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Close to Avenida Santa Fe, this is a quality restaurant that offers impeccable service. Many important artists, sportsmen and musicians have dined ... More
Close to Avenida Santa Fe, this is a quality restaurant that offers impeccable service. Many important artists, sportsmen and musicians have dined inside its doors. The decor is classically elegant, and the clientele tends to be a mixture of all types and ages. The menu is Mediterranean—special menus are offered on weekends, which include a small bottle of wine and a coffee for ARA12. The salad bar is even a better value, as you can eat very well for ARA7. If you prefer an a la carte menu, prices increase considerably.
It was a slow night which for us (party of 3 argies and 1 swede), was perfect, we needed to talk. The food was good, especially the brochette mixto (beef and chicken). The desserts were not altogether satisfactory. The Tiramisu was made a long time ago and was almost uneatable (beinga a #gordo# I finished it anyeway. The prices was not quite competetive, 144 USD for all four of us *incl 1 bottle of OK wine. I estimate the value to be about 110 USD when I compare to other restaurants in BSAS. The service was as always in Argentina impeccable and also at La Catedra , Friendly which is certainly not a rule in Argentina. Located in safe and upcoming area. On the whole I rate La Catedra 6,5 out of 10.
In the late '90s La Catedra was excellent. For a while thereafter it went downhill. However, I am glad to say that it has had a facelift, has new management and is now altogether much better value-for-money. Well worth a visit.
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