Nice restaurant, with extremely nice service, and good prices for its meat quality. Here you will find the classical Argentinian cuts (bife de chorizo and churrasco) as well as the desserts with Dulce de Leche. We also got a good Trapiche Cabernet Sauvignon. No complains, better than expected.
Went for dinner late on a Sunday evening. Seating was definitely available. We heard that Fri & Sat nights get crowded. We were served very quickly. The server spoke to us in Spanish, but realizing that our Spanish was basic switched to English. The menu is in Spanish, but easy to understand for a non-speaker. Everything looks to be authentic cuisine. The proportions are huge and were cooked perfectly. Next time, we'll split an entree and sample some side dishes. Everything was very tasty. Looking forward to leftovers tonight. BTW, the decor is nothing special and as a previous reviewer pointed out the chair are metal folding chairs. Everything was clean and organized. We prefer these Mom & Pop type of restaurants; always an experience!