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  1. #207

    Puerta del Inca

    Fish/seafood/pasta.

    Bolivar 373 in San Telmo.

    Daily lunch specials at 250 pesos.

    Good value, big portions.

  2. #206

    Parrilla 29

    This is a typical parrilla with good quality meat at good prices.

    Located in Puerto Madero next to the enterance to the casino.

    Opens 11am for lunch.

  3. #205

    La Clotilde

    Located on the corner of Cervino and Salguero.

    House specialty is ribs, other meats, salads,etc.

    Good quality food, decent portions,fairly priced.

    It is a big restaurant with some outdoor seating but is very busy with a waiting list on weekends.

  4. #204
    Quote Originally Posted by Gandolf50  [View Original Post]
    Under the "K" regime they sure did!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Perhaps I should have clarified: the AFIP does NOT "shake down" bars and restaurants in the CABA.

  5. #203
    Quote Originally Posted by RockHarders  [View Original Post]
    The AFIP (the Argentine version of the IRS) does not do shakedowns. They conduct random inspections during normal working hours to make sure every single transaction is being entered into the government required computer and to verify that social security payments are being made correctly or all employees. They also conduct inspections in response to "denuncias" that can come any hour of the day.
    Under the "K" regime they sure did!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. #202

    As always

    Quote Originally Posted by RockHarders  [View Original Post]
    The AFIP (the Argentine version of the IRS) does not do shakedowns. They conduct random inspections during normal working hours to make sure every single transaction is being entered into the government required computer and to verify that social security payments are being made correctly or all employees. They also conduct inspections in response to "denuncias" that can come any hour of the day.
    Thanks for the clarification. AFIP really doesn't shake down businesses? Apologies to those guys.

  8. #201
    Quote Originally Posted by DaddyRulz  [View Original Post]
    I would be a shitload of money it's a shakedown.
    The AFIP (the Argentine version of the IRS) does not do shakedowns. They conduct random inspections during normal working hours to make sure every single transaction is being entered into the government required computer and to verify that social security payments are being made correctly or all employees. They also conduct inspections in response to "denuncias" that can come any hour of the day.

  9. #200

    Graft

    Quote Originally Posted by Thomaso276  [View Original Post]
    AFIP stickers on doors. They had been closed for Feb. For vacation. Stickers showed up today.
    I would be a shitload of money it's a shakedown.

  10. #199

    Establo closed

    AFIP stickers on doors. They had been closed for Feb. For vacation. Stickers showed up today.

  11. #198

    Gato Viejo

    For those of you looking for another, different experience try this restaurant. It's on the Libertador Avenue number 405. That is on the other side of the avenue from where you would expect. It's hidden amongst old abandoned railway sheds. The owner is Carlos Regazzoni, a reasonably well World known sculptor. Carlos uses junk from these old sheds to fashion his sculptures and is one hell of a weird, fun guy to meet.

    The restaurant isn't easy to find but if you follow the path entering at the 405 number of Libertador you'll come across it. Here you will find anything from an avestruz (ostrich) leg on the parrilla (grill) to a huge boar or wild pig roasting away.

    You'll probably eat what Carlos suggests whether you like it or not. The idea behind the restaurant is that you eat road kill or at least railroad kill.

    Carlo's father or grandfather (I don't remember exactly) worked on the trans-Patagonia railroad Sometimes the train would hit an ostrich or something and they would stop, pick it up and cook it on the train's engine.

    It's not for the feint of heart and much less for a weak stomach but for those looking for that one time experience in Buenos Aires (and probably in the World) try it out. I highly recommend it for someone with a knowledge of Spanish and a love of art as Carlos will sit at your table for a while and squeezing stories and experience as an artist out of him makes the evening worthwhile.

    Check him, his work and his restaurant here: http://www.regazzoniarts.com/elgatoviejo/.



    PS - Only Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays

  12. #197
    Quote Originally Posted by Jackpot  [View Original Post]
    Yo TL,

    You must not have had their mushrooms.

    Cigar Eric and I got the shits from what we surmised.

    From the shrooms. About 2 years ago.

    Haven't been back.

    Jackpot.
    I eat there very often and by that I mean, some time back, at least three times a week and I'm a big mushroom fan. I never had the slightest problem. But that doesn't mean it can't happen. As far as it goes, it can happen ion almost any restaurant.

    One of my favorite meals with a girl I used to hang around with was to sit at the bar, ask for a dish or garlic shrimp and a bottle of Malbec. As TL says, it's the best in town!

  13. #196

    Sick at Tancat

    Quote Originally Posted by TejanoLibre  [View Original Post]
    Excellent Spanish Tapas Bar.

    Downtown just a few blocks from the "Triangle.".

    http://www.tancatrestaurante.com/

    Highly Recommended Boys!

    Best Garlic Shrimp in Town.

    Spanish Octopus.

    Nice Place!

    Usually packed for lunch and Dinner. Very Nice Atmosphere.

    TL

    I think that Tancat means "Closed" in Catalan .
    Yo TL,

    You must not have had their mushrooms.

    Cigar Eric and I got the shits from what we surmised.

    From the shrooms. About 2 years ago.

    Haven't been back.

    Jackpot.

  14. #195

    Campechano. Larrea 1541

    Quote Originally Posted by AllIWantIsLove  [View Original Post]
    It's not possible to judge the food based on one meal (Suprema). Although the suprema was fine.

    But what's really nice about this place is many outdoor tables. Across from a small park. And this section of Larrea doesn't seem to get much traffic. MUCH more pleasant then the few tables you find outside many restaurants on busy major streets.

    Not far from the intersection of Las Heras and Pueyrredon.

    Bob.
    Just ate here for the third and last time. The bife de chorizo I had was the toughest piece of meat I've ever had. The first two times I ate here I had suprema and papas fritas and those meals were fine.

    I still think that the outside tables close to a park are nice.

    Bob.

  15. #194

    Tancat

    Excellent Spanish Tapas Bar.

    Downtown just a few blocks from the "Triangle.".

    http://www.tancatrestaurante.com/

    Highly Recommended Boys!

    Best Garlic Shrimp in Town.

    Spanish Octopus.

    Nice Place!

    Usually packed for lunch and Dinner. Very Nice Atmosphere.

    TL

    I think that Tancat means "Closed" in Catalan .

  16. #193

    Campechano. Larrea 1541

    It's not possible to judge the food based on one meal (Suprema). Although the suprema was fine.

    But what's really nice about this place is many outdoor tables. Across from a small park. And this section of Larrea doesn't seem to get much traffic. MUCH more pleasant then the few tables you find outside many restaurants on busy major streets.

    Not far from the intersection of Las Heras and Pueyrredon.

    Bob.

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