Buenos Aires Restaurants

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  • 1. Cafe Tortoni

    In early November 2012 we visited this cafe with another American couple. One of us put his knapsack on the floor next to his foot, and five minutes later it was gone. The pickpockets and thieves in...

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  • 2. General tips about eating in Buenos Aires

    The Grant's serves all kinds of meat in a variety of ways through a buffet. It was not the best restaurant I went to in Buenos Aires, but I was satisfied. I find it interesting that, of all the...

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  • 3. Cabaña Las Lilas

    Hmm... where to start... OK, the beef will never dissapoint you, that's true, but hey! we live in Beef Paradise, so why would you spend a minimum of 70 pesos (23 dollars) just for a coke, a piece of...

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  • 4. El Establo

    The most tender and best tasting grass-fed beef I have ever had...ever! The wait-staff was superb, the spinaca a la crema and papas fritas are a perfect compliment and their chorizo sausages are...

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  • 5. La Brigada

    La Brigada is another famous steakhouse in Buenos Aires. We went to the one in Barrio Norte, not the one in San Telmo. The food is good, but not great. The big deal here is that the owner raises his...

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  • 6. La Cabrera

    La Cabrera is, hands down, our favorite steak house in Buenos Aires. It's a bit cramped and noisy, but that's half the fun. Everything we tried here was excellent, especially the morcilla Basque, the...

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  • 7. La Estancia

    The wonderful people who work here serve your steaks on a coal fired grill - on your own table. Order a little on the rare side and just let it cook for a while on your table. Argentine restaurants...

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  • 8. Ice Creams & other nice sweet things

    One time best ice cream parlor Freddo started as a family business in 1969 with its first shop on Avenida Callao, in the heart of Barrio Norte. It has been serving locals since then. The company was...

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  • 9. La Chacra

    I chosed this restaurant after reading some reviws here on virtualtourist and I must say I totally desagree with the good comments written about it. It is overpriced and the food is really among the...

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  • 10. El Palacio de La Papa Frita

    There are 3 locations but we always went to the one on Corrientes. The ambience is pleasant but nothing special. The walk here from the Wilton is very interesting and you get to rub elbows with the...

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  • 11. El Desnivel

    I ordered the bife do Chorizo butterflied 32 pesos plus a coke. Its a very large steak 2 people would be full. I ate the whole thing. Just a steak and a coke. Total 42 pesos. I got there around 12;30...

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  • 12. Sushi / Japanese Food

    Many people ask in the forum about places to eat sushi in Buenos Aires. There are the classics like Dashi or Sushi Club, but this one, despite its not being famous, is my favourite, along with the one...

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  • 13. Siga la vaca

    I was recommended this place by my local argentinian friend and now I understand why. Ever wanted to sample all types of asados in one place?? Well, Siga la Vaca in Puerto Madero provides you with...

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  • 14. Lomo Restaurant

    Lomo is a very hip and trendy restaurant - lounge - record shop. It is located in the equally hip and trendy Palermo Viejo neighborhood. As you are dining they play music mixes and if you like them...

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  • 15. Christophe

    Time Out BA calls Christophe ,"a charming chalkboard bistro," which means instead of getting the kind of menu you can hold in your hand, the waitress will bring out a menu written on a blackboard...

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  • 16. La Parolaccia

    This is definitely one of my favourite restaurants in Buenos Aires. I love pasta and the one you get here is really worth trying. On Friday and Saturday nights as well as Sunday at lunchtime, it...

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  • 17. La Biela Cafe

    It was our only rainy day in Buenos Aires. We had hoped to go to Recoleta Cemetery, but it was too wet. Instead we spent time in the museum and at the lovely church by the cemetery. La Biela was a...

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  • 18. Restaurant Dora

    Restaurant Dora has moved to Reconquista 1076, it´s right around the corner from where it was before, the service continues to be excellent, the food is really delicious, I suggest the different kinds...

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  • 19. El Trapiche

    The grilled meat at this place was magnificent. From the fillet steaks to some really delicious pork flank. I had the bife de lomo for lunch. If you like spicy food, try their chimichurri sauce. I...

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  • 20. Spettus

    Most of "All you can eat" places don't serve good quality food, right? Now this one does. There is a choice of cold and hot dishes for people to help themselves as many times as they want of course,...

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  • 21. Cumana

    I arrived after 12 noon when they opened customers already inside ordering and delivery guys on motorcycles going in and out. I ordered 6 empanadas 3 pollo and 3 Lomo else I tried to order the dulce...

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  • 22. Las Cholas

    If you're not familiar with the typical food that is made in the north-west part of Argentina (Tucumán, Salta and Jujuy provinces mostly) then you should definitely try this place!. The ambiance is...

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  • 23. Olsen

    We loved this place! Two Norwegian girls, who missed salmon so much, and it was so nice to find salmon right here! It was so good - Dios mio! Service and the atmosphere was so good, and this...

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  • 24. Los Inmortales - Pizzeria

    I am used to getting subpar service when I travel as I don't have a great grasp of any language other than English, but I do try. That being said, I've had many positive experiences where the language...

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  • 25. Las Nazarenas

    Las Nazarenas was recommended by a very credible source: a taxi driver. We asked where the best steak could be found downtown and we were directed to Laz Nazarenas. He was absolutely correct, the...

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