After much persuading managed to book a table for dinner at the very last minute. When we arrived though, we were left standing at the entrance for quite a while, even though we can see an empty table, before anyone came to serve us, so not very welcoming, but once seated, very friendly service. We had the Parrillada Pampa for 2, so two of each (beef ribs, beef skirt, chorizo, blood sausage and pork neck end), which was served on a hotplate, and a selection of oven baked vegetables. The food is excellent but a bit pricey as the portions are small (especially the vegetables) and the parrillada pampa meats are not the best meat cuts. However, the cheapest bottle of wine, the Malbec at £15, was actually quite good. The lunch looks a cheaper option, so will go back and try that. Restaurant is small and cosy.
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Posted: Tue Apr 30 2013
Argentinian restaurant in Camden Town, serving traditional cuts of beef, as well as milanesas (veal escalopes) and empanadas (traditional Argentinian pasties).
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