Me neither, but Möoi feels pretty darn close.
Intricate, multi-tonal wall tattoos wind their way across the outdoor facade and indoor painted brick walls.
Fabric panels line the ceiling.
Hand-knit table runners and candles add ambiance to the tables.
I wish I'd gotten a better picture of the blue/green glass jug chandelier in the entry vestibule.
The dessert case.
A charming, glassed-in, two-story indoor garden/atrium, my favorite part.
It has a really cool little pool.
Amazing food. This was the steak.
This was the lamb.
The beauty of going out to eat in Buenos Aires is that you can get really fresh, gourmet food in a beautiful atmosphere for super cheap. This meal cost a little less than $15/plate. Versus a comparable meal in the $tates ... at least in D.C.
Lunch specials and hand-knit wall decor. Möoi boasts that it's open all day, every day. They have brunch, lunch, tea, etc.
(Our dinner was served around 11:45 p.m.)
Next time, I'll take pics of the ADORABLE tea room and teaching kitchen upstairs.