Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Vicente Lopez, Capital Federal District, Argentina including Resto Centro Asturiano, Paraiso Natural, Tataki, Primavera Trujillana, El Candado, Restaurante Larreta, Magritte Restaurante, Florida Resto Bar
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4 based on 72 reviews
Ordered spaghetti. There wasn't much sauce. The sauce wasn't very good anyway.. The waiter told us what he expected for a tip and was very demanding about There's a food court just down the street in the Galleria...basement floor. Eat there instead.
4 based on 198 reviews
A pleasant restaurant but although the food is quite good, it was expensive, cheapest wine about 130 pesos, tables are far too close together, too noisy. A little pretentious for what you pay. There are much better value restaurants in Villa Urquiza, notably La Luciana in Alvarez Thomas, which I reviewed about a month ago.
4 based on 184 reviews
This restaurant is apparently well appreciated by the locals because they serve bogh Argentine and international dishes and when a friend took us there we enjoyed the dinner very much. They had excellent steaks and seafood as well as postres. Reasonable prices for both the food and the wine; friendly and efficient service. Will be glad to come back here next time.
4 based on 223 reviews
While staying in Recoleta, we had relatives take us to El Candado, as they live near the restaurant. Even though they took us home afterwards, we had taken a taxi(160 pesos) to get there, as they work into the early evening. Located in the Martinez/San Isidro area with parking on the streets. It's assisted by a local older gentleman, who was tipped afterwards. Everyone was ordering Italian, so we did also. I had chichen/spinach Ravioli(105 pesos), while my wife had Chicken Risotto with almond/peas(105 pesos). It was completely full, so thank goodness we had reservations. The waiters were hopping all evening. Definitely a local crowd. We shared a flan afterwards. We both enjoyed our meals. If in the area, would definitely return. But wouldn't suggest a trip there from the city, for sole purpose of visiting the restaurant.
4 based on 164 reviews
This is a famlly-owned peruvian restaurant. The food is very good and all the dishes are freshly made.I recommend the tequeÃ±os and also the fish with shrimp.If you like sweet desserts you cant miss the suspiro limeÃ±o.It is not expensive. As far as I know they only take cash, but it might have changed recently.
4 based on 62 reviews
First time at this restaurant, we got an excellent service, good and honest advices from the waitress and a ceviche nearly as perfect as in the best Peruvian place! Also the sushi we ordered was very good and at reasonable price. The only flaw, but only a minor defect we found was, that they didn.t have any Sake to offer. But for sure we will come back an will be pleased again!
4 based on 115 reviews
We had lunch on a Sunday, the restaurant is really big and all tables were occupied. The sea food is excellent and I recommend to share as portions are big, you can always order more, most people were leaving the restaurant with a doggy bag.
4 based on 64 reviews
very traditional restaurant located in a second floor. portions are huge, taste is wonderful. most of the prices are normal, however plates are so big that you can easily share. Cheffs are wellknown for there level of expertise. Modality comes directly from Spain.recommendations: saturdays and sundays are very crowd. , so try to make a reservation by phone. Do not ask for pulpo a la gallega. It is very expensive because they bring it from Chile. the rest is very tasty and they have normal prices
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