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Oviedo, Buenos Aires

2602 Beruti
Barrio Norte
Buenos Aires
Argentina 1425
Tel: 54 11 4821 3741
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For 20 years, Oviedo has been the prime destination for Old World Spanish eats in Buenos Aires. The clubby brasserie, all white linen and burnished banquettes, sports a mile-long wine list (featuring home-turf faves from Mendoza and the best of Rioja), a selection of fresh seafood (including the zesty chipirones al pil pil, tiny baby squid in sauce made from peri-peri chilis), and spectacular paellas, including the showstopping Valencian version dyed black with cuttlefish ink. But the centerpiece here, as suggested by the dining room's handsome pig sculpture, is cochinillo a la manera segoviana, Segovian slow-roasted suckling pig served up in all its crisp-skinned, hoof-on glory. They might not cut it with a plate at Oviedo, as they do for tourists back in Spain, but any wayward Spaniard will certainly feel a little closer to home here.

Open Mondays through Saturdays noon to 4 pm and 8 pm to midnight.

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high marks..

fresh fish and a very nice environment...the languistine risotto was tremendous....the fish in Buenos Aires is awesome---it comes mostly from the cold waters of... more

dear ancestors

My dear ancestors still cooking the food of my lovely land. Awful decoration but AMZING traditional Spanish food. They know flavors of Spain more