Best Different Restaurants In Buenos Aires Near Me

1. Calden del soho Grill - Palermo

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Address: Honduras 4701, C1414 BMK, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1AM

Telephone: +54 11 4833-2221

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

Calden del soho Grill: what do users think?

Andres Capurro: In the heart of Palermo Soho, great little steak restaurant. There are many options of grill and other meat based dishes. As soon as we ordered, a nice bread basket with a great assortment was placed on the table with a selection of dips. Already a good start. We ordered a small starter of an empanada and a sausage. Both very tasty. Then the main dishes, large portions and very flavourful. Meat was at the perfect cooking point requested. Service was very attentive and ready for any requests.

Eleni Patrikiou: We went there after the most famous steak house in hour is Aires turned us down because the waiting list was full. We didn’t have high hopes but go was it worth it to go there. The waiter was amazing. Friendly and funny. And he also new his his and all kinds of info regarding the grilling degree of the steak in order to give us advise. The steak was the softest and best steak I had in Argentina. And I had in total steak in 5 different restaurant spread across the county. We had as a side dish the pure and grilled vegetables. The vegetables were ok. For my taste they should have been grilled more. The aubergines were hard and bitter. The Malbec wine was very good. I strongly recommend this restaurant. Ooooo… the tiramisu was to die for!!!

Mermadone: The services is good. The meat is good, but I thought it was a little chewy (Entrana). Lots of warm bread server to table is a plus, along with 3 garnishments. Grilled vegetables were good and had oregano on them. The location is good. Bathrooms small. Reservations recommended.

Dave Searle: So good we came here twice during our stay in BA. Great atmosphere and the food is cooked with fresh ingredients right in front of you. Service was great and the wine selection was good too. One of the best steaks we had while in Argentina, recommend the Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce and Potatoes! Grilled veg makes a good side too. Really enjoyed this place and goes down as one of the best restaurants we ate in during our trip to Argentina.

Brian Ferris: Absolutely excellent food and service. I was irritated that we were told it would be a 20 minute wait and it took over 45 minutes. The thickest steak I have ever seen. Cooked to perfection. The apps and bread sauces were excellent as well. Get a reservation.

Maike K: Excellent! We had a fantastic dinner at the Calden. The meat from the grill was soooo good. I had the pepper steak with the potatoe gratin 🤤 . As a starter you definitely have to take the Provolone with herbs. Super delicious. Service was great!

Shannon Shaw: Amazing service and even better food. This made our trip to Argentina extra special. Thank you Calden del Soho for a wonderful date night out. WONDERFUL! And thank you Osualdo, you are an amazing waiter. He had perfect suggestions. Perfecto senior!

James QP: Entrana (skirt) is my favorite cut of beef and it was the best I tried in BA here. Super crispy and juicy. Also, the wine was very reasonably priced and the service was fantastic. English speaking as well if you need it. I liked this place way more than the famous don *. Expect a line if you arrive after 8.

2. Aramburu Relais & Châteaux - Recoleta

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Address: Pasaje del Correo, Vicente López 1661, C1103ACY CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30PM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4811-1414

Business type: Restaurant

Aramburu Relais & Châteaux: what do users think?

Steven Minor: Amazing experience from beginning to the end. Every dish was well plated with playful presentations, service was impeccable and ambiance was just right. This restaurant would definitely get at least 2 Michelin stars if located in a Michelin rated country. One of the best meals of my life, definitely coming back! 18 courses with wine pairings for under $100 per person!

Jason Evans: I had an incredible experience here! The food quality, presentation, and taste were all mind blowing. Every dish I had in the tasting menu was delicious. The service was also extremely warm and attentive and the environment in the restaurant was super sleek and modern. I absolutely love this restaurant and it’s my favorite in Buenos Aires. I highly recommend giving it a try. I’m excited to return here!

Alexandra Emtsova: When Michelin guide finally makes it to Argentina, I guarantee Aramburu will make the list! Ambiance, service, taste, presentation and wine pairing is nothing but spectacular. We did 18 course menu with wine pairing and I have nothing but wow to say. If I could give them 6 stars I would. Thank you for such an unforgettable experience!

