Argentine Steakhouse, serving meat imported from South America.
2008 Update: I think the restaurant expanded and now includes the number 3 & 5 houses too. I did not recognize the interior; the kitchen is probably turned 90 degrees and now located at the back. There are in between ways to go from one house to the other.
The food still is OK and a 2-course meal inclusing drink is about 25 Euro's.
BTW We ended our Feb 22 2003 VT-meeting here.
Favorite Dish: Brocheta de Lomo.
It was the 3rd time that I ate here during the VT meeting on 22-2-2003. And again it was very nice. The Egyptian owner and staff are friendly and service is reasonably quick.
During the evening we saw the place fill up nicely too, which is a good sign.
Favorite Dish: The main item is Argentinian steaks but there is also chicken, lamb and vegetarian.
I ordered a round of garlic bread and melted cheese from the oven.
Side dishes can be ordered separately. Some dishes have side-dishes included.
My favourites are the garlic bread, roast corn, the farmhouse chips and baked potato with sour cream.
Including drinks (wine and lemonade) we spent about ?20 per person.