December 6, 2006
One thing I learned is that Argentinians in their majority come from Italians. Therefore they eat a lot of pasta, and very good pasta! This restaurant is located in a very good area of the town. When I sat, the waiter came with appetizers, and a glass of champagne that was a courtesy of the house. After spending more then 20 minutes to decide what I wanted to eat, because everything looked so delicious, I decided to have ravioli bolognese.
It took about 40 minutes until the food came. No problem, I was enjoying the appetizers! Very good sausage, bread, olives... and my glass of free champagne! The food was so good, that even with no room in my stomach after all the appetizers, I had to have it. Lots of cheese, and the waiter grates fresh Parmesan cheese on the top of your food, as well as pepper. It was a little pricey, but worth every penny. It is a cozy, romantic, and charming place.
From journal A Piece of Europe in South America