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Salta Argentine Parrilla + Grocer

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ArgentineanLatin AmericanSteak and GrillsWestern
Located in ICON Village on Gopeng Street, Salta is the first Argentinean restaurant with an accompanying grocer in Singapore with a countryside decor centred around a 5-metre charcoal grill.

Recommendations include the premium Argentine beef, cured ham, black hog pork loin and lamb chops.

Mon - Sat: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30

Closed: Sun

+65 62258443
$41 based on 56 submissions
Dinner (20 votes), After Work (18 votes), Lunch (13 votes)
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Don't Cry Over Split Cava

Mishaps can show you how good service is at a restaurant. And at Salta, they did. A wait staff spilled a glass of cava all over me at the start of our meal, which left me cold and wet. We were promptly moved to a new table, I was given numerous napkins to wipe myself down with, and complimentary glasses of cava served to me and my husband as well. Then the meal got better. Our starters of foie gras and house special garlic bread were delicious. But then the restaurant stumbled a second time. My rib eye steak was dry and most of our roast potatoes and sweet potato fries hard or undercooked. We mentioned this to the manager, and he immediately offered to replace the unacceptable food with whatever we wanted. We declined as we were filing up, but felt good that he offered. The other steaks at the table--another rib eye and a tenderloin--were very good though. And desserts--a cheesecake with vanilla ice cream and fruit 'soup'--were fine. When the bill came we saw that the manager had taken some money off and appreciated the compensation. It may not have been my night at Salta but I would still come back and give this restaurant another go, as they did some quite a few things right and really did try very hard to fix the rest.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • empanadas6 votes
  • Rib Eye Steak2 votes
  • Beef empanadas1 vote
  • Carpacho de Lomo1 vote
  • Garlic bread1 vote
  • Lomo1 vote
  • Matambrito1 vote
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• 21 Nov 2014 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Don't Cry Over Split Cava

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Mishaps can show you how good service is at a restaurant. And at Salta, they did. A wait staff spilled a glass of cava all over me at the start of our meal, which left me cold and wet. We were promptly moved to a new table, I was given numerous napkins to wipe myself down with, and complimentary glasses of cava served to me and my husband as well. Then the meal got better. Our starters of foie gras and house special garlic bread were delicious. But then the restaurant stumbled a second time. My rib eye steak was dry and most of our roast potatoes and sweet potato fries hard or undercooked. We mentioned this to the manager, and he immediately offered to replace the unacceptable food with whatever we wanted. We declined as we were filing up, but felt good that he offered. The other steaks at the table--another rib eye and a tenderloin--were very good though. And desserts--a cheesecake with vanilla ice cream and fruit 'soup'--were fine. When the bill came we saw that the manager had taken some money off and appreciated the compensation. It may not have been my night at Salta but I would still come back and give this restaurant another go, as they did some quite a few things right and really did try very hard to fix the rest.
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• 22 Mar 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

great place!

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This reataurant is awesome! The food and service is great! While I may not know what rwal argentine food tastes like, I still enjoyed it thoroughly. Would definitely recommend it to my friends. The steaks were well cooked and the sides came on time. The stadf gave great recommendations and the wine was  great.
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• 10 Sep 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Fake Argentine food

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The food is totally fake and the service is exceptionally poor. It is not Argentine cuisine and the dishes are oily and not well prepared.
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