The menu consists of a range of platters of cheeses, cured meats and little pies, but together with an excellent bottle of local Malbec it was the perfect lunch for us on a day trip from Buenos Aires. The restaurant is in a very old building, all stone and polished brown wood, dimly lit through the small windows. We sat outside in a tiny courtyard against an ancient stone wall sprouting with bright green ferns. Service was friendly and efficient. The outside loo was clean and modern. It was only a leisurely 15 minute walk back to the ferry terminal, so there was time to linger over the excellent Uruguayan Malbec.
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