Monday, July 19, 2010

Las Cabras

We went to Las Cabras with some friends of ours.

How can you argue with a place that's open "Todos los días, todo el día" (All day, every day)? Eating outside (under the heaters) was nice on a cool, rainy day.

Neil was of course lured in by the giant steak plate o' food (huge and quite inexpensive).


Yes, that's a big hunk of cheese on the steak and grilled onion. And a fried egg on the French fries. That's just how they do here in BsAs.

Also, bottled water "sin gas" (non-carbonated). You have to ask for it -- as I've probably mentioned before, they normally drink seltzer water here and will bring you that if you don't specify. They don't give you tap water, although you can ask for it and it's safe to drink. 


Nile couldn't take her eyes off the squash. 


Buen provecho!

5 comments:

Z. Marie said...

I want some! What's the orange stuff in the foreground on the plate?

Daniela Swider said...

Wow, that's a huge platter. Now I am salavating...

Travelin' Tracy said...

Looks yummy...I am always interested to see how other countries put eggs on lots of different things. I think we lack some creativity in the US. The squash looked so good to me too, so I am with Nile on that one. In Kosovo they would do a meat platter too, which was delicious...however they forgot all those yummy sides.

I'm sad I never made it out there to visit you. One day in one of those places that you venture off too!

Bfiles said...

yum. if I show this to my husband it will surely solidify his desire to move to BA.
So cute- Nile knew exactly which one was her kind of food!

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