Some very interesting options on a rather small menu and the meat with bearnaise sauce had a very good taste. A very small portion of meat compared with all local restaurants, but certainly of good quality.
Seating is rather cramp in what looks like a old school bar with memorabilia.
The menu is rather limited and the guy who takes order is rather impatient.
The spicy meat empanada is good as so is the carne.
The bean soup with various meats was also good and heavy.
House red wine was average.
All for £10!
A hidden gem known only by locals. Great pizza by the slice, ice cold drinks and a very well achived faina. You can try the “budin de pan mixto” for dessert to have the hole argentinian experience. We will be back!