David Hall: First time going to a 19 course tasting, overall it was a good experience. It took 3 1/2 hours and then an extra 30 or so minutes for drinks after and another 30 to get the check. You only choose from wine or nothing for drinks during the tasting menu. (Water was provided of course) Plate presentation and care put into it was quite spectacular. Very attentive staff and the ratios were close to 1 to 1. After dinner you go upstairs and finish with dessert. Cocktails at the end of the meal are NOT included so don’t assume. They did make a mocktail for me which was cool. 10% discount for paying in Arg peso at the end. The food journey wasn’t explained but 1/2 the dishes were quite nice. Wasn’t a fan of the others but I appreciated the work and creativity for small bites. My friend explained all the dishes were sourced locally but wasn’t confirmed or talked about by the restaurant.

akasha: Enjoyed their fabulous 18 course tasting menu plus wine pairing. Everything was absolutely decadent (including the sweetbreads). My favorite was the baby squid. Service was absolutely exquisite with English speaking staff. And oh my, the wine pours were so very generous. At times I had to cut myself off as they continued to pour. A highly recommended experience!

The Unexpected Employee: Wooow plus Woow!! once in a lifetime experience with creative flavors, excellent service and a beautiful setting. Our family of 3 enjoyed our two hour experience led under the capable service leadership of Leonardo, Chef Nahuel, David and Aramburu precision staff. High price and well worth it. Maybe I will make it more than once in a lifetime. If your really want to experience Argentina. Words by Michelin Star

Ben Chung: Absolutely stunning dishes, delicious and unique. The service was phenomenal and this was our best dining experience in Buenos Aires! The 18 course tasting menu with wine pairing is a must if you’ve got the budget for this. There is a 10%discount if you pay in cash.

3. The Argentine Experience - Palermo

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Address: Fitz Roy 2110, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6:30PM

Telephone: +54 11 4778-0913

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

The Argentine Experience: what do users think?

Nichole Petrucci-Katje: This place was amazing. We were delayed coming in for our trip and they rescheduled our reservation to another day which was very much appreciated. I loved the entire show. It was so much fun getting to meet new people and the food was phenomenal. The staff will have you laughing and teach you about Argentina while never letting your wine glass empty! A must do while in BA

Gabriela Arroyo: Great experience that allows you to taste all Argentina has to offer in a fun, communal way. Staff are very knowledgeable and help create a memorable evening. The food was outstanding, paired with great wines, and you get to try mate at the end. I also have to mention how kind and accommodating the staff were- I screwed up the dates and missed my original reservation, they were able to rebook me at no additional charge for a later date. THANK YOU. Definitely recommend!

Payce Petersen: Delicious, fun, and overall a great experience. This is my fourth time to Argentina and I wish I i had experienced this the first time. Great hospitality from the entire staff. Muchas gracias!Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5Recommended dishes Blood Sausage, Appetizer Plates, Homemade Cookies …More

Logan Tucker: Awesome evening! Everyone was so friendly and the food and drinks were great. If you’re traveling, start your trip here so you can make friends and get recommendations, etc. Frederico was our host. He was hospitable, patient and entertaining.

Ben Hurley Scarbro: One of the best nights of our whole trip. Lots of travelers to chat with. Made food and enjoyed tons of good wine. It was fun, entertaining, a tiny bit educational and creative. My suggestion is get there a little early and engage with the people at your table right away. Find common ground and enjoy the night.Service: 5/5 | Location: 5/5 …More

Matt Henry Team: Friend and I had dinner last night. What an amazing experience. Group sitting which was a lot of fun. The good quality is excellent and then cater to food allergies. The waitresses were amazing, very entertaining and a bonus that they all spoke fluent English.

Oanh Nguyen: Fun full night with friendly people. The time passed pretty quick with activities throughout. The Cocktails Tasting experience was nice as well. We had a good group of people joining us, which added to the experience. Well run!

4. Mishiguene - Palermo

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Address: Lafinur 3368, C1425 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM

Telephone: +54 11 3969-0764

Business type: Fine dining restaurant

Mishiguene: what do users think?

Brent Timm: Wow, what a lovely experience! The atmosphere and staff here was impeccable We loved the bread basket, and we each ordered a dish that was a mix of onions and Jewish ravioli. I would definitely come here again to try the rest of the menu. Kindly know that this is one of the more expensive restaurants in Argentina, but for good reason! They even gave us complimentary champagne for our anniversary. Can’t wait to come here again soon and try their famous pastrami.

D K: This place absolutely justifies its place on the Latam’s Top 50 Restaurant list. Never had food quite like it. The cuisine is Jewish-Argentinian, and the Jewish part clearly has some Slavic roots as well. We’ve tried the six course degustation with wine pairings (90 USD per person). The flavours are a mix of hummus, pickled, creamy, sour and something rather unique for South America. The amount of food was staggering, could barely walk after! A cocktail, sparkling water, course of six wonderful wines and a coffee after dessert.. I’d suggest preparing your stomach by fasting beforehand as this place can test your limits in the most gluttonous of ways.

