Nestled on a quiet Palermo corner, this charming, French-influenced bistro is a classic example of why Buenos Aires is known as the Paris of South America. Large windows run across the restaurant, making the room bright, airy and inviting - the ideal spot for a lazy, late-afternoon lunch. Grab a table by the windows or in the outdoor seating area and you are in a prime location for people-watching. The menu offers a small list of carefully selected items mounted on a large chalkboard, like a beet risotto in a mushroom sauce, and also includes a wine list that features hand-picked organic wines. For an unforgettable dessert, make sure to order the homemade lemon pie or the créme bruleé.
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