For fresh buffet food, a good variety of side dishes and some great barbecue, Siga La Vaga is the place to haunt. This place translates into 'follow ... More
Siga La Vaca
For fresh buffet food, a good variety of side dishes and some great barbecue, Siga La Vaga is the place to haunt. This place translates into 'follow the cow' and there is more meat served here than anywhere else in Buenos Aires. Plus, you also get a free bottle of wine or a litre of beer ... it's your choice.
It came out to about US$30 a person, but all you could eat BBQ (HUGE grills of BBQ meat, and great salad bar) and a bottle of wine or liter of beer (your choice). It doesn't get busy until after midnight (normal eating time it seems) and after a bottle of wine and a few steaks I fell asleep at the table...nevertheless....I'm going back there as soon as I get back to BA
The price is as high as steak houses in New York. up from $12.00 the last time I was there to $63.00 now.in a couple of years???
The meat was tough, Chinchulines way overcooked.
I believe this place is on the way out.
I enjoyed every mouthful. I had beef for the appetizer, the main course, and for dessert. I savoured every mouthful. In addition, my wife wanted white wine and I red. The waitress brought us each a glass, then a refill. Then she just left the bottle of red on the table. Every time I went to the grill for more beef, when I returned the old plate was gone. The bill was about $12 us each. A very good value.
Seriously...a buffet of perfectly prepared meat and your own bottle of wine? For less than $15 US? Siga la Vaca was a hit with me and my friends on our Buenos Aires trip. We were seated after about a 20 min wait, but the food was well worth it. The restaurant is spacious and does not feel crowded or cluttered in any way. You have the choice of your cut of beef as well. Overall, when I think of the food of Buenos Aires, I miss Siga la Vaca.
This is the first thing I remember from my visit to Buenos Aires. It is the restaurant that I recommend to anyone who asks me. The food was great, you cannot get out of there not satisfied. Plus, for 30 pesos or something close to it, you can have all meat you want, plus wine and dessert! Amazing, I recommend!
While our group of 11 was promised a table within 30 minutes, it took nearly 2 hours to be seated. They ended up serving free empanadas to keep us happy. All cuts of beef and some pork are available all cooked to perfection. The meal includes a pitcher of soft drink or beer or a bottle of wine per person! The staff was attentive but slow. We almost left before the postres were served because we were unaware they were included. Yes, I would go again but I will be prepared for the long wait by bringing a book to read.
This place is great! There is a long wait at times for a table since it is so popular with both locals and tourists. The food is very good and abundant. The free bottle of wine was unexpected and a nice addition to the overall experience. I normally am not a frequent meat eater. The true carnivore comes out in me when I go to Buenos Aires. This place is the best place to feed it! I highly recommend Siga La Vaca!
A good all-you-can-eat steak and salad bar but the meat is just so-so. Cost at 26 pesos or about $8.50 US including wine, beer, or other drink, and dessert is remarkbale, just don't expect great steaks.
That's the best place to eat and drink in Buenos Aires. Imagine that you can eat what you can for less than 6 dollars (20 pesos), in a buffet of meats and vegetables. Imagine that you can have one drink included in the price - but if you choose a wine, you'll can have no a cup of wine, but a entire bottle of wine (yes, and it's not a little bottle, it's a standard size). Imagine that, after all, you can have a delicious dessert - if you choose milk sweet icecream ("helado de dulce de leche"), you'll never forget this. Imagine that this restaurant is located in one of the very pleasant places at Buenos Aires. Well, Siga La Vaca just isn't better because it's a lot of kilometers from home. ;) That's the best restaurant in the best neighbourhood to eat (Puerto Madero) in a city that is famous for your best and cheap foods (Buenos Aires). Try and verify that I'm not exceeding in my words.
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