We went to this restaurant and we found out that the food is very expensive and at best -mediocre. The view is ok but the same view is accesible for free as well.
1 - 10 of 93 reviews
We got there a tad bit early, we live in Australia so we have early dinners but the waiter was very accommodating. We sat outside and took in the beautiful view, were the three countries, Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet. Because the place was empty...More
We were seated on the patio with a magnificent view of the Iguazu river and the Brazilian jungle across the river. There was only one other couple in the restaurant when we arrived so we anticipated prompt and continued attention. Service turned out to be...More
Beautiful meal which had the best steak during my visit in Argentina! Along with this the view of the river, which consisted of us in Argentina with sun, brasil with rain and Paraguay with lightening was an amazing sight!
We have been at this restaurant twice for dinner during our stay in Puerto del Iguazu. We dont often repeat restaurants when traveling. But the fresh fish and steak drove us back! The prawns pasta is also excellent. All always very fresh!! Staff is nice...More
We waited for almost 1h15 for our dishes ... which were very very disappointing (very dry and not tasty at all). Service very average, staff completely overwhelmed... very pricey for what you get - i wouldn't recommend this place
Visited on a Friday. Nice setting, nice waiters, good vibe to enjoy your meal. We ate a very nice steak, large piece of meat very good taste. The view from your table is incredible! You can see three countries!! Best place is to sit outside!
Went to the three frontiers to watch the sunset along with a dozen coaches and hundreds of people, and spotted this restaurant to the right and down the hill slightly. Nobody in so wondered if it wasn't popular however they had an open fire oven...More
The big plus of this restaurant is its location - as you read in all the guidebooks. Unfortunately that is also its only real plus and the restaurant has built its entire fortunes on it. And why not? It's always packed with Lonely Planet-driven crowds...More