Buenos Aires Restaurant

★★★★★
A prime lunch spot in the heart of the East Village! Drop in or make a reservation today & enjoy our delicious lunch menu!
  • 513 E 6th St

    New York, NY 10009

    Cross street: Between Avenue A and Avenue B

    Map & Directions
  • 212-228-2775

About Buenos Aires Restaurant

Hours
Mon - Thu: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am Fri - Sat: 12:00 pm - 1:00 am Sun: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am

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The place was good and the churrasco that I odrdered was grilled very well. The empanadas were heavenly but the wait was long. The servings are really big so arrive hungry and don't order too much - I couldn't finish my meal. Overall this is a nice place.

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★★★★☆

The place was good and the churrasco that I odrdered was grilled very well. The empanadas were heavenly but the wait was long. The servings are really big so arrive hungry and don't order too much - I couldn't finish my meal. Overall this is a nice place.

Pros: big servings

Cons: long wait

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I love this place.The filet mignon I ordered was cooked perfectly.The malbec fabre was exquisite and the price was very reasonable.Thank you very much Buenos Aires.

2
★★★★★

I love this place.The filet mignon I ordered was cooked perfectly.The malbec fabre was exquisite and the price was very reasonable.Thank you very much Buenos Aires.

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I really enjoyed this place.the food is out of this world.the wine list is long and accomadates all tastes.the service makes you feel at home like the way mom takes care of you when you go visit her.HAVE KIDS? no problem here.just an all around great eating experience.

2
★★★★★

I really enjoyed this place.the food is out of this world.the wine list is long and accomadates all tastes.the service makes you feel at home like the way mom takes care of you when you go visit her.HAVE KIDS? no problem here.just an all around great eating experience.

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I really enjoyed eating here.the food was incredible and the service too.the only argentinian restaurant with over fifty different types of wine from argentina.try the navarro corea.the grilled sweat breads were mouth watering.and the price really unbelievable.I definitely will come back.

2
★★★★★

I really enjoyed eating here.the food was incredible and the service too.the only argentinian restaurant with over fifty different types of wine from argentina.try the navarro corea.the grilled sweat breads were mouth watering.and the price really unbelievable.I definitely will come back.

Pros: excellent food

Cons: no reservations

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I've been to this place twice in the last few weeks. Both times I had the filet w/ peppercorn sauce an mixed veggies @ $23 + per plate. Both times an awesome piece of meat and easily equal if not better than cuts I've had for north of $35. I tried the grilled octopus appetizer which was mouth watery, and also the grilled calamari salad which was delectable. For dessert, definitely try the caramel flan. its not generic flan, but an absolute dream. Also, try the 20-year old port (for $10). An absolute steal in NYC. The only negatives I would say are: (a) the word is definitely way out on this place so if you go there fri - sun after 7 PM, you'll have to wait. Also, another downside is that some of the patrons go there and order like nothing, but yap for hours while others of us are menu tasters and will spend accordingly. They have some sign up now that you have to spend $30 per person during world cup soccer, but good luck enforcing that one. I will also say that the wines we tried were not special. I belive we tried the Malbecs, both Oak barreled and non. No offense to Argentines on this board, but perhaps they do not keep the wines well over there due to the heat from the kitchen, etc. Overall a great place, but extremely small space. Oh, and the last time I went, the busboy took my $20 port which was half full at the time (probably in a rush to get us out of there due to the wait behind us). A quick complaint to the owner and I was given a replacement. No worries. Great place, but prepare to wait. btw,

2
★★★★★

I've been to this place twice in the last few weeks. Both times I had the filet w/ peppercorn sauce an mixed veggies @ $23 + per plate. Both times an awesome piece of meat and easily equal if not better than cuts I've had for north of $35. I tried the grilled octopus appetizer which was mouth watery, and also the grilled calamari salad which was delectable. For dessert, definitely try the caramel flan. its not generic flan, but an absolute dream. Also, try the 20-year old port (for $10). An absolute steal in NYC. The only negatives I would say are: (a) the word is definitely way out on this place so if you go there fri - sun after 7 PM, you'll have to wait. Also, another downside is that some of the patrons go there and order like nothing, but yap for hours while others of us are menu tasters and will spend accordingly. They have some sign up now that you have to spend $30 per person during world cup soccer, but good luck enforcing that one. I will also say that the wines we tried were not special. I belive we tried the Malbecs, both Oak barreled and non. No offense to Argentines on this board, but perhaps they do not keep the wines well over there due to the heat from the kitchen, etc. Overall a great place, but extremely small space. Oh, and the last time I went, the busboy took my $20 port which was half full at the time (probably in a rush to get us out of there due to the wait behind us). A quick complaint to the owner and I was given a replacement. No worries. Great place, but prepare to wait. btw,

