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This is a great idea. Three choices of menu on one terrace. I ate from the Italian menu (twice) and it was great. Good idea if groups prefer choice. Lovely view out to sea - we saw a storm passing by to the south and...it was very impressive.
Bewst to order uba pinta if you want a large beer. I asked for a large beer twice and got una cana (small beer) twice.More
I had booked a table at this restaurant for tonight having been here on many occasions and was looking forward to celebrating our last evening and my friends promotion. We arrived and we were totally ignored by a surly waiter, who, when asked when our...table would be available, kept shrugging and looked even more surly as the minutes ticked and he continued to ignore us.Totally ruined our last evening as we were ignored and left in horror at the unpleasant reception. We left in horror that such a restaurant with an apparently good reputation, would completely ignore return customers. Never again- don’t waste your time and we have informed all our Sitges friends not to recommend- such appalling treatment.More
A wonderful experience, truly.
The waiter and hostess very attentive, the food was amazing, but best of all because they have an Italian restaurant as, well next door on the same terrace, we were able to order from that restaurant also.
We had their famous...Argentinean meat pastries, Italian pasta with a truffle cream sauce, and a beautiful rib-eye steak grilled to perfection.
The dessert was out of this world.
They have an amazing selection of wines as well.
My wife and I are already planning for our next date night there soon.....
Truly a memorable experience and thank you.....More
3 of us tried to enjoy the spending of this place which previously has been excellent
It has now joined with two other kitchens to become an Italian, Argentinian, Sushi bar, which sounds great but it’s still 3 different kitchens
My main came 3 minutes...after my starter I had Italian and my friends had Argentinian and the mains came out 35 minutes after I had finished my main
It felt like I was dining alone
When I talked to the waitress she just shrugged her shoulders and said I know
Won’t be returning
Food was great though but marredMore
Best empanadas I had in a restaurant, including Argentina. I assume the rest of the food was good to but since I was blown away by the empanadas I can't remember the rest. The wine was really good and inexpensive.
Food was excellent, it was really clever to be able to choose food from 3 different restaurants one next to other.
Meat was tender and tasty, other dishes were exquisite. Waiter Yanina was very welcoming and helpful. I am ready to come back.
Went here on 14/2/20, The majority of the meal was great. What let it down was the bread, yes it was warm and bought when we had almost finished our steaks. Now out here in Spain we are use to bread & olives being served...at the table with no charge. When the bill came we were charged for the bread which we had not ordered. This was very upsetting & I was not going to say anything as it was valentines. The waitress would have received a tip but as you are charging for bread thats not been ordered no tip was being left. This did give me a sour taste for this restaurant.More
Date of visit: February 2020
BAIRESGROUP, Marketing at Buenos Aires Grill Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 8 August 2020
We are sorry to hear your experience wasn't as expected with us.
Bread and olives being served with no charge is not something typical in our region, its a courtesy each restaurant chooses to have. Even though we don't have that service, it's...More