This downtown restaurant joins Portuguese and Argentinian cuisines at the same table. That’s how Portuguese-born Elisabete Martins and her Argentinian chef husband Mauricio Ghiglione want it. They serve dishes such as oven-roasted cod with corn bread but if you really want to leave Belos Aires with an open mouth and a full stomach, go for the Argentinian side of the menu, including the ‘criola’ with veal, raisins, cumin and sweet chilli. Move on to the beef, grilled. The steak ojo is a great choice, and so is the colita de cuadril (a sort of rump steak). Don’t even think about leaving before picking your dessert: we suggest dulce de leche pancakes.
Time Out tips:
– Empanadas are a great appetiser.
– If you don’t have the energy to walk after the meal, you can stay at the Belos Aires apartments.
– A €6 breakfast is served, including fresh bread, mini-croissants, cookies and homemade cake...