A friend who grew up eating Sunday brunch here inviting me. The decor is rustic 1950's, other than the flatscreen television, which certainly was showing the Argentine World Cup game during theafternoon. We arrived at 830, place was empty. Within an hour, all tables for full. And it was a Wednesday.
Steaks are perfectly cooked and ample. Cream spinach and mashed potatoes sides were flawless. And from our perspective, although the place was jamming busy, service proved extremely efficient, and in terms of Buenos Aires, quite cordial. Also, we sat talking for over 2 hours, having just entrees and drinks. Never felt rushed to leave or move. Quite a nice change.
Looking for a place where locals eat? Where people turn their heads when you have a Spanish accent other than Portena? This would be a good choice.
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