The look of old boozer dusted. A kitchen covered in white ceramic, open to a small room, noisy and warm. Bistro mess, carnivorous and inflamed by the talent of an Argentine leader - Fernando Di Tomaso - and his South American brigade. That sums up what looks like Pulpería. On the menu that changes with the taste of the day, some pretty Latin specialties (ceviche, empanadas) and Meat. With a capital T, if you-please.
Très bon, mais assez cher