Localities: 
San Isidro
Establishments type: 
Restaurants
Region: 
Buenos Aires
Establishments information
Description: 

This is a spacious and casual facility—enveloped by the fresh air from the San Isidro riverside—that offers several rooms and areas, including the terrace that looks out to the street and the garden in the back.

The kitchen is run by Jose Dell'Acqua (aka Satan) and the menu was created so that everyone could find an option that suits them. The ingredients are fresh and top-quality. The dishes are prepared on the spot, as opposed to the fast-food philosophy, which is why it is better if you come relaxed and with time to spare —just as the art of fine dining mandates.

Just like bistros, the daily specials are advertised on the street and the dishes on the menu change regularly. There are fabulous dishes, such as prawn carpaccio, as well as quesadillas, woks, pastas and the catch of the day, prepared in Mediterranean style and La Anita style.

The wine menu is good and offers some unconventional choices. Even though it is usually busy, you are likely to find a table. La Anita, inspired by its counterpart in Ibiza, is an original and interesting option from the Buenos Aires gastronomic scene.  The formula works because the concept is versatile, open and friendly, and has a good price-quality ratio.

Address: 

Tiscornia 843

Phone: 
+54 (11) 4742 6255