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Although quality Chilean cuisine can be hard to find outside Chile, this is one place that achieves it. The crowds are large and the friendly staff is always willing to make suggestions and provide descriptions to those less familiar with Chilean cuisine. Rincon Chileno is homey, comfortable and very traditional. Chilean art is displayed throughout the establishment and traditional music is occasionally piped in. The menu features specialties that include chicken, seafood and cornmeal-crusted beef. Two popular items are the Lomo Con Porotos Granados which is steak with cornmeal-sprinkled white bean stew and the Erizo Matico that consists of sea urchins with a fresh green cilantro sauce.
A popular Brazilian barbecue place, M Grill provides a novel experience in true Brazilian spirit. There is a card on all tables with a green side and a red side. The green side signals the waiters to fill up the plates while the red side signals them to bypass. The menu is richly laid out with all varieties of steaks- Ribeye, Filet Mignon and Bottom Sirloin, Rack of Lamb and Picanha. The lunchtime salad buffet is also a treat with a lot of crisp leafy vegetables that are healthy and filling. The trendy venue is a must visit as diners who have eaten here swear by the tasty food. The traditional dishes like the Fried Yucca and the Linguica are also favorites. Try the Brazilian soda at the bar, another specialty.
Los Balcones Peru, as its name suggests, offers classic Peruvian dishes infused with rustic flavors, and a selection of wine and creative cocktails. Its appetizers are available in a range of prices with Quinoa Salad and Choritos Reales at the lower end. The latter is a blend of salsa criolla, chopped mussels, squid and shrimp and is ideal for those who love seafood. The Chicharron, with chicken and pork, and Ceviche Mixto are at the higher end of the price spectrum. For the main course, try the Pescado Chorrillano, which is a dish of sea bass bathed in Aji Amarillo wine sauce and served with Quinoa Risotto, tomatoes and onions. Whether you are trying Peruvian food for the first time or have eaten it all your life, you are going to love the delicacies served at Los Balcones Peru.
Starting with the authentic Argentine wine, Carlitos Grandel leaves no stone unturned to entice and delight its diners. Steeped in Argentine traditions, the menu offers recipes like Papa Fritas, Chorizo, Provolone, A La Florentina and Ravioles de Porcini Al Burro which are delicacies. The steaks are famous too. While live piano music serenades the diners, the delicious aroma of the food engages the taste-buds in gustatory pleasure. A dreamy venue, the dining room is decked with trinkets and memorabilia from Argentina, transporting one into memories of that region. Dine here to experience the delight of Argentine cuisine for yourself.
Gloria's Cafe is a charming and affordable eatery serving a mix of Mexican and Salvadorian fare. It welcomes one with a pleasantly lit, colorful interior, supremely friendly service and – according to many – some of the best pupusas in town. Other "must try" are the carne adobada and plantains. The menu features a lot of seafood options, including the impressive Seven Seas Soup with fish, crab, shrimp, calamari, octopus, and scallops.