Ate several times the days I spent in Buenos Aires because as it is by Diagonal Norte, is easier to arrive from several directions and also there are like 3 or 4 metro stations around which makes it very easy to get there.
They have combos, just like McDonalds, a main dish, with a side of either salad or oven baked fries (which are delicious) and a drink, I recommend the orange juice with ginger. I had the tart with seasonal veggies (squash at that time) and salad, other day I had, a quinoa burger which was in between a bagel (which I liked) with baked potatoes (I liked this so much I had it in two different days) and lastly, had the falafel in a pita bread and a side which I can't remember. My only critique, the pita bread, was a little dry and I would've liked it with more greens and sauce, tasty non the less. Always with the orange and ginger juice.
Also, had some desserts, muffins and cookies, they have a great variety but they are a little on the fattier side for bakery goods, and had tiramisú which was delicious, almost thought it wasn't vegan! But it was :)
Has takeaway and salads ready to go all day.
Something a little sad is that, the kitchen closes at 4, so if you go and buy a menu after that (which are reduced to burgers and that kind of fast food), is already prepared and is not the same as fresh and warm like at midday.
Overall a really good option.
Cons: A little impersonal, Bakery is fattier than expected, The last 4 hs the kitchen is closed