After the espectáculo, the founder of the home took us out to a nice Argentinian restaurant as a thank you and a farewell.
Inside the restaurant was wide and spacious, with a tiled floor and a waterfall coming down an ornamental wall. The restaurant was packed with people celebrating Christmas in large groups, and the waiter took us into a small back room. We were the only people there and it was the perfect intimate setting for our farewell dinner.
We had a lovely broth to start with. This is really good to keep out the winter chills (it was only 15C outside…)
Randomly, there were coffee beans in the salt, as opposed to rice (for absorbing moisture).
Then we all shared a mixed grill from their own wood fired barbecue, which had a delicious selection of sausages, ribs, and rib eye steak. Yet another time I was in a restaurant where I was glad that I wasn’t vegetarian anymore.
As we were leaving, this sign was a reminder of the dangers of the city.