Beef and chivo grill on El Ranchoâ€™s parrilla every night, while homemade pastas offer both a vegetarian and artery-pleasing alternative. While the restaurant isnâ€™t fancy, it is one of the nicer restaurants in Uspallata and the service is as good as it gets. The wine list is frustratingly short, but good bottles can be found to match the meals. Adventurous souls can team together and share the parrillada, which features beef, sausage, kidney, intestine, and other cow bits and pieces. Those craving meat without the adventure should opt for the lomo or chivo, both local specialties.
2624-42-0109Ruta Nac. 7 s/n