Small shop and expensive bakery. Fresh bread. Cold drinks and basic food supplies (cheese, meat). Possibility of camping opposite - ask at the tienda.
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Very much open! It's also a cafe, serving burgers etc. Free camping for cyclists. No facilities, but hope to install toilet and shower in the future. Free wifi.Report Check-In
Stopped here cycling southwards, it was a welcome respite from the sun! It was the “coffee break” sign that lured us in haha!
The woman running shop let us park our bikes in the shade under the awning. We had two coffees and two blueberry tarts for 1700.
Nice little spot with chairs under the trees. The guy running the place was very kind to us :) We ordered sandwiches (750 each) and some coffee (400). There’s also chips, goat cheese, bread, juices. It’s not your normal price for sure, but we were glad we stopped by to get a break from the sun.
If you’re biking towards Hualfin, this store is your last chance to stoke up with water before the camping at “Almacén” - 40km from here. The rivers in early December were dried.Report Check-In
This place is no longer a campsite. Talked to the owner and he said to camp at the church. Ask policia for permissionReport Check-In
Small kiosco without much choice. Bred, smoothies and drinks. No pastries or empanadas. Expensive price.Report Check-In
As reported before, it's a pricy place compared to what you'll find in the region. But it's the only place of the village that cooks for you.
250ps for 1 tortas de frutas rojas. Delicious!
850ps for 1 pizza, pretty good too.
garden nice, but the food was disappointing and really expensive! paid more than 500 for two sandwiches and one small water. the bread tasted old and was nothing special. looked way better than it wasReport Check-In
Great cheeses, fruit tarts, bread, olives, coffee. A lovely tranquil little garden to sit in and enjoy snacks. Very friendly to overlanders. Expensive for Argentina.Report Check-In
Nice small empanadas 35 per empanada. We only had 200 pesos and she made 6 for us. Really friendly!!Report Check-In
Small restaurant with very kind owners. Bread is very good, tienen pizzas, empanadas y sandwiches.
You can camp here also
Un petit moment de détente ! Merci pour cette gentillesse et pour ce délicieux repas :)Report Check-In
Everything here is about 3 times normal price. Owners don’t seem interested in tourists. Best to stock up in Hualfin or Santa Maria (which has a supermarket) before doing this stretch.Report Check-In
Great empanadas and the bread, wow especially if you get it fresh like I did. To camp they told me to go to the church but in the morning they gave me an ice cold water. I am cycling.Report Check-In
An absolutely amazing oasis selling home made empanadas, pizzas, coffee, etc. Really helpful, friendly owners Manuel and Graciela. It’s just before entering (going south) the desolate desert, or leaving it (going north)Report Check-In
Didn't like it much. The prices are very high (300pesos for not that big breakfast for two) there are no bathrooms just a tap in the ground. The pan with cheese is so so. The "homemade berry pies" don't have any berries, but only a super sweet jam, they don't taste fresh. The coffee is good, otherwise very disappointing. Weren't allowed to camp (we are on bikes) - had to camp by the church nearby.Report Check-In
Very nice owner. We buy a good pan and fruit pie. Not stay the night.Report Check-In
We checked the bread (very soft but with good taste) and the jam pie (acceptable sweet and good jam with fruit taste).Report Check-In
great empanadas! very nice and friendly people. didn't stay for the night but we were offered to do so, for free.Report Check-In
This place is in wrong location - it is located at -26.95106, -66.13465Report Check-In
fantastic place to eat! after the diner you can even camp for the night. very friendly people and good chef and host. Grace y ManuelReport Check-In