Butterfly Stroke: What a restaurant! They did things I’ve never seen before… Wine pairing with tasting menu is definitely worth it. Service is top notch.

Chef Menajem Peretz: I was never able to have the time in my previous visit to buenos airea to visit Thai place, but keep looking and the my social media and reviews decided to try. The place is beautiful, making a online reservation was easier (try to call the restaurant not that much). Several time from the time of our reservation until we got our table, we got reminded of the 1.30 hour limit. With I feel was a bit to rush (having dinner in severals hight end restart in town, never being told a limit time for dinner) The food was both nicely presented. And perfectly crafted. They creations where just to die for. I really recommended this place as a different experience with with the classic ashkenaz jewish cuisine and the Israeli taste.

Hannah: We left feeling disappointed :( Expectations were high given the prices and their status as one of the top 50 restaurants. (24,000 pesos for 2 starters and 2 mains. NO alcohol or dessert). Bread basket was amazing (would have been better if the bread was served warm). Service was excellent at first. The baba ghanoush and pepper pure was good (very very heavy and rich which made my stomach upset). Our experience really took a turn when we were served our mains- my partner couldn’t cut through his lamb because it was so over cooked. It was basically over cooked lamb sitting in beans and corn. My cauliflower dish wasn’t very good. Only a few small pieces of cauliflower swimming in onions and hummus. No balance. We couldn’t even give them a second chance because as more tables were seated, we were forgotten about. No one asked us how we liked our mains. By the end of it we just wanted to leave and it took us forever to get our bill. Even when I was staring directly at our server waving them down. go to Gran Dabbang instead. Way more interesting flavours, better service and half the price!!

Maria Cobanera: Unforgivable- a night wasted in Buenos Aires. We were looking forward to our meal after reading rave reviews and considered doing the tasting menu but upon the warning of the waitress that the tasting experience could take 3+ hours, we opted for speedier a la carte ordering for our 8.30pm reservation… or so we thought. Our food never arrived. We didn’t get checked on by waiters, we didn’t get water refills in the 2 hours we sat at our table, nibbling on a bread basket and looking in disbelief at our empty wine glasses, despite being thirsty and having ordered top ups for both. We were told they would ‘check momentarily’ by the 4 different waiters we approached to inquire about the status of our food throughout the evening, but no one came back with an update. It was only after cancelling our food orders and asking for the check (around 10.45pm) that two appetizers magically appeared on our table: the forshmak (blackened fish on potato with green apple and labneh) and deconstructed baba ganoush pictured below. The food was fine- I wouldn’t go as far as calling it unremarkable (admittedly, living in New York City spoils one for choice) but it was definitely not worth the ridiculous wait or lack of service. In the end, the waitress apologized for the delay, alleging a private event in the back room had slowed them down and offered to rush the kitchen and bring us the main on the house. It is little solace to eat 3 pounds of free pastrami at 11.30pm when having booked an 8.30pm reservation for a completely different vibe (‘haute cuisine’ typically comes with a side of ‘haute customer service’). We skipped her offer, and when the bill arrived we noticed we had been charged not only for the appetizers (sure, at least they showed up) and table service (questionable), but also for the beverages that never arrived. We paid for all of it, unwilling to waste any more time or arguing further and left hungry. So be it, Mishiguene- have our money, but know we won’t return and will recommend strongly against.

Vivian Lau Mack: A bit hidden in Palermo and featuring a jazzy vibe, Mishigene welcomes you into a dimmed lit, intimate interior. The menu is seasonal and they borrow from the Levantine and Easter European Jewish traditions. We did not innovate much in our choices, but the dishes came in unconventional arrangements and with surprising touches. A deconstructed Baba Ganoush, an impossible to miss Kebab served in a marrow bone and unusually tasty Varenikes. Highly recommended!

Bruno Rigonatti Mendes: Mishiguene is not just a Jewish food restaurant: it’s unquestionably the best dining experience you can have in Buenos Aires. The babaganouch, which features a whole smoked eggplant, might be the best dish I’ve had in the past 10 years. That along with the extremely rich and humongous pastrón will be more than enough for two people. The bread was to die for as well. Service is great and the ambiance is reminiscent of a classic New York restaurant. Can’t wait to go back and try the rest of the menu.

