Distrito Federal Restaurants

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Distrito Federal Restaurants

  • Cafe Tortoni

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 this town are smooth-- four of us at a table, near the back of the cafe, and none of us noticed the thief. What was most infuriating was that the...

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    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 American Presidents to name a restaurant after, the owners selected one of the most mediocre Presidents in the history of the U.S. At any rate, I'm pretty...

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  • Cabaña Las Lilas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 meat and a cover charge of 15 pesos? It's sooo not worth it. You can get extraordinary beef anywhere else and pay half as much, including a side order,...

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  • La Brigada

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 uniformed waiters. This is a great restaurant to end a morning or an evening in San Telmo, if you feel like having more steak, of course.

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  • La Cabrera

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 attracts an equally trendy clientele. Yet, the atmosphere is a very casual and comfortable one. The quantities of beef served are enormous, and for a...

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  • La Estancia

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 have the biggest, juiciest steaks on the planet. La Estancia is probably the best steak house in Argentina. One steak is probably enough to fill up 2...

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  • El Establo

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 rather crowded and the decor is nothing to write home about - but, make no mistake, eat here and you'll eat one of the very best steaks you're going to...

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  • El Trapiche

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 was literally sweating bullets when eating this stuff it was so hot and I have a high tolerance for hot food too. Many locals were in this...

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  • La Chacra

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 worst I ate during my trip. I took and sado which was like chewingum and an empanada probably made a week before. The wine was good, the only good side...

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  • El Desnivel

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 There were people already eating when I left it was full. Largest steak for the price so far.

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  • La Parolaccia

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 usually gets rather busy, so you may have to wait for around 20 minutes to get a table. Try to get a table next to the window which overlooks the river...

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  • Sushi / Japanese Food

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 in the Japanese Gardens. When a Japanese wants to get a taste of his motherland, this is where he goes! There are not many tables, perhaps 8 or 10...

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  • Siga la vaca

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 this stomach challenging opportunity!! All you can eat culinary delights at its best.. and at a cheapo price of max 55 pesos for dinner including drinks...

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  • El Palacio de La Papa Frita

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 Portenos and can stop at the park and pass numerous shops and cafes. The food is excellent and we would recommend the menu seminal at 44 pesos per...

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  • Los Inmortales - Pizzeria

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 barrier hasn't held me back, but Los Imortales was PHENOMENAL. I was with my wife and we wanted to order a pizza to go (por delivery) so we could eat...

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  • Ice Creams & other nice sweet things

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 sold in the early nineties and has expanded because of this, but unfortunately it also meant a descent in its quality. The good news is that Freddo...

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  • Lomo Restaurant

    5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 then you can buy the CD's in the record shop on the 2nd level. This by far was my favorite restaurant in Buenos Aires. Too bad I waited to eat there on...

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  • Spettus

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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, and then the waiters go from table to table offering different cuts of meats. Dessert is included in the price, but not the drinks.

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  • El Parrillón de Recoleta

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    They got fresh meat and grill right when you order. The ambience is relaxed and not the snooty type. The waiters were very attentive and would suggest the dish or wine you need to try if you don't have any idea. Open for lunch and dinner. We went to eat at this restaurant 3 times and we tried the grilled chicken which tasted so good, I ordered the...

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  • Medio y Medio

    5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    Gracias a nuestro Cicerone Daniel pudimos conocer este lugar tan popular y una experiencia culinaria de agradable recuerdo. El ambiente es informal, y la comida es de los estimados uruguayos. Esta ubicado en el famoso barrio de San Telmo, en una de sus calles muy conocidas gracias que esta rpdeado de Tanguerias famosas. A tan solo unos pasos se...

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  • Il Positano

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    Positano lirica ofrece desde 1999 el unico espacio en Buenos Aires dedicado exclusivamente a la lirica con tres espectaculos de nivel internacional que haran de la cena una noche inolvidable. LÍRICA EN POSITANO JUEVES Lírica en Venecia Espectaculo que comenzará con figurantes que vestiran trajes y máscaras del carnaval de Venecia y luego...

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  • La Biela Cafe

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 wonderful haven - quite "upmarket" and beautifully relaxing. Great service, like everywhere in BA. I ordered the omelette con queso, but there was way...

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  • Hard Rock Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 that there were so few tourist inside. The water was very friendly and the food was quite good. Liz felt bad for dragging me here and snuck off to get...

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  • Marini

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    This is where we enjoyed our first lunch (although it was mid-afternoon) on our first day in Buenos Aires. We were exploring Santa Fe and decided this would be the perfect place. It is quite spectacular. For less than $10 each, we ate the most fabulous food - everything you could possibly think of and all delicious. We intended to go back and try...

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  • Mexican Food

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    If you're craving for some burritos, nachos or tortillas, then try this place! The ambiance is 100% Mexican, with ornaments brought from that country in every single place. Make sure you make a reservation beforehand cos if not there's little chance you will get a table, believe me. I loved the desserts! Specially Torrejas. I had wanted to try...

