Lovely bygone era feel to this cafe restaurant in terms of decor and service. Worth going if only to have a coffee.
We came here for lunch as we explored the area (it's near the Recoleta cemetery). It was full of locals which is always a good sign and the meals were large, reasonably priced, and very good. As it was so busy, we were waiting for around 15 minutes for a table. This problem could have been improved had the tables... 更多
This cafe, which is one of the oldest in Buenos Aires, is where you will find locals lined up for coffee and facturas (pastries) in the morning before work. The service is exceptional if you choose to sit (but many wait in line for their morning fix).
This restaurant has the very special charm of a place where time stood still. It is easy to imagine that patrons enjoyed their meals in the same setting a generation ago. The food was good and the prices reasonable. The service was friendly as well. Make sure to bring some time and enjoy the atmosphere.
This spot was the rendezvous for our walking tour. The waiters were very nice and accommodating. Our breakfast cake and coffee were nice and it was reasonably priced. There was no pressure to order anything else. We therefore returned for lunch a couple of days later after walking the street market. We had a tasty pasta lunch which was a... 更多
Came across La Puerto Rico by chance and so glad we did. You feel like you have gone back in time as soon as you enter the cafe. It has a lovely feel to the place and the waiters make you feel welcome. Huge choice of pastries and the coffee is great.
We wandered in for a late lunch after seeing the chalkboard sign at the street corner in the middle of the Sunday crafts market. We enjoyed the atmosphere more than the spinach pasta that was well past al dente but the sauce had decent flavor. The curry sauce with grilled chicken (generous portion) was a nice surprise. The crusty bread... 更多
Not sure if it was a scam or an honest mistake, but when I tried to pay with my Visa the payment got "rejected" twice. I ended up paying in cash, only to find out back home that my card had been charged twice. Furthermore two men tried to pickpocket my wife's handbag, but got chased away by the waiter... 更多
While walking on the streets f BUenos Aires, you hear tango playing. Enter this restaurant and your feets start moving with the sound. Old restaurant with history, jump back 50 years in time. See details e.g. lamps and bar. Enjoy a drink, have coffee or eat. Service is good and friendly. Also "facilites" are in good condition. We stopped there... 更多