortly after 8 p.m. and were seated promptly. The restaurant was nicely decorated with exposed brick walls. There was a nice bar area and some communal tables as well. The food was fantastic. We started off with two appetizers: the chicken empanada and grilled chorizo sausage. Both were very good. The empanada was flaky. We each had a glass of wine with our dinner. I had the salmon with a roasted tomato sauce and my husband had the same braised short ribs with garlic mashed potatoes. I really enjoyed the salmon. My husband enjoyed his short ribs as well but it was different than what we expected. It was more like grilled meat and did not come with a sauce. It was 3 thinly sliced pieces of ribs, with 3 bones per rib. It is very similar to Korean bbq ribs in look, but not taste. For dessert we had the Argentinian crepes filled with a caramel sauce. There were two crepes in the order. My husband loved the crepes but it wasn't for me which I expected not being a crepe lover. Overall, we had a great time and will certainly be back. The staff was extremely helpful and pleasant.
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