Pros: Stellar Food for Meat lovers

Cons: Wine not kept well, long wait, table hoggers who spend nothing

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I am not Argentine but lived in Argentina many years. Frankly I have been deeply disappointed by other steak places in New York, particularly those that call themselves Argentine, most of them are extremely expensive but with meat of low quality and if they have good meat most of the time they do not know how to grill it. The ambiance is great, very easy going and the service is excellent. I have made it a habit to eat there every Sunday, but unless you eat at unusual times (like I do) you better make a reservation. Try it you wont regret it.

2
★★★★★

I am not Argentine but lived in Argentina many years. Frankly I have been deeply disappointed by other steak places in New York, particularly those that call themselves Argentine, most of them are extremely expensive but with meat of low quality and if they have good meat most of the time they do not know how to grill it. The ambiance is great, very easy going and the service is excellent. I have made it a habit to eat there every Sunday, but unless you eat at unusual times (like I do) you better make a reservation. Try it you wont regret it.

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The food's good, the wine's moderately priced and the ambience is fine. It's just...you had better be from Argentina.

They dont take reservations and after waiting for over 2 hours it was frustrating to see that people were skipped in front of you just because they happened to be from the same country as the maitre d'. That said there arent any other decent steak places in the East Village so if youre hankering for some cow go early, go weekdays or just practise your Buenas Aires lisp and youre all set...

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★★★☆☆

The food's good, the wine's moderately priced and the ambience is fine. It's just...you had better be from Argentina.

They dont take reservations and after waiting for over 2 hours it was frustrating to see that people were skipped in front of you just because they happened to be from the same country as the maitre d'. That said there arent any other decent steak places in the East Village so if youre hankering for some cow go early, go weekdays or just practise your Buenas Aires lisp and youre all set...

Pros: Food, Wine

Cons: Service, Crowded

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I found this wonderfull place in my neighborhood. The best steak and the best price you can find.
And ald have free wireless conection for my laptop. The service and the people who work at Buenos Aires are so friendly and nice. Great Place, Great Food!!!!

2
★★★★★

I found this wonderfull place in my neighborhood. The best steak and the best price you can find.
And ald have free wireless conection for my laptop. The service and the people who work at Buenos Aires are so friendly and nice. Great Place, Great Food!!!!

Pros: Price, Free wireless, Food

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Ive been in Argentina many times and there are not many Argentinean Rests. as good as this one in New York. The Bife de Chorizo and the Entrana are out of this world. I hope the prices dont go up as it becomes famous. The wines are incredible. They even have the HENRY LAGARDE RESERVA wines that are difficult to find in NYC. Try the Malbec or the Cabernet Sauvignon, they are probably the best value you can find.

2
★★★★★

Ive been in Argentina many times and there are not many Argentinean Rests. as good as this one in New York. The Bife de Chorizo and the Entrana are out of this world. I hope the prices dont go up as it becomes famous. The wines are incredible. They even have the HENRY LAGARDE RESERVA wines that are difficult to find in NYC. Try the Malbec or the Cabernet Sauvignon, they are probably the best value you can find.

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simple is more,Excelent meat ,cook to perfection.great energy and super wines

2
★★★★★

simple is more,Excelent meat ,cook to perfection.great energy and super wines

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The food is very tasty and the meat so tender. It is better than dinning at grandmother's. Try the Dulce de Leche crepes and you will fall in love with Buenos Aires in New York City.

2
★★★★★

The food is very tasty and the meat so tender. It is better than dinning at grandmother's. Try the Dulce de Leche crepes and you will fall in love with Buenos Aires in New York City.