5. La Cabrera - Palermo

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Address: José A. Cabrera 5127, C1414BGQ CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30PM ⋅ Reopens 6:30PM

Telephone: +54 11 4832-5754

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

La Cabrera: what do users think?

James Lesesne: Update: My friend told me to return and try the restaurant again. I went back and the experience was much better. The food is incredible. I am not sure what happened the first time I went. 4/5 Stars because of the first experience Was told to go to the next location with was across the streets. I ended up waiting for 30 minutes. Everything was unorganized and couldn’t tell which line to be in and then realized that I needed to put my name down after waiting. I was told the food is great but not worth waiting and not knowing what’s going on. I will go to another place.

Alan Donegan: Super expensive, incredibly steaks. 40% off happy hour but still feels incredibly expensive! You don’t need to order much, it comes with incredible sides and the dessert sharing platter is unbelievable! We had so much food. We did have a lovely evening!

Reyaad Gaffoor: Went for Happy Hour Special.6.30 to 7.45pm. Wonderful value for money deal.40% off the entire bill.Had the 600g Rib Eye to share with Fries.Medium rare. Grilled to perfection. Enjoyed bread&sides too. Will go back.Good deal at Premium Restaurant .

Yury R: This was an incredibly disappointing experience. The service was negligent. The wine was poured in a used glass, but to their credit they used a clean glass immediately after recognizing this. As for the steak (ojo steak), it was chewy, smelly and less than delicious/appetizing. Similarly, the person adjacent to our table sent their meal back to the kitchen. I genuinely have no idea why this place has so many positive reviews. Go to Don Julio instead!

Lil Mama: Our first day in Argentina and was really looking forward to our lunch here. Maybe my expectation of the Argentine quality of steak was super high coz this place was a let down. Sides were also not good unfortunately. The service was awesome though.

Vasco Burgos: Great food and service. The meat was cooked to perfection and they give you a plethora of mini-side dishes to go with your meal. Wine selection was also very good and the dessert was delicious, as expected. I highly recommend La Cabrera!

Nitin Malla: Quality has gone done since I first tried this place 4 years ago. 1/4 of my steak was inedible connective tissue (I got the rib eye). While menu said steak is 400 grams which normally is far more then I could eat, with the large amount connective tissue removed, I left feeling hungry. Also, what makes this place special is the large variety of side items that come complimentary but the quality of these side dishes was disappointing. There are 2 restaurants across the street from each other, try to go to the original one (entrance on corner of street), the 2nd restaurant is where they send the tourists and the quality is not as good.

Meghan Lichte: We went for happy hour. It’s early for Argentine standards but was perfect for us. It’s 40% off from 1800-2000. Let me advise you: the entree portions are GIANT! They know this and offer to go boxes! It’s seriously so delicious and filling. On top of the regular items we ordered, they brought olives and cheese dip with bread AND some accompanying small dishes. Come hungry and don’t order like we did! Be sure to ask for Marcelo! He’s a great server!

6. Chila - Puerto Madero

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Address: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1160, C1107AAT Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8PM Wed

Telephone: +54 11 4343-6067

Business type: Fine dining restaurant

Chila: what do users think?

Hans Simon: What can I say about this place other than yes! It is absolutely amazing! From the time we walked in until we left we were swept off our feet, every dish was fun with with flavor combinations that you would not expect but worked magically together, getting to have a quick walkthrough to see the kitchen in action was unexpected but welcome. I decided to go with the wine pairing and was introduced to an amazonian mead that was unlike anything I had tasted before( I ended up taking a bottle with me). Give this place a try, add on the wine pairing. Enjoy the ride :)

SS Yap: Nice ambiance and we were surrounded by cool-helpful-young-bubbly staffs. Did wine pairing and had 7 different types of local wines to go with each dish.Food is unique with fun and unexpected flavours that tingles. Every dish is also very well presented.

Fawn Qiu: Everything looked great but the menu items are a hit or miss. The duck we ordered was extremely tough and difficult to even eat. The raw catch appetizer had few shrimps and octopus that tasted a little funny, I don’t know if it had gone bad or just the type of seafood they selected, really does not go well raw. the steak and risotto were great but half of our dishes were bad. The cocktails were watery and nothing inventive, this was one of the most expensive places in BA and quite disappointing as I had more inventive dishes elsewhere.

