Discover the best restaurant in Huerta Grande, Argentina including La Pasta Casera, El Bosque, parrilla restobar la bordalesa, Mamma Mia, Como en casa, Lo de Nedda, El Buho, La Parrilla de Raul, La Rosa Blanca Restaurante, Pizzeria Gusto
Things to do in Huerta Grande
4 based on 45 reviews
Small family restaurant attached to a shop that sells fresh Italian pasta. Wonderful people, great food at excellent prices.
Good food at an excellent price and very nice owners at this simple trattoria co-located with a fresh pasta shop. Located one street off the main road leading through La Falda. Frequented by locals - best if you speak Spanish. Would definitely go back if we pass throught the area again.
4.5 based on 453 reviews
A nice place to have high or cream teas. I had scones with strawberry jam and earl grey tea served with real tea leaves, a strainer and a strainer holder that was really twee.
We had two children with us and they can play in the garden. The place is huge and obviously popular with locals on a Sunday late afternoon.
With so many children it gets a bit noisy but bearable. Waiters take orders on their tablets so everything is well organised.
I don't give them full points because the take neither debit nor credit cards, although this is proudly stated at the beginning of the menu.
It's not cheap, so I believe they ought to take credit cards. Some clever thugs will widen up that there's a lot of cash in the premises one day. Until that happens they'll keep trading "cash only".
4 based on 105 reviews
Service-quality-money.Located in the Downtown.
4 based on 160 reviews
My review comes late, I first came here back in 1995, while working on a mayor project with then GTE building a new Cellular network called CTI.
Came here with friends and at the time the business was booming with Americans and the service was high. The food was excellent, the service was pleasant.
Fast forward 19 yrs and a slightly different story, the food was ok at best, the service seems forced and dry...not so pleasant.
The price was fair, not sure as to why the feeling was cold and uninterested in providing me a more pleasurable atmosphere in order for me to surrender my money without hesitation. But, I did get the feeling even before I began to eat that I was not returning.
I decided in 2014 to return and thought that perhaps the 2013 visit was just a bad night. Needless to say was less than helpful and un-eager to help me select a wine. So, in order to save my money and to add frustration, I decided to just leave and go somewhere else.
4 based on 133 reviews
Gluten free folks: Como en Casa thickens their sauces with corn starch!
Pollo agridulce con ananas is yummy if you want meat that is like a dessert.
Arroz concileana is a good vegetarian option.
Matambre ala pizza without jamon is a favorite of mine. They don't always have it available as I have seen many people order and be told "not today."
The service is good. Yes, the decor is horrid, kitschy unintentionally.
Good prices! Closed on Wednesdays.
4 based on 157 reviews
Delicious appétizer and very good food! Try the Trumpeter from 2012. Thuis wine is excellent with lomo. Till now the best restaurant in the area.
4.5 based on 188 reviews
Our favorite Entrada is the proveletta grillada with grilled vegetables.
While I would not venture to say that central Argentina is know for good salads, but El Buho definitely delivers a lovely salad.
The Costal Azul salad is a favorite with apples, nuts, blue cheese, and ojas verdes.
The ice cream desserts are truly a treat, be sure to share because they are large and super sweet.
4 based on 235 reviews
4 based on 117 reviews
La Rosa Blanca, under the direction of Chef Guillermo Pablo Jaime, has become a place in the gastronomy of author in Cordoba. Received the prestigious culinary school "Azafran" has explored flavors and textures seeking delight the most discerning palates. "La Rosa Blanca Restaurant" has a large hall for more than 100 people. Offering the best combination of culinary excellence and dedicated service for more than 15 years.
Lovely atmosphere for my wedding anniversary dinner. A bit expensive for those of us living in Argentina, earning pesos, but quite affordable, I imagine, for international travelers.Thanks for your comments. I hope you enjoyed your wedding anniversary celebration.
4 based on 47 reviews
pizzas in the punilla region are pretty dismal, with the exception of gusto, which only opened recently with a portenyo who trained in b.a. on hoe to do it right, and right by us he did do it. had our first four-cheese pizza, done in a faina dough (chickpea flour) at my request, due to grain intolerance. an amazing treat, and prices r still reasonable...don't miss-out!
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