Lonely Planet review
Some might find it hard to believe that steak-obsessed Buenos Aires has produced its first vegetarian, organic and raw food restaurant, but it was just a matter of time. Well-prepared ‘spaghetti’ (shredded zucchini), sliced vegetable salads and a beet soup with almond milk are sound and tasty choices, while the excellent licuados (fruit shakes) can be amended with spirulina or a wheatgrass shot. The desserts are surprisingly good as well. Except for chapatti bread, nothing served here has been cooked over 40°C.