Buenos Aires Restaurants

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  • 1. Cafe Tortoni

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    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. La Brigada

    4 out of 5 stars

    Located in San Telmo, la Brigada is the area's best parrilla (steakhouse). Service is excellent and the food exquisite, which are served in a ranch-like dining room, but with white tablecloth and...

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  • 3. Local Eating

    5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires has AMAZING restaurantes, although a lot of them are just for tourists regarding the prices... they are really expensive!!! Ask a local for normal places or check for restaurants at...

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  • 4. La Cabrera

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Although often described as a French bistro, la Cabrera serves Argentine beef with innovative and superb side dishes. Hugely popular, this restaurant is located in the trendy Palermo Soho district and...

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  • 5. Cabaña Las Lilas

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 6. Desnivel

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 7. El Establo

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    It doesn't look much from the outside, and it's tucked away down a quiet side street. Inside it looks as though the clock stopped about 50 years ago, hams hang from a ceiling rack, the tables are...

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  • 8. El Trapiche

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    It's a family place, not fancy at all. Food there is amazing and dishes are huge! Take a look arround the other tables before ordering. Es un lugar familiar, para nada fashion. La comida es increible...

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  • 9. El Palacio de La Papa Frita

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 10. La Chacra

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 11. La Estancia

    4 out of 5 stars

    I always come here for the steaks and a cold Quilmes. Want a great piece of meat at a fair price, then La Estancia the place to experience.. Located in the capital on Lavalle st. (pronounced "Le...

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  • 12. Olsen

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 13. La Biela Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 14. Sushi Club

    This sushi restaurant is very aesthetically pleasing, but I cannot recommend it as a place to eat. The dining room is very elegant, and the staff courteous, but I felt they missed the mark overall. I...

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  • 15. La Madeleine

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Great location along the canal in the Puerto area. Eat outside weather permitting. Service is great. Food from a small pizza or lasagna, seafood to steak piziola is just great. Whether a salad for...

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  • 16. Los Inmortales

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 17. Siga La Vaca

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 18. Spettus

    A unique South American experience best to be had in the home of great Steak Argentina, a steak house is a must. This one I would highly recommend when you have an evening in Buenos Aires. Order the...

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  • 19. La Parolaccia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    there are several restaurants with the same name in the city. all of them are GREAT! The ne called "la paraloccia di mare" is for seafood. there is also a "la parolaccia dolce" in Libertador, across...

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  • 20. Confeteria Santa Paula

    What a place. We were walking along Scalabrini Ortiz on our way to the Subte when I spotted the yummy looking assortment of cookies and sweets. We decided to walk in and see what we can find and we...

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  • 21. Hard Rock Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I cringed when it was suggested that Rob wanted to go to the Hard Rock to get a tee shirt let along grab a bite to eat. So I was a good sport and went along for the journey. I was actually surprised...

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  • 22. Las Nazarenas

    Albeit purely or mostly touristic, Las Nazarenas offers the kind of food, the visitor of B.Aires expects and not only after 9pm, like the majority of B.Aires restaurants, but rather early, from 6pm...

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  • 23. Kosher

    Yes, I know it's dumb to make a tip about McDonald's considering all the delicious food in Buenos Aires, but this Mickey D's is different from the rest - it's kosher. It's in the Abasto shopping mall,...

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  • 24. Duero

    Located on Avenida Santa Fe not too far from our hotel was this restaurant, which was always crowded. We passed this place every single time we would use the Subte to and from our hotel, so we knew at...

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  • 25. Freddo

    4 out of 5 stars

    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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