Walking back from the neighborhood itinerant market last Saturday, we noticed a restaurant that looked nice, and stopped in to look. It turned out to be a small, limited menu place specializing in fresh fish. We had lunch there yesterday, and will definitely go back soon. It’s called Surubí for its delicious namesake fish.
Soler 4611 (esq. Armenia)
The owner, from Santa Fe, brought interesting architectural elements and plants from his home region, and has incorporated them into the distressed brick walls. There are two small dining rooms and a small balcony, plus a spacious rooftop terrazza.
Intimate, atmospheric. Great food beautifully served. Friendly people.