Maybe that's why we went there twice last week! I would say it has arguably the best meat I've had in Buenos Aires.
You can smell the mouthwatering aroma of meat on the grill as you get close to the restaurant.
The open kitchen. Check the huge slab of meat over on the cutting board.
Trip No. 1, Sept. 3, with Gabriel and Danae.
Trip No. 2, Sept. 9, with Steve and Katie.
The way we were seated at the table, the waiter totally thought Neil and Katie were together, with their little white baby. Their actual baby boy was asleep under cover in his stroller.
I wish I could accurately describe to you how incredibly delicious Argentine beef is. Everything you've heard is true; it's out of this world. And I was never a big meat-eater before I came here, but oh my goodness, it is SOOOOOOoooooooo good. Huge. And cheap.
The ribs in the foreground are my order, the "asado de tira," my very favorite cut -- it has fat on it that you can eat, it is SO delicious. I don't really know what this is doing for my cholestorol ...
Nile is becoming a true Porteña; I think this was around midnight. Yes, the restaurant was still packed. Yes, it was a weeknight. Crazy Argentines!