Orlando >Choo-Choo Churros Argentinean Restaurant & Steakhouse
It is so bad, I warned g uy in the parking lot. Oh my was it bad...had he served some of the many roaches, it would have been better.
Full of cockroaches and nasty attitude.
I took my husband to this "restaurant". As soon as we sat down to order we saw a few critters going up the walls, we immediatelly told the female owner of the establishment and all she gave us was a nasty and rude attitude saying that the place was just fumigated for bugs two days ago and the cockroaches were dying.
Last time we ate there. Highly dissapointed. Will NEVER recommend to anyone!!
The best restaurant in Orlando!.
My friend who lives in Orlando took me to Choo Choo Churros, and I was so glad! It
instantly became my favorite place to eat when visiting the Orland area. Sometimes I
even make the trip just to eat there. The steak is exceptional, and the spices, herbs,
and sauces complement it perfectly. Along with the fresh salad, garlic-infused herb
butter, and homemade bread, they create an absolutely delicious genuine Argentinean meal.
The authentic decor and cozy ambiance complete the experience. For a delicious meal,
and relaxing night out, Choo Choo Churros is my first choice!
Great Restaurant with Excellent Food. I have been going to this restaurant for years. Nowhere else in Orlando can you have such an authentic Argentian experience. I have tried virually every item on their extensive menu, and each one is as good as the last. The homemade Chimi Churi sauce and fresh-baked bread are the perfect complements to the original entrees, and the dessert selection, which includes a mouthwatering caramel flan, is just as impressive. Their claim to fame, in my opionion, is the Churasco Steak paired with one of their many Argentian red wines.
Traditional Argentine dishes, vintage tango tunes and a casual atmosphere make for a unique dining experience..
The intimate eatery still exudes the authentic vibe cooked-up by the Lagos family when they sold fried pastries from a cart by a train station ten years ago. True to their origins they have kept the quirky name and homey feel, but now boast a limited dining space that includes a patio with a handful of tables. The extensive menu features big slabs of meat in a variety of cuts and styles, along with multiple sides and select dishes for vegetarians.
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