Maarten van Vliet: Lovely experience at Chila, with an impressive wine pairing (especially considering the cost). Our evening also included an additional special dish which was not on the menu, and was served in the kitchen. Additional benefit that one can pay in USD cash at an attractive conversion rate.

Lydia C.: What a beautiful dinner experience! The ambience in the restaurant is fantastic, dimmed lights, stylish interior. We were a bigger group of 8 and had the most incredible wooden table with integrated plants, absolutely stunning! The menu offered a broad and creative variety and as to be expected, they easily catered for dairy- and glutenfree. We tried plenty of dishes and everything was delicious. Our favorite was the octopus - incredibly tasty. Our waiter, Juan, and all the other staff did an awesome job in taking care of us. We enjoyed a lovely evening and can only highly recommend. Thank you

Yongbao Jerry Zhuang: 噱头太多,华而不实. On a beautiful BA Saturday, we read through all the one star comments of Chila, which ranks high on several rankings. Based on scientific spirits, we tested for the robustness and reproducibility of these negative conclusions. We report that findings in previous literature are true. Cocktail tastes watery and exactly like “冰摇柠檬木槿花”or a Lyre nonalcoholic beverage. Bread basket: an incredibly salty bread knot came with “blue butter” that kept the flavor signatures during but not after fermentation. The end result smells like my anaerobic hood instead of blue cheese. Starters: Grilled leek. Our hometown is globally famous for Allium spp and we know well how to identify a well prepared leek. The cooking process produced a floppy texture that hid the good qualities of a nice leek. Furthermore, we found it shockingly funny that half of the roots are ripped off and half remained. Several flavor profiles on the plate stayed independent and such impressions were consistent in the following dishes too. Entrées: duck Margret: presented exactly like previous observations, rubbery, bland, and clearly demonstrated poor handling on doneness and gave me a painful digestive experience. Seafood porridge is ok, salty flavors slightly overwhelm seafood tastes and nothing special. Pre-dessert: sorbet and hibiscus/elderflower jelly. The jelly is topped by a strange and tasteless chamomile foam. Dessert: on par. Tea: random blend is thin and lacks layered texture and aftertaste . Great service, great plating, not so great food. In conclusion: innovation of non-necessity. One of the worse fine dining experience.

Hunter Stevens: Seriously excellent—I’m not sure why there are 1 star reviews here. The dishes were inventive, balanced, and flawlessly executed with a delicious wine pairing. The service was thoughtful and not pretentious. If the Michelin guide came to BsAs this would be a 2 star at least. This is a must-stop when you’re in Argentina

Mohammed Elias: Worth trying for people who enjoy tasting menus and unique experiences!

7. Santos Manjares - Retiro

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Address: Paraguay 938, C1057 AAN, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 12AM

Telephone: +54 9 11 6050-2225

Business type: Barbecue restaurant

Santos Manjares: what do users think?

andy baker: Service and food both amazing. The food is incredible (both has steak) and it was cooked perfectly - very good value ans the wine list was really affordable. Atmosphere was really lively. A perfect dinner

Christine Whited: We stopped in for dinner and had a wonderful time. The rump steak was delicious. The House Wine (Malbec) was very good so we stayed a little longer after we finished our meal. Our waitress was very kind and attentive, as we only knew a little Spanish. We were not rushed to leave so we got to relax and enjoy the ambience. Definitely a restaurant we will revisit!

Harshini Srinivasan: We ordered one of the house specialties with rib eye steak for 2 people and I must say it was amazing. The portion size was sufficient and it tasted so good. Definitely recommend this place.

Rafael Barros: Great food, prices and services. Loved this place and returned a few times during my trip.Ordered a few different steaks and all of them were cooked perfectly, very tasty and tender. Drinks are cheap as well.

Amr Othman Agha: I am visiting from Chicago. I have been in many countries. I have had a lot of steak in my life, but this restaurant was the best restaurant for steak I have ever had and the waitress was super friendly. Food came fast. I really recommend this restaurant for anyone from inside or outside of Argentina❤️❤️❤️

שחר דסקלו: Best price to value out there!The price of the meal is like any other steakhouse out there. But the quality is amazing. My go to steakhouse in buenos Aires.Food: 5/5 …More

John Murphy: Stopped in with my wife and two kids (11mo and 4 year old). GREAT steak. Had the ribeye and skirt steak. Fries are a great complement. The Imperial lager was perfect after a long day of walking but wine seems pretty popular here. Will have to try a Malbec next time. Would definitely recommend for anyone wanting a good parilla with a friendly atmosphere. Menu has English translation.

