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  • Cabrera 5300 Map It
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Updated 07/10/2014

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When you're searching for creative Argentine tapas, look no further than the eclectic selection of dishes off the rambling menu at this longtime favorite. Don't miss the perfectly poached eggs with bacon and grilled cheese, served up in a cocktail glass for dipping, nor the perfectly smoked fresh fish. Formerly Freud & Fahler (the NC stands for Nueva Casa), they took over the space vacated by the much-lamented loss of La Cupertina, everyone's favorite empanada

shop. By turns coffee and pastry shop and evening tapas bar, with a few solid main courses thrown in, as well as a selection of prix-fixe and tasting menu options, this is not the place you'll remember if you visited the old location. Best bet, a bottle of wine and a selection of tapas from the ever-changing menu.

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Cabrera 5300, at Godoy Cruz, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1414, Argentina

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  • No credit cards
  • Closed Sun.

Updated 07/10/2014


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Aug 12, 2010

Freud y Fahler Review

Freud y Fahler is not only one of the best eating experiences in Buenos Aires, it is one of the best that I have had in a number of cities including New York. The atmosphere is simple and without pretension which helps clear the stage for the food. wow. Every detail of each plate is considered, artful and surprising. Mustard honey sorbet served with rabbit for an appetizer. Sweatbreads with soy, bok choy and ham. Spaghetti made from parmesan and served

with a poached egg, pepper sauce, bacon, greens and an herb butter. The spaghettis are incredible and always changing. Pork with two cuts each cooked in different ways. The wine is always consistent and the meats delicious. We always leave feeling like we just experienced something special and unique which makes me want to try everything on the menu. I wish I could eat here every week!!!

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By Ian

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Nov 9, 2006

BsAs shabby chic

I lived in BsAs for 8 months and this was one of the best little restaurants I found. Cool, shabbby, trendy... great starter of tomato ice cream, hot camembert, & pesto. Their bread is amazing too. The fixed menu lunch is average (I would bet that is the 1 bad review) but great value and superb food. The lamb was divine (or re-rico as they say down there.

By Marilyn

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Jun 8, 2006

The steak was tougher than Manolete

Ordered the 2 course lunch menu. My main dish was Beef Milanese, a sort of wiener schnitzel, more beef than veal. Pedestrian but edible. My husband had steak. He ordered it medium rare - it came very well done. No sword killed this animal - maybe a chainsaw. It was older than Methuseleh and tougher than a gambler's luck. The desserts - chocolate cake with ice cream and plum sauce, and chocolate marquise were OK, particularly the marquise, essentially

a very firm mousse. The price $18 included a generous glass of malbec, and coffee. By coincidence we paid the same at Palaccio des Papas Fritas for a much better meal. To be fair the pretty waitress did offer to replace the inedible meat but by that time we'd lost interst. It was a cheap meal but not worth even what we paid. A total waste of calories. The only reason it scores 1 for food is I can't go any lower - my husband wanted me to put a minus five in the box. DON'T GO!

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