With brightly-painted scarlet walls and gold-framed portraits of fatty football legend Diego Maradona and Eva Peron adorning the walls, the dining room of Marcelo Berezowski and Santiago Correa’s Argentinean restaurant in Sydney is warm, buzzy and inviting – unless, of course, you happen to be a vegetarian. If you’re not, the mouthwatering smell of meats cooking over the authentic parilla (charcoal grill) is sensational. As a traditional Argentinean grillhouse, it’s all about the meat here, salted up and cooked to perfection in the way Argentineans are famous for – from ribs, to sirloin inside skirt and chicken, all served on a slab of wood with an assortment of chunky dips like chimichirri. Sit at the downstairs bar to watch the grillmaster on a stool seat or grab a table upstairs in the dining room. Choose from one of the ten different parrilladas and order the house wine with your meal, which appears, oddly enough, in a penguin-shaped jug.