JCB, D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
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Argentina's’ variety of climatic conditions and terrain are recreated at this very popular and lively restaurant. There are a total of 5 restaurant areas - complete with a shipwreck, winter garden filled with exotic tropical plants, iguanas and aquarium with piranha. There are also 3 bars serving quality Argentinian wines, rum, liquors, great cocktails. Add to all this a live band/singer, tango dancers, magician and Capoeira acrobats and you have a venue where there is always something going on - a cross between a cabaret club and restaurant. The menu excels in prime cuts of Argentinian steaks prepared on a traditional ‘parrilla’ open grill - minimising fat dripping/burning, maximising flavour. All that’s left is to round things off with a Cuban cigar.
Appetisers: Two traditional Argentinian pastries stuffed with beef and chimichurri sauce. (188Kč). Beef tartar with fried bread (289Kč). Fish: Fresh Canadian lobster on mixed leaf salad (280Kč per 100g). Tuna steak with ragout of grenaille potatoes, basil, beetroot, sour cream, roasted pepper sauce (630Kč). Tiger shrimp skewer in a warm vegetable salad, anchovy dressing (497Kč). Meat: Striploin steak from Argentinian Aberdeen Angus with fat crust, 300g (660Kč). Filet Mignon, cut from smaller tail end of tenderloin, with grilled red onion, 250g (669Kč). Different parts of lamb slow-baked in white wine, rosemary, herbs, gratin potatoes (280Kč). Dessert: Grilled pineapple with cinnamon, vanilla ice-cream coated in almonds (195Kč). Crème brûlée, caramel sauce (169Kč).
GPS: 50°5'26.449 N, 14°25'34.342 E
Locality: Prague 1 - Old Town
Underground: B - Náměstí Republiky
Bus: 133 - Dlouhá
Tram: 5, 8,14,26 - Dlouhá
From city centre: .
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