Argentinians love their meat, and the Asado, or Argentinian barbeque, is the way they like it best - grilled on a huge spit over a pit full of red hot coals. If you are invited to an Asado or decide to eat in a Parilla (BBQ restaurant), bring your appetite because the food is served in large portions and consists entirely of sausages, steaks, ribs with just a few grilled peppers on the side. Many Parillas are all you can eat for a fixed price so it might be wise to eat lightly beforehand. In the southern parts of the country the Asado uses goat meat instead of beef.
Maruja have a lot of character, they made a great job restore a very old house
have tables indoors and the best is the back yard, big and with wifi, just in case you need to check your mail between courses.
Favorite Dish: The menu is varied, fresh salads, beef is tasty , and my favorite is :
Papas Maruja, potatoes with ham and cheese, yummy !
Taste all you can in this winery-bakery-coffeehouse-chocolatemakers-everything you want except cigarettes....
Faut tout gouter dans cette epicerie-boulangerie-cafe-maisonduchocolat-presque tout sauf des clopes...
Favorite Dish: The Cafe Anambi : Capuchino + Brownie + Croissant + cookies : 3.5 pesos (1 USD)
Le Cafe Anambi : Capuchino + Brownie + Croissant + petits gateauxx sables : 3.5 pesos (1 USD)