The first barrio restaurant in London knows you're in for a treat. La Patagonia on Camden High Street serves rustic quality Argentine cuisine, to reasonably prices in an informal environment. The National obsession of Argentina along with football is the enjoyment of good food and wine, and this restaurants for the locals guarantees pleasures without limits. See yourself!
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Amazing food quick service. Steak is amazing and tender for the price
Great option for a 'real meal' in the city. Nice atmosfere and very good quality food
The food and the service was excellent. We were early and they organised everything for us
London finally has its own first barrio (neighbourhood) restaurant on Camden High Street. The
home of traditional Argentine cuisine is called La Patagonia and it's concept is quite simple. Based
on the model of Argentine neighbourhood restaurants for the locals, they offer reasonably priced
quality food in a friendly and informal environment. Unlike in the UK, in Argentina there is an
abundance of quality food at modest prices, the barrio restaurants guarantee quality meats, fresh
pasta and the classic selection of desserts. How does this look like? Eventhough Argentina is
famous for it's high class beef, the typical cuisine is more diverse than simply “parilla” (grilled
meats). To answer the question, here is an abridgement of the menu.
Arepa La Patagonia, a corn pancake with selected baked vegetables and melted goats cheese on top is the perfect starter. The handmade Pasta filled with mince beef, bechamel and tomato sauce, or the fine rump beef steak, covered with layers of mozzarella, tomato and ham will make you swarm for days. Patagonian Tiramisu with a dulce de leche and melted chocolate middle completes the feast. Well not completely! The good glass of wine is missing, the great selection put things right. La Patagonia on Camden High Street, knows you're in for a treat.