September 4, 2002
The menu of La Convencion specializes in French cuisine. I enjoyed a set menu lunch special that was reasonably priced and efficiently served, although it seemed more continental than French. My cold appetizer of sliced ham was paired with a dollop of Russian salad; both were tasty. The main course was a thin slice of lightly breaded milanesa neapolitana, tender and flavorful. The dessert was a small slice of flan, a delicious way to end the lunch. The house wine or a soda accompanies the lunch special. The well-dressed server was efficient and unobtrusive.
I did not make a reservation, but La Convencion looks like a place that can fill up so I imagine businessmen may want to make a reservation ahead of time.
From journal Bill in Argentina - BUENOS AIRES