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A fried steak on a plate with potato chips.

Casa Vigil

Argentinian

Buena Vista

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Casa Vigil is a restaurant originally from Argentina. Its Miami location is inside the Upper Buena Vista complex, and while it has an impressive and extensive wine list, it doesn’t have many other attractive qualities to go along with that wine. The food here is under seasoned and ineffective. A single (and forgettable) empanada will cost you around $10. You won’t be able to find a single grain of salt on the tomato salad. And the confusingly bad ribeye milanesa is just a regular ribeye with a fried exterior shell that slides off when you slice into it, revealing a sad, grey steak. Plus, the housemade potato chips that come with it are so floppy they wave like a flag in the breeze. Add to that a painfully generic pop soundtrack, bad cocktails, and you’ve got a restaurant you can comfortably ignore for now.

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