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Calle Rio Lerma, 175 (Calle Rio Guadalquivir) Send to Phone
A quality, reasonably-priced Argentine steakhouse.


Lunch & Dinner daily

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Quebracho Restaurant Review

: Mexico City is replete with Argentine steakhouses, and Quebracho is one of the best within its economical price range. Decorated in masculine tones---dark polished wood on the walls, tiles on the floor, plain café chairs and tables---the restaurant is as spacious as it is charming, although it can get quite noisy when it is full (most afternoons and evenings during peak hours). All of the standard Argentine cuts are available, such as bife de chorizo (rump steak), vacío (flank steak) and bife de lomo (sirloin tip roast). But if you’re not in the mood for steak, you could also make a meal from the tempting offerings among the appetizers, such as crisp watercress salad with pine nuts and bacon; rich, grilled provolone cheese; empanadas stuffed with meat, cheese or spinach; and matambre (a cold roll of beef stuffed with vegetables and hard-boiled egg). The wine list is not extensive, but offers various reasonably-priced Argentine Malbecs and Cabernets.

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