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Moo Cantina - Pimlico

Restaurants, Argentinian Pimlico
4 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)

Time Out says

This Pimlico branch of the mini-chain - there's another on Brick Lane and one in the City - brings an Argentinian cantina vibe to Vauxhall Bridge Road. Expect South American street-food, Argentinian steaks, house cocktails and beers sunk in the spacious garden come summertime.

The food menu features a range of dishes popular in Argentina, with empanadas, sweetbreads and chimichurri olives alongside lomito sandwiches, steaks and chorizo 'criolla' - Argentinian chorizo served with roasted peppers and grilled onions. Desserts include pancakes served with dulce de leche, affogato and flan casero - a South American take on crème caramel.

There's an Argentinian slant to the wines on offer, though Spain, Chile and Italy get a look in too. Many are available by the glass. Beers by the bottle include Quilmes, Cuzquena, Alhambra and Sol, and there's Meantime Lager on draught. Keep an eye out for house cocktails too, such as the ‘Sweet Moo’ with vanilla vodka, rum and dulce de leche.



Address: 43 Vauxhall Bridge Road
Opening hours: Open noon-11pm Sun-Thurs; noon-11.30pm Fri-Sat.
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4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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Friendly service and delicious food. Meat is prepared in a proper Argentinian style. Fair price. Recommend.


I went here to watch an Argentina rugby match and even though I might have been slightly threatened by a man who thought I was welsh it has the best atmosphere. Those Argentines do know how to party! 

The empanadas I had were delicious and they have a great selection of gin and tonics.

I do not know how this place is when Argentina is not playing a sport but if you want to watch and game and support them in football or rugby this is the place to be. If you happen to walk in and you are supporting the opposing team (which happened during the football world cup when some poor Holland fans walked in unaware this was an Argentine pub) lets just say they are a very proud nation and they will make sure you feel as unwelcome as possible without physical violence. 

Fun fact, the Pumas visited this venue during their tour, so they must be doing something right!

food was good, but they made me wait for 45 minutes for a hotdog...the fries were spongy and cold, and no sauces... i'm not going there again!

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