Just to say i was given a table with a used ashtray... it’s illegal to smoke in closed restaurants. Forks and knives seemed used... Never never again....
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We were in this restaurant with a group of friends for lunch. They have a fixed price menu, with three options for main course and two options for desserts. Dessert can be exchanged for an espresso. For drinks the choice is a bottle of mineral...More
Dinner tonight was excellent. Found this little restaurant while out walking the back streets this morning and went back at lunch time to book a table for tonight. Cute little locked door restaurant as most are here. The food was amazing, the steaks were cooked...More
I was here with friends of the local university. Indeed this was a good choice. It has a local and cozy atmosphere. We had one of the house specials with lomo and malbec as wine. The food was fresh and abundant, the service correct. The...More
Across the road from Howard Johnsons Recoleta it didn't open till 2015hrs. Plenty of small cafes around to have a drink in while we waited. Got there about 2045 to find filling up with guests, Monday night!. Seats about 60 with nice decor and nice...More
Brut was just across from Arc Recoleta Hotel so we tried it one night and liked it so much we ate there again. Full of locals from the neighbourhood we were the only gringo tourists. Great local food. Had the "Jane " hearts of palm...More
This restaurant is opposite a Howard Johnson Hotel and about 150 m to the left from Arc Recoleta. It is very good. It has an extensive wine list (all affordable) and an extensive food menu. The proprietor speaks good English and the menu is in...More
we visited there after going to the fine arts museum. The staff were great, the place was busy, and the food was great. Very reasonably priced and decent wine by the glass. I would go back!