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Has many locations, one of them, within the Museum of Decorative Arts in Recoleta, (Av. del Libertador 1902). Very beautiful environment. The other one, within the Larreta Museum in Belgrano, (Vuelta de Obligado 2155).
It is a lovely restaurant, the food is delicious and it is located next to a building that used to be a Palace in the 19 century.
This is the coffee shop of the Decorative museum. The museum is free and worth walking in to visit the inside of one of the big old palaces. The café recommended is a great break once your'e there
“A local favorite- it doesn't get more Palermo Chico than this. This place is nothing special: just your local restaurant with consistently good food and service. Best if seating outside with comforting views of Av. Libertador and its Parisian vibes. If you're looking for a casual place to eat, this is a must go. Every local would agree.”
“Start the day with Farinellis home made museli and create your own ¨licuado¨from baskets full of fresh fruits. Breakfast runs till after midday, when the counter is cleared and prepared for the beautifully presented lunch selection. The menu changes daily and anyone with a sweet tooth will find it hard to leave without sampling the sweet treats displayed in the window”
“Mornings coffee in the sunshine is a great way to start your day, Lunches are great as well!”
“(250 AR$/person) Go for a brunch at table 4. From 12pm to 12am, international cuisine. Phone. +54 11 4813 5900.”