Since 1999, Sudestada has firmly established itself as one of the city's most popular eateries. It's a compact, minimalist restaurant where owners Santiago Garrat and Leonardo Azulay dish up spicy food from cuisines across South-east Asia. The best starters are the finger foods, like the ravioli stuffed with pork and the spring rolls you wrap in lettuce and dip into an aromatic sauce. Main dishes can get quite spicy by local standards, but foreign palates will eagerly devour the sophisticated items like the lamb curry, or the sweet-and-sour pork. The bar list may be on the short side, but it contains an outstanding passionfruit vodka cocktail, a ginger and lemongrass-infused caipirinha and refreshing artisanal beers.