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Tucked away in the quiet corner of the City where Chelsea meets Hell’s Kitchen, this Argentinean restaurant is famed for its milanesas—a thinly cut, breaded steak or veal cut—as well as its seared sea scallops, polenta, sea bass, empanadas and, of course, Argentinean steak. Wash it all down with a selection from a wine list full of Argentinean Malbec and Torrontes.