- Baires (the Argentinean name for Buenos Aires) is made up of small, brightly colored rooms on the lower floor, and a large, lively room upstairs, frequented by Hispano-Americans. The friendliness and warmth hits you as you enter the restaurant and you will find a menu that is typically South American. Amongst the Argentinean dishes, Empanadas al horno and Matambre are worthy of note, but the meat dishes are the specialities of the house: Guiso criollo (beef stew), Pastel de papas y carne (meat and potato timbale), and Parillada (barbecued meats, served with a selection of salsas). There are homemade desserts such as Dulce de leche and Pastelito de dulce de membrillo (puff pastry filled with quince and fried). Booking is advisable.
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