Buenos Aires Argentine Steakhouse - Wimbledon

62 Wimbledon Hill Road , London, SW19 7PA

3 reviews

Wimbledon Merton

Buenos Aires Wimbledon June 2015 4

SquareMeal Review of Buenos Aires Argentine Steakhouse - Wimbledon

Prime Argentinian steak specialist Buenos Aires majors in moody interiors, South American artwork and Latin music. Warm up with homemade empanadas and a clutch of vegetarian dishes, or head straight for the flat rib-eye, paired with chimichurri or peppercorn sauce. Pampas-reared beef can be ordered per large plate: those succulent slabs of rib-eye (available in three sizes), churrasco (rump), sirloin or lomo (fillet). Can’t decide? No problem: there’s a vast ‘sampler’ option, featuring all four cuts. As you would hope, the wine list offers roughly a dozen Malbecs, alongside signature cocktails; don’t miss the Dulce de Leche digestif, a great way to round off a protein-packed feast. Canny bookers will be pleased to hear Buenos Aires offer numerous promotions too.

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8.0

Food & Drink: 9.7

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 6.3

Value: 6.3

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

steve f. 01 December 2014

The Buenos Aires steak house is mainly about Argentinian Beef as you would guess. The restaurant is pretty ordinary, quite small, small wooden tables and could be anything. However the starters, which one assumes are truly Argentinian as no one had heard of them, were interesting, and everyone agreed the steak was outstanding, and their cheesecake was fantastic. I also had a very good but inexpensive bottle of Mendoza Malbec, £25, Terek or something like that, and very nice, recommended by the waiter, who was helpful and chatty. So good for a good steak if you do not want a fussy restaurant but care about your meat.

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

steve f. 01 December 2014

The Buenos Aires steak house is mainly about Argentinian Beef as you would guess. The restaurant is pretty ordinary, quite small, small wooden tables and could be anything. However the starters, which one assumes are truly Argentinian as no one had heard of them, were interesting, and everyone agreed the steak was outstanding, and their cheesecake was fantastic. I also had a very good but inexpensive bottle of Mendoza Malbec, £25, Terek or something like that, and very nice, recommended by the waiter, who was helpful and chatty. So good for a good steak if you do not want a fussy restaurant but care about your meat.

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

James F. 09 July 2014

Lovely small restaurant, with several discount offers during week. this makes a good value restaurant, great value. Steaks (as they should be) are fantastic.

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