Reviews on Argentinean food in San Roque, Andalucia, Spain including La Chacra Tapas Grill, Cancha II, El Querido., Parrilla La Quinta Restaurante - Sotogrande, El Gaucho, Polo One, Hacienda Patagonica
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4 based on 121 reviews
We were surprised by the centre of La Linea. Very lively area with pleasant squares and a big range of restaurants. We chose this one because of a TripAdvisor recommendation and we were not disappointed. We had tapas of stuffed eggplant, baked cheese, an âoh so tenderâ brochette and a small empanada. The empanada was small and deep fried so I probably wouldnât pick that again, but the others were all filling, delicious and very cheap. Their meat platters looked amazing too.
4 based on 26 reviews
My wife and I arrived at the restaurant without a reservation. The hostess very kindly created space and set up an additional table for two. We were delighted, as we had a beautiful meal overlooking the veranda. I would particularly recommend the Argentinian steaks washed down with a nice bottle of Rioja.I would definitely recommend.
4 based on 180 reviews
El Gaucho was the first Argentinian restaurant to open in Sotogrande, since 1985. Our goal is to provide high quality steak outlining the simple and uncomplicated pleasures of life. Because who needs more?
Ate here twice during stay in Sotogrande. First time didnât rate it but thought give it another chance. Nice surroundings and staff friendly. Overpriced food, with little accompanying vegetables or salad, just a jacket potato or very poor chips. Bread roll provided was warm to disguise its staleness as once cold it was like a brick. Mixed grill was okay, loads of meat cooking on a brazier brought to the table. Steaks had to be returned as not cooked to how ordered. Fish was okay. Wine was reasonably priced.
4 based on 137 reviews
Used to be my favourite steak house in Sotogrande, but a few years back the quality became very poor. Still went back hoping I was just unlikely but not the case, simply order 2 medium fillets one burnt & other blue canât see how this is even possible. Now down in marina I hoped for a new lease of life, but not the case. Service was poor & so was the food, which is so sad as it used to be world class. There is simply no comparison to Cancha II or even El Gaucho.
4 based on 358 reviews
Delicious Hummus con Olivada followed by a rare EntraÃ±a de Ternera. Great place to dine solo as busy atmosphere and pleasant, attentive staff make sure you don't feel alone. Enjoy an informal Spanish experience: you shouldn't be disappointed.
4 based on 340 reviews
Located in the grounds of the Polo Club at Soto, this is a lovely restaurant - decor heavily influenced by wood which is a prominent feature- exposed beams/ vaulted timber roof. Warm welcome and delightful staff. Place has a kind of rustic / natural elegance. Whilst other dishes are available they do serve the most wonderful Argentinian steaks. The seared scallops were also excellent - full of flavour and cooked to perfection. A quality dining experience.
4 based on 247 reviews
We got here at 8pm opening que was about 10 ppl Got in , eats pork and chips , chicken and baked spud which tasted amazing. I loved the green pesto garlic sauce on all my meats . 8.50pm and 3 beers later full up , and cost an amazing 18e which we thought was a bargain . Nice gaff , staff excellent, food meat excellent , price amazing Tops
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