The location in one of the converted red brick warehouses at Puerto Madero is perfect for people watching, if you score a prime table on the patio. Be prepared to wait for a table on Sunday afternoons, since a lot of local families come for asado. The wait is well worth it though...even if you have to sit inside.
You can order either small or large portions of almost every dish, depending on the number of people sharing, or how hungry you are. Even wine is available in small bottles if you're a party of one.
Though the prices are higher than other parrilla places in the city, it's well worth the "splurge".
Favorite Dish: Hard to pick a favorite since I liked everything I ordered. The bife de lomo was very good.
Another very good steakhouse where we stopped for lunch. It's modern and a bit lacking in atmosphere, but food is very good. And they have descriptions in English, a big help for me (and I imagine, for my friend who so far had to explain everything to me!)
This restaurant in in Puerto Madero, a removated warehouse district now housing offices and nice restaurants. It remindes me a little of (perhaps was modeled after) the Quincy Market area of Boston.