The service was friendly and the meal started well with salami and cheese tapas and a good choice of wine by the glass. However, the main course was very poor. My husband chose rib-eye steak, cooked "jugoso", which we expect to be medium-rare. The steak was served medium, almost well done, and was tasteless. It did not have the usual rib-eye fattiness. We subsequently realised that the menu said their steaks are "ternera" - which means veal - so no wonder it didn't taste like proper Argentine steak. I chose a river fish recommended by the waitress, served in a lemon and herb sauce. It was served over-cooked, dry and chewy, in a blue-cheese sauce. Our command of Spanish isn't good enough to give constructive criticism but the state of the fish suggested the restaurant was not functioning at all well that evening.
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