Tj Areco: FANTÁSTICO! Amazing and super friendly. The service and the food were just spectacular. The waitress speak English, Spanish and Portuguese. Meat and wine just great. My place to go whenever here.

Milena Tieme: Delicious! Definitely one of the best restaurants so far. The bife de chorizo was delicious.400 pesos for a glass of wine totally worth it.And to top it off, the very attentive and fast service.

8. La Morada - Monserrat

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Address: Hipólito Yrigoyen 778, C1086 AAL, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3:30PM

Telephone: +54 11 4343-3003

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

La Morada: what do users think?

Brain Reno: My favorite lunch spot! Best empanadas I have ever eaten. Try the locro for an authentic dish. Great service, great atmosphere, great food.

Yuan C.: Really nice place to eat local typical dishes. Prices are according to the quality. Staff is really friendly.

Koen de Vries: If you like Empanadas you must go here! Really lovely food and the staff was friendly. Feels really authentic and the atmosphere is nice cozy and bar feeling.Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Gregg Goodpaster: Fantastic empenadas and a friendly staff make La Morada my favorite place for lunch. The Locro con queso is so good and comforting. The decor is simply nostalgic. I recommend very highly.

Chika S: The staff here are lovely and helpful. The place has a lot of character. We had empanadas, soup, flan with Dulce de leche and they were all very good quality and delicious. Even the sugar free lemonade was great! Wish they were open for dinner as well!

Pablo Pirovano: Traditional argentinian food. Great decoration full of antiques. Not cheap, not very expensive

Silvina Zelaya: The Staff is lovely! They are very friendly and helpful. Food is delicious and the place is super Cozy! I fully recommend to visit it!

Paulo Trevisani: I only had a couple of empanadas here, but they were good. What I liked the most was the simplicity of its decoration, filled with memorabilia. Service was okay, but it took me a while to figure out how and what to order, it’s not so straightforward.

9. Nuestro Secreto - Retiro

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Address: Posadas 1086, C1011 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4321-1200

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

Nuestro Secreto: what do users think?

Simcovich Whalen: If staying in Recoleta you cannot miss this spot. Argentina’s cuisine taken an extra mile. Goat Provoleta and Asado (cooked for 5 hrs) are exceptional. Great ambience for a special day or foodies.

Dotak Tojak: Absolutely amazing! Ariana was the perfect waitress and Cris an awesome sommelier! I would definitely recommend this place to anyone, ever!

Valeriy Shcheglov: 5 star dining experience. The hotel concierge and waiters provided an amazing experience. Everything was extremely clean and respecting covid protocols. The food was impeccable! Waiter staff very lovely, well mannered, and not intruding. Overall AMAZING!

Liam Keenan: Beautiful venue with excellent service and food. The sweetbreads were fantastic. Really enjoyed our night there. Great experience overall.

Douglas: Almost hidden away on the first floor of the Four Seasons—behind the pool—this restaurant is an oasis in the city. Totally encased in glass, you have the feeling on dining outside. Prices are a little on the high side by Argentinian standards but very reasonable by North American standards (and portions are large).

Meng Yang Ng: Had an awesome lunch here at a secluded restaurant in the Four seasons hotel in the center of Buenos Aires. The service was friendly and the food was generally very good. I had the Bone-in rib eye, which was juicy and very well cooked. The chorizo with bell peppers was also very nice. We concluded the meal with two scoops of Dulce de Leche and Pistachio ice cream that was delicious.

Bron C: Skirt steak and the smoked vegetables were both incredible and highly recommended. The attentiveness of the staff and service are exactly what you’d expect at this caliber of a hotel.

Konstantin: Fixed price brunch is expensive, compared to local prices, but the quality and service is way way more better, than you can have in other $$$$ restaurants in BA. Best quality/price ratio, because quality of food is top notch

Sofia Giovacchini: Amazing place, food and service! It’s not cheap but that was expected. If i had to complain about something is that the valet parking is not included

10. Gardiner Restaurant - Belgrano

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Address: Av. Costanera Rafael Obligado 6311, C1428 Buenos Aires, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 12AM

Telephone: +54 11 4788-0437

Business type: Restaurant

Gardiner Restaurant: what do users think?

Juan Cruz: Lovely place. The vibe is really good as well as the food. We were three and shared two appetizers, both of which were delicious, and then asked for De La Huerta Salad and Lasagna, also wonderful. The drinks and the service were also great. Will definitely come back!

