Ambiance was typical of a Buenos Aires restaurant/cafe, the Boca Junior's game was blaring in the background, everything was well-lit, and the walls were covered in memorabilia and advertising for everything from Coca Cola to products from the restaurant's early days in the 40's. Jose and I split a liter of Quilmes, which was delicious after being parched in the stands during the afternoon game. We ended up ordering a large mozzarella pizza and a small eggplant pizza, which provided a good quantity of food. The pizzas were perfect representations of the best of Argentine pizza. A thicker, but crunchy crust had a light layer of sauce, and was LOADED with cheese. My eggplants were marinated in a lot of vinegar and not cooked to the silky perfection I prefer, but a good break from the cheesy goodness. However, next time I'd try a different topping. We also split a portion of faína, so Jose and Bettina could try it. It was good, but I think the last one I had was better. Everyone left very satisfied.