Located in the affluent Puerto Madero neighborhood and within walking distance of a handful of high-end hotel chains, this steakhouse serves the usual lineup of Argentinean parilla beef, principally to tourists. The restaurant is polished down to the glossy wood floors, tall-back leather chairs, and peekaboo wine-storage room. Though steak-centric, the menu has alternatives like pasta, lamb, and fish. Dessert includes lemon trifle with strawberries and pepper, as well as an Argentinean staple, crêpe of dulce de leche (a milk-based sauce).
Don't confuse this restaurant with its nearby, closely named competitor, Cabaña Las Lilas.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Full Bar
- Parking Available
- Patio/Outdoor Seating
Cuisine Type:: South American