Discover Restaurants offering the best Argentinean food in Santiago del Estero, Province of Santiago del Estero, Argentina. Santiago del Estero (Spanish pronunciation: [sanˈtjaɣo ðel esˈteɾo], Spanish for Saint-James-Upon-The-Lagoon) is the capital of Santiago del Estero Province in northern Argentina. It has a population of 244,733 inhabitants, (2001 census [INDEC]) making it the twelfth largest city in the country, with a surface area of 2,116 km². It lies on the Dulce River and on National Route 9, at a distance of 1,042 km north-northwest from Buenos Aires. Estimated to be 455 years old, Santiago del Estero was the first city founded by Spanish settlers in the territory that is now Argentina. As such, it is nicknamed "Madre de Ciudades" (Mother of Cities). Similarly, it has been officially declared the "mother of cities and cradle of folklore."
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4 based on 30 reviews
La cerveza artesanal que venden es muy buena y la que fabrican ellos Tolsky es mejor aÃºnEl ambiente es muy lindo y ambientado La calidad de los platos es excelente
5 based on 22 reviews
Por fin logramos ir y conseguir una mesa, desde que te atienden a la entrada muy amables todos, la moza siempre atenta a tus pedidos, la bebida y comida trajeron rapidÃsimo y la comida, pedimos ranas al ajillo y papas del barco, espectacular!!!! Muy rico y muy ameno el lugar!!!!
4 based on 82 reviews
This is not only the best parilla in Santiago, but a lot of other places too. The bife de chorizo was superb. Perfectly cooked, no excess fat, no gristle. Service was excellent; friendly and fast. Prices less than I would ever have imagined, more than fair. I would highly recommend this place if you're looking for a great value meal in Santiago!
4 based on 62 reviews
La ambientaciÃ³n del lugar es excelente, resaltando las caracterÃsticas tÃpicas del noroeste con tejidos y mobiliarios a tono. La atenciÃ³n muy correcta y agradable. La comida por el otro lado no brillÃ³, sin necesidad de no ser sabrosa. La empanada de charqui que probÃ© estaba muy bien, mientras que el chivito que elegÃ de plato principal estaba fibroso y grasoso, el risoto de maÃz tampoco me sorprendiÃ³. El postre no fue estelar, un alfajor helado cuasi de paquete. Dentro de todo me parece recomendable para comer en la ciudad.
4 based on 70 reviews
Really nice refurbish train station. The place is just in front of the bus terminal and in the middle of a huge newly made convention centre. This bar its a typical argentinean style cafe that serves some small sandwiches and bar food. In fact, its more like a coffee place rather than a bistro but the place is very nice. You would not find a better place to have a coffee and its in the nicest area of the city. If you would like a place to relax and work I would strongly recommend it. By far the best place.
4 based on 61 reviews
Meat was tender and perfectly cooked. Very generous salads. Service was friendly but the place lacked atmosphere
4 based on 182 reviews
One of the few restaurants in the City its just a few meters shy to the right of the Santiago del Estero Cathedral. They have an executive menu during the lunch time from Mondays to Fridays for a reasonable price including a drink. The staff is very friendly but not bilingual but they try their best.The food is good. By far the best dishes are the meat dishes and the home made meals. Pasta's are not recommend it and would avoid it. The salad bar its okay and its give you a healthy side choice besides the typical fries. They usually don't rush the service so if you are in a hurry, tell them, cause usually you would spent more than an hour eating there (like the locals do). Prices are okay even if you eat from the full menu. Good overall experience. Would come again for sure.
4 based on 90 reviews
As a place to eat in Santiago del Estero, the Coventry restaurant is one of the better choices even if the service is slow. I've eaten at this place on and off for over twenty years and I really wish they would motivate themselves to change the menu. The food is predictable but at least eatible. On my last visit I had trout...definitely from the freezer and never caught in the local Rio Dulce.
4 based on 82 reviews
Spanish restaurant, we specialize in seafood paella, chicken paella, fideuÃ¡, squid rings, among other specialties. Personalized attention, Special to enjoy with friends, family or business meetings
no podes irte de Santiago del Estero, sin probar una paella del Meson, me gustarÃa que pongan sucursal en las Termas de Rio Hondo
4 based on 196 reviews
Just a few blocks from the main square of the city, is this well run "Parrilla". A renovated old house, this barbecue restaurant offers traditional meat dishes with sizeable portions and good quality. Service wise, its very well run. The waiters are very helpful and attentive; the ambience has a rustic look, and there is enough space to have a nice dinner without been bother. I went a couple of times with my family and we try to order as much as we can, trying different dishes and options. The salads and side dishes are big and enough to share for a couple. The meat cuts are very good but try to avoid the steaks since it might be a little hard and overcook since its not something usually order. Try to order the typical cuts, like Vacio and Tira. English is rare in the entire northwest so rely on your guests and the occasional sign language. Open at night and late, so go after 22pm. Very good overall.
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