Wood is everywhere, from the tables and chairs to the thick butcher block cutting boards on the walls, a surface that announces the sophisticated simplicity of UCO cooking. Dishes served mix colours, shapes and textures: empanadas with mint-basil pesto, 18-hour lamb shoulder with Curanto-style cooked vegetables, or black rice with cuttlefish ink and seafood. The menu is varied and at UCO, everything is homemade (and they tell you so): the trout from Patagonia is smoked on site, bread is prepared every morning and even the ice cream is made in house.
But what is a good meal without a great glass of wine? UCO offers you more than 350 wines and a team of sommeliers advises you which ones to pair with each specialty. The terrace in the back of the restaurant is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the Argentinean capital. A perfect setting to relish flavourful cooking while enjoying sheer moments of relaxation.
+ 54 (0)11 3220 6820
Menu: around 300 ARS