Midwest Living Review
Between the red-and-orange walls, the Argentine artwork, the tango music and the waitstaff comprised of handsome men and beautiful women, the Taste of Tango feels like a little corner of Argentina. It looks unassuming from the outside (and would be easy to miss), and having just opened in January 2009, it's still a bit undiscovered. The service is exactly what you would hope for: Servers are attentive and knowledgeable about the menu. Little things make the difference: not sure which glass of wine you want? They'll let you sip a few different ones before committing. They're eager to please diners. Argentina is known for its beef; this menu has it. The beef is raised in Indiana (it's 100 percent Angus) and grilled Argentine-style. The cooks also make the pastas, and there are vegetarian options. The selection of appetizers is decent; the Provoleta al Organato (grilled provolone cheese) is good, though difficult to eat (especially if you're sharing). We tried the 12-ounce filet mignon (Lomo Grille, $38) and the salmon with capers (Salmon a la Beurre Noir, $24). Both are good. Because Argentine cuisine is a mix of French, Italian and Spanish, there is an interesting blend of spices that's sometimes hard to place (if you're used to an American steakhouse, that is). Overall, it's an enjoyable place to eat, though a little pricey.