Pop-art posters add some flair to this foodie favorite. With a short but creative menu, this spot serves some of the most interesting food to be found in the district. Don't miss out on the house specialties: phyllo-wrapped Morbier cheese salad as a starter and the perfectly cooked ojo de bife (rib-eye steak). The kitchen also deftly turns out perfectly cooked pastas, particularly those incorporating fresh seafood. Relax, enjoy a glass of wine, read the paper, sit
at the bar and chat, and eat well. Hours can be as eclectic as their food, and they may or may not open at posted times, though likely they won't be too far off.
San Martín 941, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1004, Argentina
Mar 27, 2007
After checking into our hotel from an overnight flight, we headed out to find a quick bite to eat. We happened upon this great restaurant quite by accident. It is quiet small with a very friendly wait staff. Everything was wonderful and it was a delightful way to start off our trip. A few days later on our return trip from Iguazu Falls the plane arrived late. We were delighted to know that such a wonderful restaurant was but a few blocks from
our hotel. Dinner could not have been any better and our dining experiences at both lunch and dinner exceeded our expectations.