Discover the best restaurant in Vista Flores, Argentina including La Posada del Jamon, La Juntada Pulperia, Francis Mallmann's Siete Fuegos, El Cielo Resto Bar, Casa de Uco, Fuente Mayor Hotel & Casino Resort Restaurant, SuperUco, Restaurante Gimenez Riili, El Paisano, Lomo Rock and Wine
Things to do in Vista Flores
4.5 based on 379 reviews
We just had a snack there (salad and chorizos) which was really good. Outside they had a kids play area and animals to look at (peacocks, rabbits, chickens) which was so exciting for our one-year-old. Also lots of green to run and play. Cool location for a relaxed meal for the parents ;)
4 based on 106 reviews
We went at the recommendation of John, at Finca Ogawa, and were not disappointed. The salad bar is diverse and goes forever! The interior design is unique in each room and all are photo-worthy. We ate outdoors under a lovely night sky and were treated so well by everyone. Of course, the Argentinian bbq was fantastic. This restaurant is very popular with the locals, so make a reservation or get there early (around 9:30pm).
4.5 based on 448 reviews
Internationally acclaimed chef Francis Mallmann creates inspired regional dishes, showcasing Argentina's famous beef and exceptional wines.
We went for a late dinner to experience this restaurant after trying unsuccessfully the night before to get a table. I am a big fun of Francis Mallman and have tried several of his restaurants worldwide. We were surprised by the few servers attending approximately ten tables. More surprisingly being in Mendoza they didn't have a sommelier. We asked for the wine Recuerdo produced in those vineyards but unfortunately they didn't have it in stock. They brought home bread that looked and tasted to be baked long hours ago. The appetizer, a grilled polenta with cheese and eggplants was great. Unfortunately my lamb, one of Francis' signature dishes was fatty and the side potatoes burned. The water crest side salad was over salted with coarse salt. The service was ok but unexperienced and reckless, e.g. serving the desert over a messy table with the entrees' leftovers. Overall ver disappointing !
4 based on 56 reviews
Barring large, expensive winery meals, this is the best place to eat around La Consulta. Dining outside overlooking a big park is pleasant, service is good, and the options are quite varied. Salads come with high-quality, fresh greens and other ingredients. We did not try heavy meals such as the steaks, etc. and cannot comment on them.
4.5 based on 104 reviews
The magnificent food and wine program shines at the center of Casa de Uco Vineyards & Wine Resort. Executive chef and Mendoza native Juan Ignacio Perez and culinary consultant Ana Ortuño have created a menu that honors the land and Uco Valley, driven by the seasonal ingredients grown directly in the organic vegetable garden. To achieve this farm-to-table ideology, the kitchen team of cooks and chefs source all ingredients locally, working with neighbors, the local farmers, to create an international menu that still is 100% Uco Valley inspired. Of course there is always a wine glass within arms reach, especially under the careful eye of our talented sommelier,. Our gourmet universe extends to the sector de fuego, for a true Argentine barbecue experience directly in the vineyard cooking over open flames. At night, our exclusive and magnificent bar, with a cocktail list designed by celebrated bartender Renato Giovannoni, becomes a destination for guests from other hotels in the area.
We did not stay at the hotel but rather booked in for a dinner. The restaurant had a good wine and dinner menu. The milanese steak being exceptionally good. Prices were reasonable and service was very good, friendly and personable.
3.5 based on 70 reviews
this is not the type of restaurant you wat to eat when you are staying at the same hotel.
I was here 2 weeks for some days with big groups of people.
food is ridiculous and served in a way you start laughing.
i got a pizza that in my perspective you cannot mess up and they did.
hotel is fine but the restaurant a big NO
4.5 based on 23 reviews
The gorgeous setting of this beautiful could only be magnified by the miracles coming out of this kitchen. The slow-cooked chicken falls off the bone, the humita (corn mash) comes straight from heaven, the flan with dulce de leche will ruin you for all other desserts -- and paired with the wonderful and inventive wines produced by the Michelini brothers, nothing compares. The inviting, easy, ambiance, the gentle and accommodating staff and the brilliant creativity of these imaginative biodynamic and organic wines make for a lovely experience. Go.
4 based on 57 reviews
We were met at the door by one of the owners, and he made us feel immediately welcome. The waitress spoke good english and explained the dining experience. They serve a multi course lunch with paired wines. The food was excellent and so were the wines. Not as formal as some of the other bodegas, and not as expensive either. Will definitely go back.
5 based on 76 reviews
el paisano is located a few kilometers before the Manzano Histórico, in La Qebrada. This is our home , we opened its doors to welcome you. We offer homemade food (cocina criolla), with the flavors of Valle de Uco, paired with fine wines of the area to pleased our visitors, friends and family. We prepare our meals with grilled meat, fish of the day and fresh seasonal fruits.
We enjoyed a wonderful private dining experience for four at this wonderful little place in the Uco Valley. Inside was cozy, we were warmed by a wood fire on a cool evening in November. No ordering, the food just starts arriving. Several delightful appetizers (goat cheese, empanadas, marinated tomatoes, Spanish style sausage...all wonderful). Fresh house made bread, salad, sweetbread which was my personal favorite...a magical dish. The main course was a char grilled skirt steak, incredible, a second shared main course was a salt crusted char grilled pork...perfection.
4 based on 10 reviews
Le restaurant s'appelleen fait : pizza rock and wine, sauf que ce soir là il n'y avait pas de pizza que la musique était traditionnelle argentine et que le vin, trois bouteilles de rouge verticales au chaud près des cuisines ne nous ont pas faites envie...
Bref nous avons dîné d'un gros hamburger frites arrosé de bière en écoutant de la musique locale. Rien de rare et c'est dommage dans cette région viticole. Un bon point, grosses portions. Service aimable.
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