Wondering if anyone tried the Peruvian place called El Chalan?
It is somewhat close to Gauchos, can't remember the name of the street.
They serve some pretty solid food, normally a combination of rice, beans, stewed beef, ceviches and very nice fish.
Another one of these places designed for locals, not tourists.
Lomo Saltado a Lo Pobre rocks (minced beef, rice, fries, a fried egg on top of the rice and amazing sauce...).
I am interested in all kinds of "gems" restaurants that aren't too touristy but offer great value, like The Kitchen, El Chalan and this Colombian place close to the Church on Noord (forgot the name!), would any of you know other restaurants like these?