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4 based on 633 reviews
A very unassuming parrilla, but very good. The interior reminds one of a cozy, antique tasca. According to a friend who's lived in Bahia Blanca, it's the best parrilla in town.
Asado de tira (ribs), mollejas (sweetbreads), suckling pig, and lamb are available, all tasty.
The wine list is good, with reasonable prices. Good service.
4 based on 377 reviews
This restaurant has great potential. Reasonable food, great look and ambience, great service. It has it all. However, the menu is enormous. I asked the waiter if the owner was the chef and he said 'No'. There is no way that any decent chef can keep up with producing this ridiculous menu. It took me 10 minutes to read through the menu, then another 10 minutes to re-read it and decide what to have. The food is good, but please 'Keep It Simple, Stupid'. I'm sure the food could be even better, if the chef didn't have to deal with this crazy menu.
3.5 based on 204 reviews
Not bad. Good view of plaza. Biggest issue was did not take a credit card and this was one of the biggest and most modern looking cafes. I ate a late, light lunch here and it was very crowded and popular when most of the other cafes were empty.
Good for people wathcing as it looks over the main Plaza of Bahia Blanca.
4 based on 182 reviews
Part of the Basque club at Bahia Blanca. Very good restaurant, quite fine decoration, quiet environment. Good plates, basically with good ingredients, not sophisticated but good enough if you consider where you are in the world! I come here every time I visit this city!
4 based on 923 reviews
First restaurant I visited in Bahia Blanca back in 1997 and I've been coming regularly ever since whenever I visit the city. Its a traditional Argentine restaurant with a very nice variety of typical Argentine dishes (different meats and pasta dishes). I don't think the menu has changed in 20 years but what they do, they do well, so why change.
The steak is excellent and what I usually order. They are perfectly cooked.
The service is excellent as the waiters and staff are career professionals who take pride in their restaurant. The decor is early 1900's Argentina.
Hopefully, I'll be coming here for the next 20 years.
4 based on 277 reviews
We got a nice seat on the street Terrace and started of with an aperitif. Don Tomas has a wine list that features some very fine wines, which is not a given here in Bahia Blanca. We selected a very nice bottle, and had some "papas con panceta y cedar" with it... bliss :-). The waiter was a natural! Best I've had in Bahia Blanca. After the aperitif, we had another bottle of wine, and ordered the typical "Milanesas" which were good! The portions were pretty big. We had a good time!
4 based on 495 reviews
The place was very busy on a beautiful sunday when the rest of the city was away. The setting is classic and comfortable, the waiter was nice and helpful, and there is a wide choice of all the classics Argentina offers. It was good, it was nice, it was an excellent lunch.
4 based on 356 reviews
- the ñoqui with dried mushrooms and the sorrentini with meat (ciervo) and onion, bacon cream sauce were good.
- iService was very friendly.
- The atmosphere was cosy and inviting.
- the shrimp starter (al ajillo) was not good.
- Salt was missing everywhere (but available on the table).
4.5 based on 159 reviews
My boyfriend and I, went to the restaurant and hearing everyone talking about it. Service seems to be extremely reserved, trying to get a waiters attention because my steak was undercooked, was like trying to catch a fly zooming around the room. Portions are extremely large, me having a steak I would say at least 12 oz. a little over wheeling for me.
Would return just to have a starter. And would ask not to be sat right next to the door, it's cold.
4 based on 160 reviews
We introduce Patio Portugal, a garden in the middle of Bahia Blanca. Here people abstracts a little town and can enjoy good drinks , good music , Hd projections , live performers and tasty meals prepared with fresh products, especially armed by their owners Juliana and Matias . Patio Portugal offers a beautiful courtyard full of fruit trees and sky within reach of the eyes to the starry nights , a deck with solcito to make rich cold beer , tables of meats accompanied by good appetizers or just enjoy a good wine with an excellent dish made ; a living room for cooler days where you can choose your favorite place in a more intimate space . Every night a different proposal in the same spirit as always. Also you can count on our place for birthdays, meetings and business events. Portugal Patio what you'll find at Corrientes 150 ( between Belgrano and Alsina ) a few steps from the Municipal Theatre. Open Tuesday to Sunday from 20-03 There is no charge covered. See you there! Reservations at 451-7979
What a fabulous little restaurant the food was amazing and the service excellent so good went went twice. Sea food pasta and Cream Brûlée was the best just the best.
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