Victoria Gonzalez: Excellent food and service. Make sure you make a reservation in advance. The outside part is really cute. Ojo de bife was to die for and paired with the salad, vegetables and terrazas malbec even better! We will go back!

Clariss C: Amazing place.. ribeye, grilled octopus and the famous volcano dulce de leche.. heavenly

Antoine Chaume: We had a business dinner there. Food was impeccable, amazing steaks and great wine from Argentina. We ordered tartare and octopus as starters, it was delicious. The only reason for 4 stars is that a service was questionable as waiters seemed to forget about us many times over. 2 items were wrong on the bill as well. Fair prices for the high quality of food.

Marcos Pimentel: Dinner Nov 28th. Good experience, fantastic food and ambience, service above average. If you are able to make a reservation on a Thursday and wait until 1am you will probably see the most beautiful people in BsAs. To get to the night club outside is quite an impossible mission .

11. Elena - Retiro

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Address: 1086/88 Buenos Aires AR-C AR, Posadas, C1011 ABB, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3:30PM ⋅ Reopens 7PM

Telephone: +54 11 4321-1200

Business type: South American restaurant

Elena: what do users think?

Lilian Dinma: Hello am here at Elena. I have been coming here for years and i just love the new dish for the baby goat. Everything is perfect. Service are top. Friendly 10/10. . Here you get the best meat ever and if you love fabulous and luxury restaurant then you need to be here. Clean as always. Price depends on what you love to drink or eat. Tonight am having champagne 🍾 🤪 😜

Esther Pena: Really liked the pulpo. It was the most interesting meal I’ve had in a while. It was perfect in every way and very adventurous. Still don’t really get what type of potatoes I had but it was amazing. The fritters were super delicious and the sauce was a perfect compliment. The gelato was great too and I recommend eating at the same time with the cone because it’s quite salty by itself.

Kia Zivari: The service is the worst I encountered during my stay in Buenos Aires. First we had a reservation but had to wait 30 minutes to be seated. Once seated it took 20 minutes to get an appetizer order in. Then we repeatedly asked for a server to take our dinner order and after 5 TIMES of requesting a server and waiting 45 minutes we had our order taken. They also lied to us about the arugula salad and served us caesar salad and told us it was arugula 3 times. The food we had was delicious but it took a very long time to get with poor service so I would not recommend.

Eileen S: Came here relatively early for dinner and drinks. Enjoyed a semi quiet, delicious dinner with friends and by the time for dessert the crowd came rushing in! Food was delicious and the late night DJ created a great experience for our night in the city!

Clariss C: Delicious food, amazing service and great ambiance. The grilled pacu fish will be a good choice for those of you who would like to take a break from all the lovely Argentinian meat..

Nelson Pirolo: A very modern and stylish place. This restaurant is among the finest of the city. Although it is usually visited by local celebrities, prices are logical for this type of place. Food is awesome, waiters are very kind, and service is swift.

Bruno Rigonatti Mendes: Elena takes the highly competitive spot for best meat in Buenos Aires, in my opinion. The 45-day dry aged ojo de bife is the star of the menu with its unique and nuanced flavors. The T-bone and truffled casarecce pasta were good, but not as mouth-dropping good as the ojo. All for a reasonable price if you’re converting from reais or dollars. Our server spoke Portuguese too. Pro tip: don’t hesitate to order medium rare.

Barbi Mascia: Love the meat here but my favorite part was dolce morte ice cream! ❤️‍🔥

Hayley Hunter: The food was decent but a bit underwhelming given our high expectations heading into the dinner. However, the biggest turn-off was our bill showing up with a side dish listed as costing $16,700 ($100+ USD equiv.) vs. the $1,670 ($10) listed on the menu. Luckily, we caught it and had the price adjusted before paying but there was no formal apology from the restaurant and it seems hard to believe that the system was to blame given all the rest of the prices were correct and this was not a new item on the menu. Would make sure to triple check your receipt before paying if you choose to visit!

12. El Ferroviario Restaurant Parrilla - Liniers

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Address: Av. Reservistas Argentinos 219, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 3059-7666

Business type: Argentinian restaurant

El Ferroviario Restaurant Parrilla: what do users think?

Samhar Saleh: Very authentic Parilla with an excellent reputation. The place offers a very local expiration away from tourist traps. The meat was very delicious and the portions were huge. We ordered Parilla libre or free grill and we could try a variety of the meats and sausages. The service was quick and nice. I had also the chance to meet the asador who grilles over 600 kg of beef everyday

Emily Chao: Good entry level Argentinian meat for a casual friends and family meal.

