San Isidro is one of Gran Buenos Aires' nicest municipalities, home to a historic downtown plaza, beautiful cathedral and waterfront lined by boat clubs and huge houses with towering walls and conspicuous security cameras. It's the go to spot for the who's who of nautical porteños and water sports lovers. Thus there are also loads of high end boutique restaurants and expensive chains. However, there is also one unassuming sandwich shack that is a must visit destination for food lovers.
Here's the let down: I don't remember the name, while finally getting around to writing this like a month later. So your going to have to pull this page up on your smart phone (if you actually make enough to afford 3G here 'cause I sure don't) and compare ingredients. Or if not, select to your hunger's desire. Either way, it will be worth it!
Per the usual, the menu featured a variety of items on pork overload. So, I tried my luck at adapting a sandwich. And while it didn't go exactly according to plan (rarely can I identify all the pork elements in a meal just from reading the menu) the staff were actually happy to accommodate my freaky extranjera needs (big points for friendly service in Bs.As.!). FYI, the fries don't usually come with bacon, that was part of my accommodations. Two types of pork aside the sandwich was still properly stacked with mayonnaise, mustard, lettuce, tomato, red peppers, lomo and cheese plus a side of golden crispy fries.
If you're in San Isidro your lucky enough to be in delivery zone (and probably already love this place). If your in Capital Federal and in need of a relaxing daycation, a day by (or on) the water and lunch at Chivitos del Faro may be just what the doctor ordered.