Reviews on Fast Food food in Province of Santa Fe, Litoral, Argentina. The Province of Santa Fe (Spanish: Provincia de Santa Fe, Spanish pronunciation: [ˈsanta ˈfe]) is a province of Argentina, located in the center-east of the country. Neighboring provinces are from the north clockwise Chaco (divided by the 28th parallel south), Corrientes, Entre Ríos, Buenos Aires, Córdoba, and Santiago del Estero. Together with Córdoba and Entre Ríos, the province is part of the economico-political association known as the Center Region.
Things to do in Province of Santa Fe
4 based on 4285 reviews
Typical atmosphere and clientele of a Hardrock style restaurant, with very good food, drinks and beers. Noisy indeed, but can be fun.
4 based on 231 reviews
A brewpub with flavorful aggressive ales, a California style pub menu with some Argentine classics and a few international dishes. Pub environment with mostly classic rock, rock, blues, ska, and reggae. We are passionate about our beer!
After travelling through Peru and Bolivia where variety in beer is almost non-existent, it has been great to expand the palate again in Argentina. The Fenicia brewhouse is a slick establishment with a convivial atmosphere and, thankfully, a wide array of brews to choose from. Their American pale ale is pretty good and the amber ale even better, while we quite enjoyed the lomo quesadillas and a filling California chicken sandwich (both reasonably priced at around 70 pesos). There was a bit of space for the few hours after opening on this particular Saturday night, so bring a group of friends and settle in for a quality session.
4 based on 160 reviews
Excelente la atenciÃ³n. Unas hamburguesas espectaculares, recomiendo probar La Jamaica con un Chopp.Excellent place and attention. the best burgers in town. i recommend La Jamaica. Don't leave Rosario without visiting RATO
4 based on 130 reviews
The place is noisy, too cramped inside but with tables outside for summer time, though in a most busy downtown avenue.Yet, if you want to try the best club sandwiches, or else the typical "carlito" --a hot club sandwich with 3-4 layers of ham, cheese, egg, olives, pepper and ketchup-- this is the place.You can also choose from a good variety of dishes, the service is good, and not expensive at all.
4 based on 89 reviews
Abierto Martes, MiÃ©rcoles, Jueves y Domingo > 18:30 a 01:30 Viernes y SÃ¡bados > 18:30 a 02:30 Open Tue, Wed, Thu, Sun > 18:30 - 01:30 Fri, Sat > 18:30 - 02:30
They serve an excellent craft beer (brewed there) and very good food. The value for money is great. It's one of the only spots where you can get good beer options.
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