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Che Boludo Argentinian Steakhouse Review
A review & pictures of my dining experience at the Che Boludo Parrillada located on Wiles Road in Coral Springs, Florida.

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Che Boludo Argentinian Steakhouse - 11010 Wiles Rd., Coral Springs FL 33076 - Phone # 954-346-5379
Large Table In Back Room

Charcoal Grill & Rotisserie

Main Dining Area

Che Boludo is a new restaurant that opened in mid July of 2008 that features traditional grilled foods from Argentina, Uruguay and Peru.

The Che Boludo Steakhouse is located in a small shopping plaza in Northwest Broward County and the address is 11010 Wiles Rd., Coral Springs FL 33076.

As soon as we walked into the restaurant, I noticed that the large charcoal grill was covered in a variety of sizzling meat delicacies and the wood burning rotisserie oven had a few whole chickens slowly spinning.

Just the smell of all that delicious meat cooking was enough to get our mouths watering in anticipation of the meal to come.

Since we had a large party to celebrate a birthday, the hostess placed us at the table in the restaurant's semi-private back room.

Don Pascual Tannat 2005
Che Boludo Menu Cover
Grilled Meat Menu Prices
We had a reservation but I don't think that a reservation is required, especially on weeknights. I'd recommend calling to make a dinner reservation if you plan on going during holidays or on the weekend. The restaurant's phone number is 954-346-5379.

The hostess and waitresses were very attentive and within a minute of sitting down the entire table was served ice cold glasses of water. Then after everyone made their own drink selections the waitress promptly brought out the bottles of wine, soft drinks and beer.

As an appetizer, we ordered a platter of empanadas, which are traditional stuffed pastries eaten by most of Latin America. I've eaten many empanadas all over Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela and Miami. I have to say that the empanadas we had at Che Boludo were some of the tastiest I've ever had. They're definitely one of the "must eat" items on the menu.

Empanadas (Stuffed Pastry)
Chimichurri Sauce
Beef Filled Empanada
After the empanadas ($2.25 each) we ordered several of the "Parillada Mixta Para Dos" (Mixed Grill For Two $30). The Parillada Mixta included all of the traditional Argentine "asado" (barbeque) meat items such as chorizo (spicy sausage), morcilla (blood sausage), molleja (sweetbreads), tira de asado (short rib steak), entrana (skirt steak), and vacio (flank steak). We also ordered a separate platter of chinchulin (lower intestine) for $8.99 and some ensalada mixta (mixed salad) for $2.99.
Don Pascual 2007
Parrillada Mixta For Two
Ensalada Mixta (Mixed Salad)
All of the grilled meat tasted excellent and every bite of the different traditional cuts brought back memories of our dining experiences in Buenos Aires Argentina. Since we had a birthday cake, I didn't get to try any of the desserts at Che Boludo but I plan on going back again to sample all of them.

Che Boludo also has a very tempting lunch menu with other options such as pastas, soups, sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, and a variety of side dishes. I wish my office was closer to the restaurant so that it could be included in the rotation of eateries we usually frequent for lunch most week days.

If you live in Coral Springs or anywhere in South Florida, I highly recommend you visit Che Boludo to sample their Argentinean, Peruvian and Uruguayan cuisine. They're open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. For soccer, and other sports fans, the restaurant has several large flat screen televisions with DirecTV satellite programming.

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