Pros: Food, Service, Decor

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I had been in Buenos Aires with some of my french friends this week. We enjoyed a wonderfull dinner at Buenos Aires. The filet mignon was incredible and the Pollo al Champignon as well. The caramel crepes and flan were supreme. I recomend Diablo del Uco Merlot wine
We will be back at this Fantastic argentinean restaurant.

Go to Buenos Aires and Bon apetit.......

2
★★★★★

I had been in Buenos Aires with some of my french friends this week. We enjoyed a wonderfull dinner at Buenos Aires. The filet mignon was incredible and the Pollo al Champignon as well. The caramel crepes and flan were supreme. I recomend Diablo del Uco Merlot wine
We will be back at this Fantastic argentinean restaurant.

Go to Buenos Aires and Bon apetit.......

Pros: Food, Wines, Inexpensive

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Buenos Aires in the East Village is a miracle. You do not need to travel for have an authentic argentinean steak. Just go to 6th Street between A and B in NYC. The decor is really very argentinean style, the food and the wines as well.
The best steak y had in NYC was the shell steak i had in Buenos Aires. The empanadas are delicious. Do not forget to try argentinean Malbec The best !!!!!
Great food, great service and great price!!!!!!

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★★★★★

Buenos Aires in the East Village is a miracle. You do not need to travel for have an authentic argentinean steak. Just go to 6th Street between A and B in NYC. The decor is really very argentinean style, the food and the wines as well.
The best steak y had in NYC was the shell steak i had in Buenos Aires. The empanadas are delicious. Do not forget to try argentinean Malbec The best !!!!!
Great food, great service and great price!!!!!!

Pros: Exellent Food, Price, Service

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I lived in Buenos Aires Argentina for 10 years. Now i found an authentic argentinean food in New York City.

I recomend the ribe eye, just delicious and the caramel panqueque is to die. The argentinean wines exellent.
The service was veryt friendly and profesional.
No cuestion about. Try this place is just Wonderfull and you do not have to pay anymore an overprice steak in NYC.
Buenos Aires is an authentic argentinean restaurant style and the prices are so inexopensive as in Buenos Aires Argentina

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★★★★★

I lived in Buenos Aires Argentina for 10 years. Now i found an authentic argentinean food in New York City.

I recomend the ribe eye, just delicious and the caramel panqueque is to die. The argentinean wines exellent.
The service was veryt friendly and profesional.
No cuestion about. Try this place is just Wonderfull and you do not have to pay anymore an overprice steak in NYC.
Buenos Aires is an authentic argentinean restaurant style and the prices are so inexopensive as in Buenos Aires Argentina

Pros: Food, Inexpensive, Friendly Service

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Last weekend I had the most wonderfull dinner at Buenos Aires.
The best steak in New York City. I recomend this restaurant. The food is so tasty and inexpensive. The service, the atmosphere and the price are wonderfull!!!!!!!! What a surprise Donatella Versace was there having dinner. This is what we need a great restaurant in New York City.

2
★★★★★

Last weekend I had the most wonderfull dinner at Buenos Aires.
The best steak in New York City. I recomend this restaurant. The food is so tasty and inexpensive. The service, the atmosphere and the price are wonderfull!!!!!!!! What a surprise Donatella Versace was there having dinner. This is what we need a great restaurant in New York City.

Pros: Food, Service, Price

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I have become addicted to this place.The food is just like the NEW YORK POST describes it "to die for!",for me this is it.The place is always full even though they know me the owner sticks to the credo first come first serve on weekends.To those who wrote bad reviews its quite obviously the competition.The ground rules in America is "FREE MARKET'.And Karina (OWNER)sticks to her ethics.I have been in Argentina many times because of my work and this is better than Cabana Las Lilas.I dont think that Donatella Versace or J.J. Campanella who are frequent patrons go to Pampa or La Portena.But ill let you decide!

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★★★★★

I have become addicted to this place.The food is just like the NEW YORK POST describes it "to die for!",for me this is it.The place is always full even though they know me the owner sticks to the credo first come first serve on weekends.To those who wrote bad reviews its quite obviously the competition.The ground rules in America is "FREE MARKET'.And Karina (OWNER)sticks to her ethics.I have been in Argentina many times because of my work and this is better than Cabana Las Lilas.I dont think that Donatella Versace or J.J. Campanella who are frequent patrons go to Pampa or La Portena.But ill let you decide!

