March 11, 2002
The "all-you-can-eat" barbeque special, which is ordered by practically everyone dining at this place, features a selection of meats along with a decent salad bar (or you can order fries instead) and a dessert (I had the tasty bread pudding). The beverage is not included, so this would put your bill over the 10-peso level, which is still not a bad deal. You can choose from over one dozen meats, and your selections are served to you at your table. You can try typical meats (steak, ribs) or try more exotic selections like spicy chorizo or morcilla (blood sausage).
My waitress enjoyed trying out her English with me, as I remarked to her that her English was better than my Spanish! She was friendly and kept asking if I wanted to try another cut. The meats were a little on the fatty side, but L’Alliance is still a good place to try a variety of grilled meats in a casual local setting. Judging from the girth of some of its customers, this restaurant has a loyal clientele.
From journal Bill in Argentina - BUENOS AIRES