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Lonely Planet review
This simple and friendly spot is just down from the Casa de San Martín on a street named after the Liberator’s mother. There’s no menu as such, just a limited choice from what’s available. Portions are small but very cheap. If you ask a few hours beforehand, staff can organize other dishes for you. There are river views and out the front is a large, 300-year-old palo borracho tree, in which, they say, a young San Martín used to play.