There's only 5 or 6 tables and very limited menu. They don't have/use a traditional oven to cook the meat in so they use a "warming" oven. It takes 45 minute to cook the meat, which is served on the rare side, they will put it back in to cook a little more if this is not to your liking. The prices are high, but so is everything in Zurich. The service is OK, but there is only one waiter and the "cook". We were overcharged on the wine (they have wines and other "Argentine" items displayed for sale in the back room which you have to pass to use the WC and the price of the wine we selected was about 27 Swiss Francs less than quoted at our table. I questioned the waiter about the discrepancy in cost and he said that the price he quoted us was correct and wouldn't adjust the pricing). All in all a very strange experience and I would not recommend if you're looking for a true Argentine meal.