My wife and I had lunch here. Service was good, food was marginal and beer/wine list was bad. I had kidneys in sherry sauce that were hard and overcooked. Not the worst meal I’ve ever had but I wouldn’t eat there again.
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Food was really bad. Chicken tasteless. Veal as tough and bland as cardboard. Salad 'add ons' like peas and corn tasted like they came straight out of a can. Waited 20 minutes to be served water and wine...only after flagging down a waiter..... and an...More
Went to this place 2 times during my week in Buenos Aires. The first time, me and my wife had 2 meat plates with beers. The food was good, nothing in special, but the service was terrible. The waiters never looked at your faces nor...More
Loved this place! We sat in the dining area with the green high tops & stools, a classic bodegon, good food, good unassuming service, in the heart of Palermo Soho. NOT fancy but rather simple & straight forward. You'll love the interiors, felt like we...More
We were in Palermo looking for an hamburguesa, a typical meal in Buenos Aires found everywhere. This is best I ever had, very crispy. The place is something! It looks like an old small market, with high tables. I have not seen any tourist there...More
No frills, no fanciness just laid back atmosphere and authentic food. It was all very basic but delicious and fun nevertheless!
It worth only to get inside for the atmosphere and the decorations; it reminds me of an old "osteria" the one you can find in Italy. The food is good and taste homemade. Get a Fernet after the meal!
+ Rude Staff + Bad food - They served us expired meatballs. + Expensive Definitely one of the worst places I've ever eaten in BsAs. Never again.
Poor food, not fresh. Poor service, very slow. Not clean. Furniture feels authentic, but nothing particularly attractive. I do not reccomend.
I did not try the food, or buy anything from the store. But I did go there on purpose purely for its literary value. "El Preferido de Palermo" was immortalised in one of Borges's poems: "A general store pink as the back of a playing...More