This is the best meat I ate in Buenos Aires at a restaurant. But it also cost eight times what I paid for every other meal I enjoyed in Buenos Aires. If you absolutely have to taste it, give it a shot. But know that your waiter will speak perfect English and you will be in the neighborhood where the only Argentines who can afford to live there are the drug lords. But that’s just hearsay… maybe.
–Tara for TKGO City GuidesAlicia Moreau de Justo 516 at Corrientes, in Puerto Madero. (54-11) 4313-1336. Visa and AmEx accepted. Expect to spend AR$200. There is no such thing as cheap wine here. Official site > Guía Óleo reviews > Google Maps >