Time Out Says
Currently it’s not the liveliest of venues, but it has potential to be though, with colourful lights, vibrant décor welcoming staff. It even has a nightly tango show by professional dancers from Buenos Aires on show while guests dine, which is fun and upbeat, it’s just a shame there aren’t more people to enjoy it.
When it comes to the menu Argentina Grill’s offerings are just as lively and the list is full of inventive dishes that catch our peckish eyes.
The restaurant uses traditional asado grill cooking methods and the kitchen boasts three Argentinean parrillas and a Jospers, so it’s no surprise that there’s a large list of Argentinian meat cuts on offer.
Other highlights include lamb on mashed white beans and seafood paella with garlic sauce.
But although everything is cooked well, dishes unfortunately don’t pack as big of an appetising punch as we’d expect or hope. And prepare to order side dishes too, as the mains don’t come with much, meaning your bill can add up quickly.
While it’s not a must-visit quite yet, with a few tweaks this has potential.
WHAT IS IT...
A colourful al fresco steakhouse with top views of La Mer
Brilliant meat choices and inventive mixtures
By Time Out Dubai staff | 02 Feb 2020
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