Blackheath isn’t short of decent places to eat, but this Argentinian steakhouse stands out in the popularity, er, stakes. Swarthy waiters in black uniforms tend the clutch of scrubbed wooden tables in the bistro-like dining room, delivering hunks of grass-fed beef straight from the Pampas. If you like to mainline cholesterol, start with grilled provoleta cheese or morcilla. Ravenous or iron-deficient diners could then opt for a parrillada: various meat cuts including rump & sirloin steak, brought to table on a sizzling lava stone. Puddings make heavy use of dulce de leche. There’s also a range of pastas & pizzas: not so surprising when you learn that 55% of Argentinians are of Italian extraction. On the wine list, however, Argentina dominates.
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