Though this restaurant's huge menu offers food from all over the world, it's the signature German dishes that keep Pinamar residents coming back. The elegant white house the restaurant occupies is a lonely historical orphan among glitzy car showrooms and 1970s tower blocks—it was the home of soprano Bruna Castagna. At lunch or dinner, there's classic Alpine fare like fondues (meat, cheese, and chocolate), smoked pork ribs, or goulash, all artfully presented. Alternatively, come for an afternoon tea of Tante's calorie-filled homemade cakes, strudels, and pastries, as you watch the world pass through the restaurant's big windows or from the large wooden tables on the sidewalk.
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