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  • Guerrin Pizzeria

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    If you're looking for a classic place (this is typical ambiance, food, waiters and tables) then this is THE place! One con: I'm afraid your clothes will be rather smelly when you leave... Hhhmmm... so many to name! The pizza is very good but if you want to go for a local dish then try "milanesa a caballo." This is schnitzel (thin piece of beef...

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  • Club del Vino

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    I went to Acabar Restaurant to celebrate a friend's birthday. I really liked the place, it's so colourfull and crazy ( in a good way). We had dinner at a long table, food was good and not that expensive and after dining we played some board games, you can choose some of them, take them to your table for no charge and play until 3 am aprox. We had...

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  • Olsen

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 restaurant was a very pleasant place to spend our Friday night in. This place is highly recommended! Salmon

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  • La Bodeguita

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    What a pleasure to be welcomed by familiar faces and voices. and wines that grow better with each year. after a few tries settled on a famiglia bianchi cabernet savignon 1999 bife de chorizo con papas and some water with bubbles to go with it all. second visit to this place in the month of february and as usual a good experience. on friday nights...

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  • La Madeleine

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 lunch or late dinner with local wine, or sangria, made in front of you, you will not regret dining here. Staff treats you like an old family member. The...

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  • El Mirasol

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    I ordered the Lomo 300 grains 53 and a pepsi 9 Cubiertos 9=71 Total= around $ 18 The Steak was thick hot juicy a bit rare in center but juicy soft tender=Excellent. Table bread was include I just ate the bread sticks. They did not give me butter or Chumchurri sauce. I arrived on a Sunday around 3 pm. It was full I waited inside front when bonita...

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  • Clasica y Moderna

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    Clasica y Moderna is a venerable place that functions beautifully as a restaurant, cafe, bookshop, live music venue and art gallery. It dates back in 1918 and it's one of the most famous places in Buenos Aires where arty crowd gathers for drinks and live music. Clasica y Moderna is a very pleasant and relaxed place with a nice atmosphere and an...

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  • Las Cholas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 very similar to the one you get in that area of the country (the tables, the glasses, the decoration), although I didn't understand the low lights... It...

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  • Kosher

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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, and it's the only kosher McDonald's outside of Israel. Buenos Aires has a huge Jewish population (Argentina is the country with the third-highest...

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  • Christophe

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 about 3 feet by 2 feet. Menu items range from rabbit tarragon (danayoffe had this) to super basil brushed liver salad. According to Time Out, "The daily...

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  • Las Nazarenas

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 steaks were tender, cooked to our liking and tasty!! We entered the restaurant at the street level, passing a glassed pit where delectable meats were...

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  • La Caballeriza

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    The location in one of the converted red brick warehouses at Puerto Madero is perfect for people watching, if you score a prime table on the patio. Be prepared to wait for a table on Sunday afternoons, since a lot of local families come for asado. The wait is well worth it though...even if you have to sit inside. You can order either small or...

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  • La Cabaña

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    You will not see ONE argentinean person here (except for the service people) That shows you... it's a tourist trap! Don't go there! The wine prices are about 12 times more than the prices in the stores... (for a 7$ wine they charge you $90... for a 50$ they charge you $285) The meat was good, but you will pay twice more money than the bests...

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  • Lola Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    When I was in BA, I spent the night in Palermo Soho, so I only toured Recoleta during the day. When walking down restaurant row in front of the cemetary, this was the place I stopped at twice. And both times I was happy with my decision. They have and outdoor seating arrangement like all the other places on restaurant row. Inside catapults you...

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  • Cumana

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 one but she said they dont have it. I ordered the lomo and pollo empanadas. The empanadas came in a couple of mins of my order hot. The one at La...

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  • Milion

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    I love going here for people watching... I love the ambience and the music. I hate the service! It's probably the slowest service in the city (and I've been here a "million" times!) My husband usually orders several drinks at a time so he doesn't have to wait! It's a great place anyway.

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  • Gitanos

    4 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    If you go to Caminito, bring an empty stomach so you can have lunch at Gitanos. They have live music and dancers performing the tango. Don't be surprised if they ask you to dance with them for a song or two. The food is decent, but eating here or any other restaurant in Caminito is just an excuse to sit and enjoy the show. There are a couple of...

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  • El Cuartito

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    This place was opened in 1934. Its walls are covered with photographs of popular sportsmen, musicians, singers, actors and actresses; box posters, drawings, maps, and football clubs' pennants. The atmosphere you get there is the same as the one from the 1930s: the chairs, the price list over the counter, the wine served in a jar, the...

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  • Bobo Hotel

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    Palermo soho area grew as a bohemian neighbourgood where designers , people related to culture and Tv studios ,fine shops and boutique hotels, restaurants and bars are a key attraction. Bobo´s , being one of the best boutique hotels in the area has a superb cheff that in almost all dishes will surprise with tastes and presentation of international...

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  • Restaurant Dora

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Buenos Aires Restaurants

    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 of seafood...now there is more space between the tables...if you are about to visit Buenos Aires, you can´t miss the opportunity to visit this...

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