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Restó Review

After training with two of the world's most renowned chefs—Spain's Ferran Adriá and France's Michel Bras—chef-owner María Barrutia came back to Buenos Aires and made a very big splash in this very small space, hidden deep inside the Society of Architects. Her menu is short, sweet, and reasonably priced. Three set-price menus pair ingredients like codorniz (quail) with Argentina's more traditional foods like zapallo (squash). They're all honored with classic European treatments, including expertly reduced sauces. The molten chocolate cake, adapted from Bras, is unforgettable.

    Contact Information

  • Address: Montevideo 938, Centro, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires 1019 | Map It
  • Phone: 11/4816–6711
  • Metro D to Callao.
  • Location: Centro

    Restaurant Details

  • Reservations essential.
  • No credit cards.
  • Closed weekends. No dinner Mon.–Wed.
Updated: 03-31-2011

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    Restó Review

    A short menu , meaning everything fresh and made to order. I had a lovely appetizer , artichoke hearts, butter lettuce and pecan nuts with a great dressing ,and for main dish , abadejo, a white fish done to perfection with a sauce based in a light cheese or sour cream, side dish esparragos and bacon. The dessert was a light curd with caramel and fresh cherries.
    They offer an ample choice of wines and beers. Lunch came up to aprox. 24 dollars per person.I love this place have been there several times and never been disappointed.

    by Graziella5b, 12/13/09

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