A very tiny but cozy place. Service is very informal, but food is really amazing, real Italian cuisine. Best burrata ever!
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This place was around the corner from my house, cosy literally restaurant with small outside eating area on the street. The food is sublime from start to finish. They bring out delicious focaccia before your meal. Seriously recommend eating here especially if you get there set priced menu.
Wanted to celebrate Valentine Day in a special Italian renown restaurant and we were lucky to find a table as we went early.We ordered entrees and Italian pasta. The entrees were good , not fantastic , just good , and when the pasta arrived my husband's pasta was raw , not " al dente " but raw , it cracked... More
Recommended to us by our hotel, this restaurant wound up being one of the best meals we had in South America. I'm typically VERY picky about Italian food, but the sauce was excellent and my pasta was perfectly al dente. I ordered an appetizer that was monstrous..tomatoes, a huge portion of fresh mozzarella (looked housemade, though I'm not positive about... More
Had a great lunch at Cucina Paradise. The tagliatelle with pesto sauce was great. Price a little steep but worth every penny for the great taste and attentive service. Managed to seat outside on a nice afternoon. Was the only customers at noon. After finishing our lunch, the place was starting to get full inside.
This is a lovely place to enjoy lunch or dinner. The food is lovely and the service just right. It's definitely high end and pasta dishes, although good, are a little prices at c.280. That's said its a lovely experience and has a good wine selection.
We enjoyed an amazing meal at Cecina Paradiso. Both my husband and I were impressed with the fresh pasta and the delicious flavours. It's a tiny restaurant, and full of charm. It was full by 8:15, so be sure to get there early. I highly recommend it!
Chef Donato de Santis is a well renowned chef for Italian food. The Cucina Paradiso is one of two of his restaurants in Buenos Aires. The restaurant is located on Arevalo street and has only 24 seats, but the food is excellent. I ate the menu of the day (350 pesos) which include an appetizer with raw ham, búfala cheese... More
I have been to this place multiple times, and the last trip I had the opportunity to chat with the owner and got even a better impression of the place. I think its a must if you are in Palermo. The menu changes daily.
What a beautiful and authentic place. The owner is there and told us his story. Is a real amazing place to have the best Italian food in town by far.
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