Architect Marcelo Joulia and photographer Enrique Zanoni were wise enough to retain the vintage 1970s decor of this former butcher's shop when they opened their temple to Argentinian beef. Orange tiles and matching light fixtures provide the backdrop for the fashionable, black-dressed crowd that comes here for thick slabs of meat grilled over charcoal and served with a selection of sauces. If you find yourself hesitating, opt for the lomo (fillet) with chimichurri, a mild salsa - and don't forget to wash it down with Argentinian wine, a rarity in Paris.
15 rue Paul Bert
|Opening hours:||8-10.30pm Mon; 12.15-2.30pm, 8-10.30pm Tue-Thur; 12.15-2.30pm, 8-11pm Fri & sat|
|Transport:||Metro: Faidherbe - Chaligny|
|Price:||Main courses €25-€37. Prix fixe Lunch €17|
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