I came to Charrua with a crew of food influencers to sample some of the menu offerings during their weekend brunch, and take photos for Instagram. Here’s a smattering of what we tried:
Best of the meal goes to the sausages: mild chorizo and blood. The blood sausage was probably the best I’ve ever had.
This chivito (sandwich) was called “El Canadiense.”
It contained filet mignon, bacon, mozzarella, ham, hard-boiled egg, caramelized onion, roasted red peppers, olives, lettuce, tomato and mayo, served with homemade fries. It was good!
The steak was overcooked, but it still had some good flavor despite being gray almost entirely through the center. 5/10.
I also tasted some of the grilled skirt steak on a mixed platter. This was also overcooked, but as badly as the hanger steak. The texture, however, wasn’t quite as nice as the hanger. 4/10.
In short: sausage – excellent; sandwich – good; steak; order it rare.
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