PM Buenos Aires Fish and Steak House; Architecturally Interesting, Food Not So Much

The Good:

The sides-We had the mushrooms, asparagus, and the cream spinach-all were excellent.

The deserts- Crème Brulet, Cheesecake and Chocolatismo.

The Bad:

The main courses were expensive ($40) and à la carte. Fish was somewhat bland.  The NY Strip was good, cooked to order, but it wasn’t a $40 piece of meat.

The Ugly:

Service was exceptionally slow.  From the start we had to ask for the menus and then we had to repeatedly beg for the check.


The word on the street is that PM spent close to $2 million on the build-out of the restaurant. Instead they should have spent their money on higher quality ingredients and better cuts of meat. PM Buenos Aires was a bit disappointing. Too expensive and the food did not justify the high prices.  For your money you are better off at Fogo de Chao or Capital Grill. I won’t be going back anytime soon.