Las Nazarenas, Buenos Aires

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    Las Nazarenas: Las Nazarenas for mouth-watering steaks

    by VeronicaG Updated Feb 4, 2008

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    Las Nazarenas was recommended by a very credible source: a taxi driver. We asked where the best steak could be found downtown and we were directed to Laz Nazarenas. He was absolutely correct, the steaks were tender, cooked to our liking and tasty!!

    We entered the restaurant at the street level, passing a glassed pit where delectable meats were cooking. The downstairs dining area was crowded, so we were conducted to the second level where most of the tables were filled and the waiters were hopping! Our order was promptly taken as we sipped glasses of chilled wine.

    The aroma of beef slowly grilled to perfection, flooded the restaurant as our stomachs anticipated a delicious repast, which it was!

    We wouldn't hesitate to recommend Las Nazarenas. The service was excellent, the steaks absolutely wonderful and the evening a pleasant one in this establishment!

    Favorite Dish: Steak....divine; delicious

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    Las Nazarenas: also EARLY Dinner !!

    by WStat Updated Dec 10, 2006

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    Albeit purely or mostly touristic, Las Nazarenas offers the kind of food, the visitor of B.Aires expects and not only after 9pm, like the majority of B.Aires restaurants, but rather early, from 6pm on. Very good steaks, parilladas and also a broader menue of western dishes, from grilled chicken to lamb, pork etc. Fine salads and a good choice of wine add to the overall positive impression. Service is not always able to cope with the hoards of (mainly hungry US-) tourists) from the nearby Sheraton Convention Center Hotel, but are most frequently able to satisfy most guests according to their orders. To be on the safe side, let the waiter always repeat your order, as their english is less than basic. Not overpriced ! (1 Sirloin, 1 half grilled chicken, 2 mixed salads, 1 perrier and 1 bottle of Argentinian Malbec added up to USD 29 incl tips on Dec 1st)!!

    Favorite Dish: Sirloin or New York Cut a la Argentina
    If you want it a class better, see the "La Chacra"-Tip !

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