Best Argentinean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Argentinean food in Necochea. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Argentinean restaurants near you.. Necochea is a port and beach city in the southwest of Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. The city is located on the Atlantic coast, along the mouth of the Quequén Grande River, 528 km (328 mi) from Buenos Aires and 120 km (75 mi) southwest of Mar del Plata. The city proper has 90,000 inhabitants per the 2010 census [INDEC] and is the seat of government for Necochea Partido.
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4 based on 51 reviews
En este momento estÃ¡ instalado en un hotel Moderno en el salÃ³n de calle av. 79 y 6 por problemas en el Hotel de 6 y 85, si bien hacia bastante que no iba mantiene la calidad de los productos, los platos estÃ¡n bien y los precios tambiÃ©n , la carta de vino es variada y a precios razonables, la atenciÃ³n es buena, comimos con mi seÃ±ora de entrada mayonesa de atÃºn y luego mejillones a la provenzal todo muy bueno, con postre y vino de bodegas Los Haroldos Chardonnay precio $ 1.088 total. La carta es variada y destaco el antipasto de la casa que realmente es exquisito y no se ve en cualquier restaurante
4 based on 102 reviews
I have eaten three times at Sotavento: once for coffee and dessert and twice for dinner. Overall the quality of the food and the portions are quite good. We did order cornalitos once that weren't that great, and the rabas at another meal weren't the best (apparently we don't have luck with seafood there). The pasta and steak dishes that we ordered were all very tasty and enjoyable as were the desserts. The location is wonderful - right on the beach with beautiful views of the ocean. The service has also been good when we've gone. I like this restaurant, and I will continue to dine there.
4 based on 43 reviews
This is a lovely house turned into a restaurant. The food is delicious! The prices are very reasonable. The portions are very adequate, so much so, that my friend and I shared an entree for an extra charge of 40 pesos. We liked it so much we returned the next evening.
4 based on 60 reviews
Es un lugar con mucha calidez y muy buena atenciÃ³n. Es cierto que a veces hay que hacer cola para ingresar, pero es justamente debido a la calidad y la excelente atenciÃ³n. Lo recomiendo.
4 based on 82 reviews
Recomiendo el Restaurante de abajo del Hotel para cenar, por lo que nos aconsejaron, se ve que es un clÃ¡sico de Necochea, tipo bodegÃ³n PorteÃ±o, con platos tÃpicos de la Zona, abundantes y buenos precios. No recomiendo el Hotel, sÃ el restaurante. CrÃtica del Hotel (por si quieres hospedarte): Es un 2 estrellas medianamente econÃ³mico, pero con falencias. La verdad la habitaciÃ³n estaba bien, como recientemente refaccionada, con una pequeÃ±a TV de 24", camas bien, pero el baÃ±o era muy feo, viejo, se inundaba fÃ¡cilmente, la ducha era corta (mido 1,90mts y debÃa agacharme para poder baÃ±arme), azulejos rotos, no nos gustÃ³.Otra de las cosas a criticar es que se ve que en el Hotel estaban de reformas y desde las 07am de la maÃ±ana se encontraban los obreros haciendo ruido y eso no estÃ¡ bien, es no respetar el descanso de los huÃ©spedes. El desayuno es mÃnimo indispensable, dos medialunas y un cafÃ© con leche, sin refill.La ubicaciÃ³n es buena, en el centro viejo de Necochea, tiene estacionamiento incluido, pero lo anterior mencionado mas que le falta un poco de mantenimiento hacen que no lo recomiende.
4 based on 193 reviews
Three years ago, I discovered Necochea as my summer vacation spot, and there , I discovered Don Atilio. The experience was so great that I have repeated it every year. My wife loved their pastas and sea food ; I tried their bife de chorizo [super steak} and could not stop ordering it for all my daily meals. The service was always great and prices were very reasonable . Don Atilio visits every table to see that the service is to your taste. The waiting lines were often long, but they moved very rapidly; so over all it was an experience worth repeating every chance you can
4 based on 151 reviews
Please note that Necochea is a city in the province of Buenos Aires...it's not part of the City of Buenos Aires (Capital Federal).
I went out for pizza with a large group of friends at PizzerÃa Los Tilos. I liked the atmosphere of the restaurantâthe colors and materials used make for a very warm space. The pizza was thin-crust (pizza a la piedra), which I prefer over the thicker style one tends to find here in Argentina. There was a wide variety of toppings to choose from, and the pizzas were all very tasty. They even offered fainÃ¡, a very thin chickpea bread, which you generally only find in Buenos Aires. The waitress was efficient and friendly. I would definitely return to Los Tilos.
4 based on 229 reviews
Parrilla "El Loco" offers typical Argentine steakhouse standards - chorizo, tira de asado, vacio, bife de chorizo, etc. I have been to this parrilla twice, and I enjoyed my meal both times. The food was flavorful and well-prepared, and the prices were very reasonable. The atmosphere is that of a typical parrilla - nothing fancy but it's certainly comfortable. The restaurant does a brisk business, even in the off-season, as it's quite popular with locals. In terms of service, the waiter (we had the same one twice), while friendly and personable, was not terribly efficient. In fact, the first time we went, he made a mistake with the order, and one of the members of our party had to wait quite a long time for her meal as a result. The rest of us had practically finished our meals by the time hers arrived.The menu does feature English translations for those who need them, but some of the translations are a bit comical.All in all, Parrilla "El Loco" is a good choice for dinner with tasty, ample portions. Go hungry.
4 based on 211 reviews
Traditional Restaurant in Necochea. Since 1964 we are well known for our complete menu where we can highlight sea food, meats and pasta. Always making focus on the quality of our dishes; friendly and personalized customer service.
I dined at Mi Cantina recently with members of a group I belong to. We ate in the private dining room. While the food was certainly decent, I'm not in any hurry to go back. Portions were a good size but flavor was just OK. The service was efficient. The room/atmosphere was blah. There are better restaurants in Necochea...
4 based on 240 reviews
Please note that this restaurant is not located in the city of Buenos Aires. It's in Necochea in the province of Buenos Aires.
My husband and I dined at Peperoncino, and we couldn't have been more pleased with our experience. The restaurant, located inside a converted house, offered a cozy and charming atmosphere. Our friendly and attentive waitress brought our food to us in a timely manner. All of the dishes were nicely presented and very flavorful. Generous portions ensured that we left with full bellies. Â¡Panza llena, corazÃ³n contento! We're already planning to go back!
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