Many restaurants have a theme, but few are as political as here. Make no doubt, this where those to still admire Juan and Eva Peron come to eat and talk. The walls are covered with photographs and memorabilia of that era and, when the Peronist March is played, as it is every so often, diners rise and sing along lustily. Even if you're not politically inclined, the menu is well worth a visit. Serving traditional Argentinian dishes, you'll find a good selection from which to choose. The waitstaff is friendly and attentive, and most speak English if you don't speak Spanish and have questions about the menu.
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