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I found this restaurant on Citysearch. I took my boyfriend since he loves to have a great "meat" dinner. I don't eat red meat but I found a tremendous amount of options for me as well. The salads are AMAZING-light, lemony dressing. I had the grilled calamari over argula. YUM. We had the Mozzarella, Caprese empanadas-wonderful. For my entree, I had the grilled salmon which was cooked perfectly. My b-friend had the shell steak which he loved and a chicken soup which was great as well. The wine was wonderful. we had a chardonnay from Argentina that was awesome. BUT lastly, we had the truffled chocolate ice cream dessert. WOW amazing! If you are looking for a unique dining experience in a relaxes atmosphere, Buenos Aires is the place for you!

2
★★★★★

I found this restaurant on Citysearch. I took my boyfriend since he loves to have a great "meat" dinner. I don't eat red meat but I found a tremendous amount of options for me as well. The salads are AMAZING-light, lemony dressing. I had the grilled calamari over argula. YUM. We had the Mozzarella, Caprese empanadas-wonderful. For my entree, I had the grilled salmon which was cooked perfectly. My b-friend had the shell steak which he loved and a chicken soup which was great as well. The wine was wonderful. we had a chardonnay from Argentina that was awesome. BUT lastly, we had the truffled chocolate ice cream dessert. WOW amazing! If you are looking for a unique dining experience in a relaxes atmosphere, Buenos Aires is the place for you!

Pros: clean, new , reasonable

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Buenos Aires was wonderful, the food was great I had the Entrana with home made frenchfries and a beef empanada as an appitizer. Even though we had to wait 30 mins for a table it was worth the wait. We had no problems with the host he suggested we go to the Kion Lounge

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★★★★★

Buenos Aires was wonderful, the food was great I had the Entrana with home made frenchfries and a beef empanada as an appitizer. Even though we had to wait 30 mins for a table it was worth the wait. We had no problems with the host he suggested we go to the Kion Lounge

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If only the check would come prematurely like my entree I could have get out and be soothed by the peaceful sounds of the fire engine blaring down Ave A. This place is too loud. My ears are still ringing.
Service is not better. The waiter had an unpleasant attitude. When I asked about the ingredientes of the chicken soup I was told "it's just chicken soup". While we were still having our appetizers, our entrees were brought in. Tables are tiny. If the waiting staff could be bothered to clear away non-essential items there would be room for the food.
The food? What I tried (morcilla and entrana) was quite good and the chimichurri is well balanced. However, good Argentine food can be found in quieter places with more professional service like Pampa and La Portena. Overall, not recommended.

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★☆☆☆☆

If only the check would come prematurely like my entree I could have get out and be soothed by the peaceful sounds of the fire engine blaring down Ave A. This place is too loud. My ears are still ringing.
Service is not better. The waiter had an unpleasant attitude. When I asked about the ingredientes of the chicken soup I was told "it's just chicken soup". While we were still having our appetizers, our entrees were brought in. Tables are tiny. If the waiting staff could be bothered to clear away non-essential items there would be room for the food.
The food? What I tried (morcilla and entrana) was quite good and the chimichurri is well balanced. However, good Argentine food can be found in quieter places with more professional service like Pampa and La Portena. Overall, not recommended.

Pros: Food

Cons: Loud noise, Service, Tiny tables

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The best argentinean restaurant in NYC, Excellent Service and exquisite wines at inexpensive price. I'll be back for sure.

2
★★★★★

The best argentinean restaurant in NYC, Excellent Service and exquisite wines at inexpensive price. I'll be back for sure.

Pros: Food, Service, Inexpensive

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Nice and cozy restaurant with a warm, welcoming athmosphere; my steak was incredibly good and incredibly cheap. My friends loved their food too. I will definitely return.

2
★★★★★

Nice and cozy restaurant with a warm, welcoming athmosphere; my steak was incredibly good and incredibly cheap. My friends loved their food too. I will definitely return.

Pros: Food, Value

Cons: arrogant manager

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My family and I had and exelent dinner at Buenos Aires.
The service was so good and friendly. The food delicious and inexpensive.
The steak perfect and tasty, the caramel panquequeto die and the wine exellent
Thanks Buenos Aires, we will come back soon

2
★★★★★

My family and I had and exelent dinner at Buenos Aires.
The service was so good and friendly. The food delicious and inexpensive.
The steak perfect and tasty, the caramel panquequeto die and the wine exellent
Thanks Buenos Aires, we will come back soon

Pros: Food, Service, Inexpensive

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WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW!!!!

