Went here and lived the interior of the restaurant. Big and open. The food and service were both very good. I had the lamb and loved it. The bar set up is really cool as well as the wood burning fire place.
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I went on Friday night with a friend and was so disappointed. I ordered lamb and it came with mashed potatoes!! so I asked if I could have spinach instead. The waiter said' you want something green?' so I said yes. He brought me lamb...More
After being fed up with the local grill, Crizia was an oasis on this meat meat meat land. We had seafood, pasta and a Brie based plate out of this world. I guess they've been paying attention to the reviews, because the service was very...More
The food was ok, but the service was terrible! An arrogant bald waiter, with different clothes from the other waiters, answered us totally indifferently. It was my second and last time there. Never more. Does the owner knows this!?
After 2 nights of eating beef in BA, I was craving sea food. The concierge at our hotel in Palermo recommend Crizia and it was great. The industrial ambience was a nice change from the steak house bodegas. The food was delicious- Patagonian oysters, ceviche,...More
I know that what some people think that what matters is the food, but for us the service is really important. We like a warm service, we like to talk with the waiters and sommeliers, hear their suggestions, ... In Crizia, the food was nice,...More
We had a lovely evening in this spectacular place, starting with great cocktails at the bar. It's in a once industrial space with some spectacular art and an open kitchen. Our server was from Maine so her English was a wonderful relief from our limited...More
My husband and I wandered into Crizia one evening, not knowing anything about the place. The restaurant is very stylish - probably one of the more modern looking settings in Buenos Aires. The menu was interesting - giving us a chance to get away from...More