Bobby swung by Chimichurri for some grass-fed beef spiced up with the classic Argentine sauce for which the place is named. Here, the beef is basted with a saltwater mixture and cooked with heat (not with flame). As Bobby says, this Argentinian Argentinean grilling method leaves the steak “incredibly tender.”
This Santa Monica eatery caters to those looking for lush and flavorful prime steaks in a romantic atmosphere. Ushuaia (pronounced oo-soo-why-uh) brings Argentinian flavors -- and passion -- to each of its dishes, including appetizers like Provoleta (melted provolone) and the dulce de leche crepes.