Sottovoce (Av. del Libertador 1098, Buenos Aires) – with a name like “Sottovoce”, this restaurant has to be Italian. Olives Ascolanas (Olives stuffed with batter-fried veal) and the Eggplant Parmigiana (eggplant au gratin with parmesan cheese, tomato and basil) are among the appetizers served here. An array of pastas is served here — all made with hard semolina of candeal (Argentine-grown) wheat and egg. Stuffed Pasta is actually homemade, whereas dried textured pasta, such as Tagliatelle or Maltagliati, is provided by a pasta factory. With entrees such as Maltagliati alla Bolognese or Pappardelle with Mushrooms (cream, dried mushrooms, chanterelles, mushrooms and portobellos), along with its fine service, it no wonder there’s always a crowd at Sottovoce.