Where to Eat in Tinogasta: The Best Restaurants and Bars

Tinogasta (Spanish pronunciation: [tinoˈɣasta]) is a city in the west of the province of Catamarca, Argentina, on the right-hand shore of the Abaucán River, about 280 km from the provincial capital San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca. It had about 14,500 inhabitants at the 2001 census [INDEC]. It is the head town of the department of the same name. The name of the city comes from the Kakana words tino "meeting" and gasta "town".

1. Finca La Sala

Ruta Nac 60, Km 1315 La Puntilla, Tinogasta K5340CIA Argentina +54 3837 40-7912 http://www.fincalasala.com.ar Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks Reservations Argentinean
Overall Ratings

4 based on 84 reviews

Finca La Sala

A meeting place, culture with landscape, of yesterday with today, Friendship with the flavors, the warmth with attention, Art and charm to share.

Reviewed By ryanar70 - Santiago, Chile

Nice wine

We visited here for the wine rather than the restaurant. We first stumbled across this place while driving south to La Rioja from Tinogasta. We saw the old building and thought that it looked quite attractive and then saw a group of people sitting out the front taking in the sun and having lunch. At first we thought it was a family home, then as we went past, realised it was a winery. On the way back from La Rioja, we called in and were glad we did. Tasty wine, lovely olives and a variety of other craft available for sale. The owners were very friendly and helpful, giving us a tour of the house and explaining the progress of their renovations etc.On this occasion, we were going to head north from Tinogasta up to Salta, but made the short detour to the south especially to stock up on the Shiraz. Very good value! It was good to see how the renovations are progressing too. We're looking forward to coming back again.

2. El Rancho

Calle Dr Mariano Moreno 690, Tinogasta K5340AZN Argentina +54 3837 42-0041 https://www.facebook.com/El-Rancho-152008344924431/ Argentinean, South American
El Rancho

Reviewed By fabianaspz - Monte Grande, Argentina

Una (muy) agradable sorpresa

Fuimos sin grandes expectativas, porque conociendo el interior de la provincia de Catamarca, sabemos que comer rico y bien, en un lindo lugar, no es una situación fácil. Sin embargo, nos vimos gratamente sorprendidos. La moza, un genio! simpática, concreta y entendida. Cada cosa que recomendó fue un acierto.La comida muy bien y el vino regional, perfecto!Realmente una muy buena opción en Tinogasta

3. Casagrande

Calle Dr Mariano Moreno 801 Esquina Constitución, Tinogasta K5340AZQ Argentina +54 3837 42-1140 http://www.casagrandetour.com European, Spanish, Argentinean, Soups, Chilean, South American

The restaurant decoration tells the story of the house, the region and ours: the hosts. We serve home-made, regional dishes with a lot of dedication and taste - always completing new recipes - and accompanied by wines preserved in a cava with the right te

Reviewed By epravia2014 - Montevideo, Uruguay

Excelente atencion y comida.

LLegamos bastante tarde, muy sucios despues de 10 hs arriba de nuestros cuatriciclos, con mucho equipamiento y no nos hicieron ningun problema.Nos atendieron excelentemente y la comida muy buena.Precios normales.Muy recomendable

4. La Guarda

Calle Bernardino Rivadavia 430, Tinogasta K5340BBJ Argentina +54 9 383 436-5749 https://www.facebook.com/distribuidora.laguarda/info/?tab=page_info Argentinean, South American
La Guarda

Reviewed By Pedro B - Buenos Aires, Argentina

Mucho ruido

Es una especie de restaurant - peña. Las mesas son muy chicas y hay que acomodarse bastante apretados. La comida es muy buena (platos típicos y buena parrilla). La atención es buena. Cuando toca el conjunto, lo hace en un sector muy reducido y con los parlantes a toda potencia. Tuvimos que salir aturdidos. Los precios algo altos.

5. Comedor la yvonne

Presidente Peron 610, Tinogasta Argentina +54 3837 47-3803 Argentinean, South American

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