Mom and dad are in the kitchen, and their grown-up daughters wait tables, but the real secret to this family-run restaurant are the killer pasta recipes grandma brought with her from Italy. The creamy whiskey-and-tomato sauce packs a punch, but it's not just flavors that knock you over here. Portions of pancetta-and-broccoli or ricotta ravioli easily serve two, while the mammoth lasagna, scattered with tiny meatballs, might fill even more. Their dense tiramisu might be
too much to contemplate; the trembling panna cotta in marmalade sauce is easier to deal with.
Av. Lucero at Cerchunoff, Mar de las Pampas, Buenos Aires, 7165, Argentina