Once you get inside the place looks nondescript - white walls and floors, no real decor. The place is very clean and the clientel is diverse - made up of locals from the Boca area and business men who drive up in high end cars to enjoy Carlitos food and no nonsense atmosphere. This is where true fans of Boca Juniors come to eat. It is known across the city for its food and mystique. Women are sparse here - that explained the decor to me.
Here's the thing - there is no menu, so you don't know what you'll be served and there is no price. Juan tells you what you owe. Oh, one more thing - it's a strictly cash transaction!
I've been told that there is a two tier pricing system - one for the locals and one for the business crowd that comes.
I LOVE THIS PLACE!
Everything is fresh and Juan decides what he's going to feed you. He just drops dishes on tables as the food comes out. There are various drinks available. We asked for wine and he dropped a bottle down. We didn't get an option - but the wine was good. Actually everything was good. Can't wait to go back.
Below are pictures of the majority of what we ate. We missed taking pictures of a few dishes...
Lunch cost us $75 dollars, not cheap but not bad for one of the best experiences in Buenos Aires.