Parrilla El Quebracho: "where heaven meets Argentina" Cartagena Restaurant Tip by call_me_rhia

Cartagena Restaurants: 77 reviews and 122 photos

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  • churrasco - Cartagena
      churrasco
    by call_me_rhia
  • where heaven meets Argentina - Cartagena
 

One of the best meals we've had in Cartagena is at this well-known Argentian restaurant, whose speciality is the gutted pig roasting inside the giant glass oven, which we never had. It's located in a light blue building and, when it is open, you'll recognize it by the stuffed big bull at the door.

Favorite Dish: Some serious meats are served in this restaurant... imported from Argentina and cooked on charcoal for added flavour. My favourite one is a classic churrasco, served with cimichurri sauce, an oven-baked potato and some veggies. The chorizo that you can have as a starter is quite good, to - but tiny. Order tow of them if you want it as your main dish.

Address: Calle de Baloco No 2-69
Price Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: El Centro, inside the walled city
Phone: (095) 664 1300
Price: US$11-20
Rating: 5
Theme: Steakhouse
Website: http://www.restaurante-quebracho.com

Review Helpfulness: 2 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Aug 12, 2008
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