Rincon De Buenos Aires
5300 Spring Mountain Rd Ste 117, Las Vegas, NV 89146
Mercado Rincon De Buenos Aires
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Good For Family: Yes
Good For Groups: Yes
Good for Kids: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, Family Style, Mexican, Take Out, Latin American, Italian, European, Continental
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
08/16/2009Provided by Citysearch -
In the past six or seven years I have used RDBA close to once a month for business lunches. Everyone I have taken there has been very pleased. Most of my guests are from out of town and when they return they request we eat there again.
As soon as you sit down you are presented a small loaf of very good Italian bread and a bowl of Chimichurri. Google it. It is as addictive as (a white powdery substance the electronic City Search censors won?t let you read) and a perfect way to start a meal.
They have a great sandwich selection, yummy empanadas, but the best are the steaks and I like the Italian selections. My favorite is the spinach stuffed cannelloni with pink sauce. You get two and one is enough for me so I often split it with someone or take the leftover.
I have yet to find a better-flavored steak in Vegas. Try the flap or skirt steak.
They also have a beer and wine license so a cold Argentine beer or a Chilean red is in order.
If you are craving a meat (again the censors wouldn?t let me use a four letter word here that starts with O indicating people having group elicit fun with their cloths off), try one of their mixed grills. This is only for the dedicated carnivores.
I have ALWAYS gotten friendly, prompt, and professional service. Prices are moderate for a sit down lunch.
I must say eating at RDBA is more fun for this professional writer than trying to compose a review for adults on City Search. So much for WEB freedom of speech. I hate that sh*t.
08/08/2009Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I went here on our honeymoon because he is from Argentina. I was very pleased with both the food and the atmosphere. He was able to watch a soccer game while we enjoyed a fantastic meal of asado (BBQ) and empanadas. We also ordered some Alfajores and came back the next morning for some Morsilla to take home with us. I would definitely go there again.
02/11/2008Provided by Citysearch -
FORGET OUTBACK! Try some steak prepared by the natives from the land of BEEF!!! (No it's not TX, no offense)
Having grown up in NYC, just relocated from Northern NJ, and being a true 'East Coast, NYC' girl, I miss the non-franchised, mom and pop restaurants and markets of my hometown. So feeling a little homesick, we kept our fingers crossed, and ventured to this wonderfully authentic, attitude-free Argentine restaurant.
What a great surprise in the land of excess, glitz, and fake everything! It's a modest, VERY casual dining place, with a deli and meat market. The food was authentic, it's a family-owned and run establishment, and brought my honey back to the days he spent in beautiful Argentina. Me? It felt like home. The Argentine and Uruguayan restaurants of back home... Queens, NY!
We started with beef empanadas and MATAMBRE. The ENTRANA (pronounced 'entraanya'-skirt steak) was delicious, so was the BIFE DE CHORIZO ('beefeh deh choreezoh' - NY strip steak). Their CHIMICHURRI is to die for.
We finished the evening with some FLAN with DULCE DE LECHE. The flan was a little disappointing, but not horrible. After we paid the tab, we happily purchased a few items for our home enjoyment. The traditional Argentine ALFAJORES were a delight.
The portions are generous, the meats are fresh and prepared perfectly. If you want to dine in a place where it doesn't matter if you're wearing shorts and flip flops or a suit, this is the palce for you.
Update: I've gone back several times since writing the initial review and continue to be impressed. I try a different dish each time and am never disappointed.
06/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
Argentine restaurants seem to be a rare find in the US among Latin American cuisine options. The Rincon is similar to what you might find on a trip to a Buenos Aires deli or cafe. I enjoy that the Rincon serves the entrana cut of steak and can serve chilled Quilmes beer (the Argentine Heineken). The spinach empanadas are good and the flan is delicious but I like that they serve flan with the dulche de leche on the side since it adds extra sweetness. The Rincon is also a source of Argentine dry goods and canned foods such as yerba mate teas and tasty Tita cookies. They also have jars of the best brand of Havanna dulche de leche that you can't find elsewhere. The long deli counter is packed with different sorts of chilled foods that my Argentine friends introduce me to each time we return to the Rincon.
07/24/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Steaks are their specialty but they also offer many other dishes (italian, chicken, pork etc).
It's long been known that some of the best beef in the world comes from the grazed livestock in the Pampas, Argentina. Enjoy a delicious meal with traditional argentine cuisine.
Steaks with chimichurri sauce are a mouth-watering combination.
The dishes go for around $10-15 /person. But don't forget desert (flan con dulce de leche)
and a coffee afterwards. You won't be dissapointed.