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Posted by natalia on 12/14/2014
rustic place with a great steak flavor and the price incomparable
Posted by Lucia on 08/17/2014
I went to dine with my niece, the service was excellent, food was delicious, I tried desert called chaja and it was reallyyy good. Good eperience
Posted by Rebecca on 03/08/2014
The food was unappetizing. The beans were flavorless and came right out of a can. The meat was poorly cooked and also was flavorless. Extremely expensive for tasteless food. Waitress was kind but there was only one! The restaurant was empty and food took 40 minutes to get to the table. The manager didn't even come to apologize after we complained about the potato being hard and the rice being cold. Don't waste your money!
Posted by Georgina on 12/29/2013
I went yesterday with my husband. Everything in this restaurant has changed a lot. The steak that my husband asked was cold inside. Mine was a filet mignon with no flavor. The white rice reminded me the sushi rice . The salad was served in the same plate as the food, so when I put the dressing everything in the plate got oil and vinegar. Very disappointed.
Posted by silvia on 08/03/2013
we have been going to that restaurant for more than 5 years, the food is great and they they have live music people and enjoy singing. Today we took my husband for his birthday we had dinner and we sat to enjoy the show within 25 minutes the waitress came and rudely asked us to leave because "she had other people waiting" our bill was 100 plus 18% gratuity . I was very very embarrassed, I will be calling the owner tomorrow to complain.
Posted by Roberto Berredo on 02/15/2013
The steaks have that phenomenal taste, that only the Uruguayans know the trick. it has to do with the wooden charcoal and the correct content of rock salt. I never tasted such a great Vacio, Picanha, skirt beef (entraña), costillas, and all steaks are superb. The pasta could not be better with such a huge Italian influence in Uruguay, and the atmosphere friendly and vibrant.I will keep going to Dona Paulinha whenever I travel to Miami!
Posted by Ana on 10/14/2012
They do not have a clue how to make lasagna, ground beef had no flavor and tasted greasy, the chivito sandwich is supposedly very famous in Uruguay, In Dona Paulina instead of serving as the original sandwich with filet mignon, they will used vacio meat, extremely hard to eat inside the sandwich, You need to eat Vacio with knife and fork, no inside tthe sandwich,because when you bite it your teeth can fall off, was very hard. Many employees talking, very poor service.