“The Pampas” is the land called full of grassy plains which stretch across the South-Central region of South America, wandering through Argentina, Brazil, and Peru. This area is referred to as “The Pampas,” and it is an iconic part of Argentina landscape. It has a nice temperate climate, lacking temperature extremes and the rainfall is sufficient to support a wide variety of native plants making it a perfect place for rearing cattle.
In the 19th Century the Argentinians started the breeding of high-grade cattle. This cows freely graze and sticks to natural, chemical and synthetic free diet consisting of natural grass, herbs and spring water. When aged to perfection the organic beef not only provides a higher level of minerals it also tastes better than regular beef.
Bring your friends and families to Patagonia Restaurant on Bonaire and have a beautiful meal of great Argentinean dishes, juicy beef steak, poultry, fish and many more with fine wines from Argentina.
We would love to welcome you!