I went in skeptical, came out a believer. Yes! There is such a thing as a 14 dollar steak!!!! And the best steak in town, too! Try the empanada. Yesterday, that was a boring pie for me, today empanada=slice of heaven. I want to go back to go down the entire list. The entrana was something I didn't think possible.

AMAZING!!!!!

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★★★★★

WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW!!!!

I went in skeptical, came out a believer. Yes! There is such a thing as a 14 dollar steak!!!! And the best steak in town, too! Try the empanada. Yesterday, that was a boring pie for me, today empanada=slice of heaven. I want to go back to go down the entire list. The entrana was something I didn't think possible.

AMAZING!!!!!

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East 6th Street is no longer just Indian; it is now a trendy street stretching further east with a number of interesting new restaurants. The food here was great and the prices are very reasonable. The service is not great, but very friendly. They forgot part of our order, but apologized and we were not upset. As with all Argentine restaurants, don't go if you don't like red meat.

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★★★★★

East 6th Street is no longer just Indian; it is now a trendy street stretching further east with a number of interesting new restaurants. The food here was great and the prices are very reasonable. The service is not great, but very friendly. They forgot part of our order, but apologized and we were not upset. As with all Argentine restaurants, don't go if you don't like red meat.

Pros: meat, price, Friendly service

Cons: Inexperienced service

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The Reds from Mendoza, Argentina are very good and a great value. Especially the the bodegos in the higher altitudes of The Ucco Valley (about 3,000 feet). We tried Diablo de Uco, Salentein, and Majol - all had a nice forward fruit taste and full bodied balance of tannins and acid. The Malbec is especially good from here, but the Cab and Merlot are quality too and very drinkable.

2
★★★★★

The Reds from Mendoza, Argentina are very good and a great value. Especially the the bodegos in the higher altitudes of The Ucco Valley (about 3,000 feet). We tried Diablo de Uco, Salentein, and Majol - all had a nice forward fruit taste and full bodied balance of tannins and acid. The Malbec is especially good from here, but the Cab and Merlot are quality too and very drinkable.

Pros: Quality Wine, Good Price, Authentic

Cons: location

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I went today with some of my friend to Buenos Aires and we loved the food, the place and the price. The service was so good and the owner was so friendly and nice to us.
You can have a great meal for a inexpensive price. I recomed the skirt steak with criolla salad and authentic argentinian Malbec wine .
If you are a meat lover should go to Buenos Aires in the East Village.

2
★★★★★

I went today with some of my friend to Buenos Aires and we loved the food, the place and the price. The service was so good and the owner was so friendly and nice to us.
You can have a great meal for a inexpensive price. I recomed the skirt steak with criolla salad and authentic argentinian Malbec wine .
If you are a meat lover should go to Buenos Aires in the East Village.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great Food, Great Service

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An amazing combination of a great food (not just the beef), great wines and affordable prices. How do they do it? These guys know how to grill meat. No need to spend $25 for a steak anymore; here you can get it for $14, and better quality. They have a large selection of Argentine wines all below $30. Try the "colita de cuadril", you can't get it anywhere else in New York. And don't get me started with the "panqueque con dulce de leche".

2
★★★★★

An amazing combination of a great food (not just the beef), great wines and affordable prices. How do they do it? These guys know how to grill meat. No need to spend $25 for a steak anymore; here you can get it for $14, and better quality. They have a large selection of Argentine wines all below $30. Try the "colita de cuadril", you can't get it anywhere else in New York. And don't get me started with the "panqueque con dulce de leche".

Pros: quality food, inexpensive, great wines

Cons: gets crowded on sat.

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I've been going to Argentina Restaurants for the past 3 years. I loved this restaurant. It is inexpensive and delicous. I've already been three times...the mashed potatoes and french fries are super fresh. The rib eye is excellent. Also I loved the Malbec on their menu. Just when you think these kinds of places can't exist in New York, one opens up.

