Buenos Ayres is always a good place to eat Argentine type of food, mostly beef, but they have good pastas also.
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Wow! Want a nice meal from an extremely friendly restaurant, try this place. The sauces for the appetizers were the absolute best! Try the shrimp as appetizer.
The food here was great. The monfongo with churrasco was off the chart. Very chill place to go in casual attire, plenty of space to handle a group. Bartender was very cool and talkative. Most of the staff spoke English very well.
To begin, I came here late on a Sunday evening and was seated. Apparently, they stay open later than most restaurants on a Sunday. Service was very, very slow throughout the evening, with long lapses in between courses. They were able to make a Brazilian...More
Upon entrance it was awkward to get a table, this was because of low personnel. I personally think that a successful business needs to be on point always and hace the required waiters to not sacrifice excellent service. About the food, appetizers were okay, especially...More
We stayed at the Best Western Plus Condado Palm hotel which is across the street from this restaurant. I had read the reviews on Tripadvisor before we left home. We were standing on our balcony at the Best Western and there Buenos Ayers was with...More
Let me tell y'all how good this place was. My sister and I went here twice within 4 days. You haven't had an empanada or caramelized plantain until you've had theirs. It was soooo authentic that you could taste a hint of seasoning and love...More
We just went to the nearest place after checking into out hotel at the Palms Coronado BW. It's right across the street and it was so good. I had the best fish tacos ever! My friends had bacon cheeseburgers because their not the venturing type...More
I went there twice during my stay. Many interesting choices on the menu, representing both Argentinian and local Puerto Rican cuisine. I had the empanadas (very good), chorizo al vino (just ok), gambas al ajillo (good) and "milhojas con dulce de leche" for dessert (very...More