In constant running with Cabaña Las Lilas and La Brigada for the title of best steakhouse in the city, this Palermo Viejo place is very busy so be prepared for a wait—complimentary glasses of sparkling wine and cheese plates help you pass the time, though! The cozy room is dimly lit, with exposed brick walls, blackboards listing specials, and vintage toys and knick-knacks adorning the space. Once you’re at your table, stick with classics from the grill, like sweetbreads, rib eye, short ribs, and stuffed pork bondiola (shoulder). It may not be a traditional Argentine dessert, but the molten chocolate cake (volcan de chocolate) is a satisfying way to end the meal if you have room. There’s a second location just up the street which takes the overflow crowds.