Discover the best restaurant in San Antonio de Arredondo, Argentina including Restaurante Villapaz, Vitto Cafe, Pueblo Mio, Angus Cafe Resto Bar, Heladerias Venezia, Ambrogio Restaurante, La Churrasquita, Parrilla Costanera, El Bajo, Montebello
Restaurants in San Antonio de Arredondo
4 based on 1 reviews
Restaurante de carácter masivo, con gastronomía amplia, que va desde Pastas Caseras y Parrilla tradicional, a platos elaborados, minutas y alternativas también en pescados. <br>Tiene menúes que cubren las necesidades de aquellos que requieren productos aptos para céliacos, platos light para quienes desean mantener una dieta y opciones vegetarianas si así lo requiere el comensal.<br>Se reciben todos los medios de pago: tarjetas de crédito y debito .<br>Posee sector de juegos infantiles, cartas/menúes traducidos al ingles y también aptas para no videntes, rampas de acceso y baños aptos para discapacitados.<br>Durante la temporada de verano, se suma, EL PATIO DE VILLAPAZ: opción fundamentalmente desarrollada al aire libre o en espacios semicubiertos, que desde el punto de vista gastronómico incorpora una excelente pizzería y cervecería.<br>Con 20 años de historia en la Villa Serrana y ubicado en pleno centro de la misma, se ha convertido en un clásico que no puede dejar de visitarse.
We had lunch today with my wife and I really expected more, taking in account that it is there since I have memories of the place. I ordered a dish of fettuccine fire baked with cream, ham and cheese and my wife ordered crepes with mushrooms. The pasta was badly overcooked and tasteless. The crepes were a little bit better, but also quite tasteless.
Service was OK. The place was about 50% full, not bad for out of season times.
4 based on 312 reviews
Nice little cafe right in the center of town. Prices are ok, servixe is good. Yiu can also have a ? at night. Nice atmosphere.
4 based on 759 reviews
Pueblo Mio is a gourmet restaurant high level and amazing scenery in Villa Carlos Paz.
Villa Carlos Via is one of the premier resort towns in Argentina. We had a rental car spent 6 days there visiting small towns nearby and hiking in one of the national parks. But we only found one great restaurant - Pueblo Mio was recommended to us as the best in the city and we loved it and went twice for dinner. It is off the beaten path - near the river. Unless you are staying nearby, you will need a car or likely will go by taxi. The ambiance is great, the food was great, the service friendly and the prices reasonable (the exchange rate is favorable) - a great combination!
4 based on 320 reviews
It was a Monday night in winter and the town was quiet. We popped in to Angus for dinner and it was a lot better than we had anticipated.
We had a lovely waiter and following his recommendation we both had steak. Another recommendation was the bottle of wine which being Luigi Bosca went down a treat.
Nice seeing, good music playing in background, we would go back if we were in the area.
4 based on 207 reviews
No son gran cosa, pero la relación calidad/precio es buena, la ubicación esta muy buena, frente a lago, el lugar es viejo pero lo mantienen, la atención es buena, se recomienda
4.5 based on 253 reviews
This is a family restaurant and they are always available to give you good tips. We had dinner three times in five days and, every time we have tried different food ( meat, fish and pasta) all of them were very good and tasty. They also have a good list of Argentine wines, besides that, do not forget to ask for dessert.
4 based on 450 reviews
from Marcos at the Hotel Arona. If he hadn't mentioned this restaurant or given us their card, i don't think we would have found it.
We meandered in towards the end of lunch time......the waiter brought an "appetizer" of eggplant w/toasts. (There was no cubierto).. We ordered a salad of the house w/hearts of palm. It was underwhelming, except for the hearts of palm. The cheese in the salad was tasteless and canned string beans did not go over well with us. Should have ordered a different salad. The chorizo was different from what we have had in Argentina and NOT to our liking. Would not order the chorizo there again.
BUT.....................the lomo was excellent.....and jugoso, just the way we like it. It was a portion large enough for the two of us and we didn't leave a morsel on the plate.
We ended with a very good cafe. No room for dessert.
We DID receive a 10% discount for paying in cash(pesos) and with tip the bill was $23.00 US. Can't beat the price, the quality of the meat and the ambience.
Thank you, Marcos.
4.5 based on 72 reviews
We had a family dinner in this most authentic and unpretentious restaurant in Carlos Paz that was suggested to us. The Owner, Pablo, was present and welcoming, he really knows what and argentine barbecue is all about; empanadas (meat pies made by his mother) to start off, then a selection of salads and different meat entrées (some you may wonder what they are, but better not ask, they were phenomenal) served slowly as customary, followed by delicious main cuts and finally to our novel delight, open flame grilled goat, which was spectacular.
The wine selection was simply impressive if not overwhelming, par to the best restaurants in Mendoza, we needed some guidance here and Malbec reserve beckoned, the country's flagship wine.
All in all we had a truly fantastic dinner, the prices were really competitive and for us it was the best value for money dinner experience.
4 based on 103 reviews
Lo más destacado es la ubicación ya que estar comiendo o tomando algo afuera sobre el lago es increíble. Cuando hace frío tiene una zona semi cubierta que zafa pero es mucho mejor ir en verano.
La comida es buena pero hasta ahí nomas. La relación precio calidad no es la mejor. Es un poco caro y a veces la comida fue excelente otras no tanto. Hay poco lugar para estacionar en verano.
4 based on 91 reviews
The best view of Carlos Paz, Good dinner, The service was ok, but the waitress interrupted the talk every minute.
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