Siga la vaca, Buenos Aires

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  • Following the cow to the burner!
    Following the cow to the burner!
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    One of the employees havin a fag..
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    Struggling to finish the plate..
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    Siga La Vaca: All you can eat asados!!

    by Abeyna Written Jun 7, 2008

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    I was recommended this place by my local argentinian friend and now I understand why. Ever wanted to sample all types of asados in one place?? Well, Siga la Vaca in Puerto Madero provides you with this stomach challenging opportunity!!

    All you can eat culinary delights at its best.. and at a cheapo price of max 55 pesos for dinner including drinks (about half a litre of X) plus dessert (try the sweet potato candy and cheese.. random!)

    I went twice in 3 days... 'nuff said!

    Favorite Dish: The salad will fill you up before the meat does..

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    Siga la vaca: Parrillada

    by rodrigonp Written Feb 10, 2008

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    Siga la Vaca is a steakhouse located at Puerto Madero and very popular among Buenos Aires residents. I've been there on a sunday, they do have an option that you pay $52 pesos for all you can eat Parrilla, Salads, Deserve and you have 1 liter of drinks (wine, soda or beer).

    The food is pretty good, the parrilla's are very well served and delicious. The only thing I didn't like was the service, I don't know they treated me bad because it was too crowded or something else but I had a lot of troubles to order drinks, the deserve and the bill.

    Favorite Dish: I enjoyed all the meats, but I would recommend most the "Bife de Chorizo"

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    All you can eat: Siga la Vaca

    by sof76 Updated Jul 25, 2007

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    it's an all you can eat meat restaurant.
    The food is good and priceless!
    There are some of them arround Buenos Aires, but only two in the capital. One in Puerto Madero and the other one in Costanera Norte.

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    Siga la vaca: All You Can Eat Buffett!

    by asteve777 Written May 18, 2006

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    All you can eat place. One of the best places I ate at! 33 pesos for Dinner . Thats around 11.00 US dollars! The owner was very kind to me and the ice cream with slivered almonds was so good, i had 2! I was impressed with this place!

    Favorite Dish: The ice cream! I haven't had anything like it!

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    Siga la vaca: Follow the cow!

    by aero198 Written Feb 19, 2005

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    Lily @ Siga la vaca

    This restaurant is what Argentinians call "tenedor libre" (all you can eat).

    They are specialized in meats.

    Good aspects:
    -Excellent quality of meats.
    -The price includes the soft drink (almost 1 lt!) and the dessert.
    -Good variety of salads and meats.

    Bad Aspects
    -The service / Staff is not very attentive.

    Favorite Dish: Meat´s Buffet.

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    SIGA LA VACA: asado de verdadera carne

    by luzmaria Updated Mar 6, 2004

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    siguiendo la vaca

    Excellent service and a very good choice of meat and salads as well as french fries... Usually u have to wait for a while on weekdays cos they dont take reservations.
    For 22 pesos you can eat all u want and it includes dessert and one drink -either wine or beer or soda or water.

    de restaurantes si te gusta la carne a la parrilla hay que ir a siga la vaca en puerto madero (downtown) y por 22 pesos cada uno comen todo lo que quieran sin limite y beben un litro de cerveza, vino o gaseosa cada uno y un postre. (1 dolar esta a casi 3 pesos).

    Favorite Dish: pork!!!

    el cerdo!!!

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    Siga La Vaca: Great all-you-can-eat barbeque

    by mrtourne Written Dec 10, 2003

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    This bustling restaurant in Puerto Madero does one thing and it does it very well - argentine barbeque (hence the name that translates as "Follow The Cow"). A big, well -lit dining room with two different grilling areas where you can order meat directly from the grill plus a well stocked salad bar for one low price is more than many places can claim. To give you an idea, a dinner for 3 with a bottle of wine (and including 3 small bottles of water and dessert) ran about 20 dollars including tip.

    The one thing I am not too sure of is how it would be for a foreigner to ask for a specific type of meat (there's various cuts available), since I am not sure the people manning the grill will be proficient in English - in any case am sure any of the patrons will help you with that....

    Favorite Dish: Um, steak

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    Siga la Vaca: A meat lovers paradise!

    by cvsolfari Updated Oct 22, 2002

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    This Argentinian classic is a meat lovers paradise! They have about 8-10 varieties of meat and it's all that you can eat, including a pitcher of beer! But don't forget to call ahead because reservations are required.

    Favorite Dish: Meat!

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