The name is slang for ‘wide boy', but there's nothing underhand about this smart new outfit from the owners of Casa Malevo. Comprising a long bar on the ground floor, with a fully open kitchen downstairs, Zoilo eschews the steakhouse format in favour of classic Argentinian dishes served as gutsy small plates. Start with intense deep-fried pig's head cubes with a quince dip, or a savoury hit of melted provoleta cheese with almonds and honey, before moving on to delicate, melting sweetbreads with onions and lemon, or spicy empanadas salteñas. Of the two cuts of steak available, the excellent-quality ojo de bife (rib-eye) impresses, despite its rather overpowering chimichurri sauce. Dulce de leche crème brûlée with banana-split ice cream makes for a winning finale, and the classy all-Argentinian wine list doesn't disappoint the well-heeled crowd.
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