2
★★★★★

I've been going to Argentina Restaurants for the past 3 years. I loved this restaurant. It is inexpensive and delicous. I've already been three times...the mashed potatoes and french fries are super fresh. The rib eye is excellent. Also I loved the Malbec on their menu. Just when you think these kinds of places can't exist in New York, one opens up.

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My boyfriend and I had diner there the other night and it was amazing. The atmosphere was delightful. The food was delicious. We had the skirt steak and it was like slicing butter. We really enjoyed it. We are definitely going back again and taking our family and friends with us. The desert was heavenly. We had the crapes stuffed with caramel and drizzled with powered sugar and cinnamon. He loved the fact they had the beer from Argentina, Quilmes, and what made it even better is that they were ice cold. The best part about the evening was the wait staff was on top of things. As soon as our drinks were low they were right their to bring us another one.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend and I had diner there the other night and it was amazing. The atmosphere was delightful. The food was delicious. We had the skirt steak and it was like slicing butter. We really enjoyed it. We are definitely going back again and taking our family and friends with us. The desert was heavenly. We had the crapes stuffed with caramel and drizzled with powered sugar and cinnamon. He loved the fact they had the beer from Argentina, Quilmes, and what made it even better is that they were ice cold. The best part about the evening was the wait staff was on top of things. As soon as our drinks were low they were right their to bring us another one.

Pros: Romantic, Charming, Inexpensive

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I went last night with my friends and i really love this place.
I've been looking for an authentic argentinian cuisine and I found it.
The "bife de chorizo", the empanadas, are really great, so tasty. And the prices are very good. And if you love good wine do not wait and enjoy this beautiful restaurant in the east village in NYC.

2
★★★★★

I went last night with my friends and i really love this place.
I've been looking for an authentic argentinian cuisine and I found it.
The "bife de chorizo", the empanadas, are really great, so tasty. And the prices are very good. And if you love good wine do not wait and enjoy this beautiful restaurant in the east village in NYC.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great service, Exellent food

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great argetine dishes, congratulation at such great prices a taste of the best that the ecclectic argentine cuise is all about with its the
superb meat and a good selection of argentine wines. a very nice dining experience

2
★★★★★

great argetine dishes, congratulation at such great prices a taste of the best that the ecclectic argentine cuise is all about with its the
superb meat and a good selection of argentine wines. a very nice dining experience

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thank god i dont have to go into queens anymore for argentinian meat.the milanesa is like being in paradise.my girlfriend had the shell steak and she told me she didnt need a knife it was so tender.the bread pudding is amazing!i believe this is the only authentic argentinian food in the city.i forgot to mention the wine which is much better than any french wine i ever tasted and a whole lot less inexpensive.i had the Don Valentin but you have a long list to choose from.and the service is excellent.

2
★★★★★

thank god i dont have to go into queens anymore for argentinian meat.the milanesa is like being in paradise.my girlfriend had the shell steak and she told me she didnt need a knife it was so tender.the bread pudding is amazing!i believe this is the only authentic argentinian food in the city.i forgot to mention the wine which is much better than any french wine i ever tasted and a whole lot less inexpensive.i had the Don Valentin but you have a long list to choose from.and the service is excellent.

Pros: family friendly, great atmosphere

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This new restaurant really knows how to cater to meat lovers. A varied menu that includes everything from the basic meat cuts to fancy Argentinean steaks to fresh pasta. I would recommend starting a combination platter for two which includes an assortment of kidney/blood sausage/sweet bread. Then move on to the real meat. The side dishes are excellent, especially the Provencal French Fries. For desert do not miss the dulce de leche pancakes and follow it with an espresso. Ah! The finer things in life, good food at a price that will not burn a hole in your pocket. I can't wait for the summer and sit in their garden.

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★★★★★

This new restaurant really knows how to cater to meat lovers. A varied menu that includes everything from the basic meat cuts to fancy Argentinean steaks to fresh pasta. I would recommend starting a combination platter for two which includes an assortment of kidney/blood sausage/sweet bread. Then move on to the real meat. The side dishes are excellent, especially the Provencal French Fries. For desert do not miss the dulce de leche pancakes and follow it with an espresso. Ah! The finer things in life, good food at a price that will not burn a hole in your pocket. I can't wait for the summer and sit in their garden.

 

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