This Argentinean steak house is rustic yet elegant, with dark wooden tables and arched brick ceilings. The house cocktail, clericot, made from red wine, sparkling cider, and fresh fruit, is prepared at your table. For starters, try the traditional empanadas (turnovers stuffed with spinach and cheese). Although tenderloin steak is the most popular choice here, the lamb threaded on skewers and grilled over a brick fire is also delicious. Be sure to leave room for alfajor, a crisp pastry dessert layered with caramel and pecans. The tango music coupled with views of Coral Negro Market give this restaurant an international flair, and help you forget that you're inside a shopping mall. With enough room for 350 people, the dining room tends to get rather loud at night, and there's no outdoor seating.