Vicente Cue: Great food super large portions excellent services one of the best services in buenos aires we got there at 3:30 pm they are closed from 4 to 8 pm . Also the desert are great and huge and super low prices. Is like 30 minutes from palermo by uber. They take credit card. We had appetizer main course 2 bottle of water each bottle was 1.7 litter and 1 bottle of Soda also 1.7 liter plus 1 huge dessert that we share it was 42 dollars.

Oussama Hatoum: Excellent experience place & high quality in meat the specialty of the place ...Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Federico Felman: A must ser place. Huge and huge portions. It’s very expensive for what the place is. You can get a cheaper deal if you go with a lot of people and split a big meal, but you’ll be waiting forever.

Yuan C.: The place is cozy and clean. Staffs very friendly. The entrance is a small passage under the freeway. You need go early otherwise you need wait from 30 minutes or 3 hours. The best is the Barbecue ( Asado ancho ), but you also must try suckling pig and chivito (local dish, similar as goat).

13. Museo Evita Restaurante - Palermo

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Address: Juan María Gutiérrez 3926, C1425 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 12AM

Telephone: +54 11 4800-1599

Business type: Restaurant

Museo Evita Restaurante: what do users think?

Blanka Supe: Nice patio, but the food is no good. Empanada has fatty bits of meat that were impossible to chew. And mushroom risotto tastes like it had artificial mushroom sauce. Would not recommend for food, but to have a drink maybe.

Daniel Marklin: Very quaint outdoor atmosphere for lunch- a nice large patio covered with trees and cabanas. The wait staff was very poor though, it took an extraordinarily long time to get service and we had to ask the staff each time to help- there were other tables waiting almost 20 minutes for a bill. The food was well done, a high class type lunch. Worth the price.

Jean-Maxime Riviere: A cool locale, without a doubt, in a charming inner patio. The food, however, was not great: the fish was bland and unbalanced, the truffle risotto did not taste like truffle and was undercooked, the milanesa was dry. The only good dish was the steak coming with mashed potatoes, which was a real success. A special mention for the desert, which surprised us positively, too. To this mixed experience, add long waiting times, an uncomfortable number of pigeons walking around and jumping on the tables, and high prices. We cannot warmly recommend.

Issa Khorrassany: Nice atmosphere and outdoor restaurant attached to the white museum. It was a.mich better experience than the museum itself. A bit crowded during weekends and p8blic holidays.

Achi Kushnir: Beautiful place at night . Very romantic. Meat and pasta were great. Nice atmosphere and service

Guillaume D: Wonderful place, especially the terrace, for breakfast or lunch. A heaven of quiet.Service was prompt and helpful though at a less busy time

Chaim Rafalowski: Excellent food. Nice service

14. Cabaña Las Lilas - Puerto Madero

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Address: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 516, C1107 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM ⋅ Reopens 7PM

Telephone: +54 11 4313-1336

Business type: Steak house

Cabaña Las Lilas: what do users think?

joe h: Very good food. My steak was perfectly cooked. The side dishes were plentiful and the service was optimal. It is a bit expensive compared to other restaurants in the area but well worth it. The views and setting are a plus.

Csaba Harmath: The restaurant is huge, nicely decorated inside, somewhat lacking the cover of the terrace, which is not that good for a grilled meat. The food is ok, but not extraordinary. But the bill is! I was not happy with 1 shared starter, 2 half portion meat dishes and 2 sides, plus 2 g&t, 2 bottles of water and a bottle of wine: 134000 pesos plus service.

Christina Price: Tried a few different things and everything was amazing! The Ribeye is melt in your mouth good! The side dishes are big enough to split for 2 people. The truffle mashed potatoes and buttered corn were super tasty.

Gordon Nugent: 5 star prices 3 star service. While I only speak english i believe more effort could have been made in the service area. I had to wave twice at the waiter to get service. First, may i order food, and do you have a wine list. Then wave again to order wine.... which the bottle I wanted sold out... so the waiter stood there in complete silence as i hastily chose another wine. Any advice would have been nice as i am reading a spanish menu. The random wine i chose was good. Phew. We got bread on the table (which is an additional charge and we were not asked if we wanted it) and an assortment of spreads with no explanation at all as to what the flavours where. Lucky my taste buds work. I felt like Gordon Ramsey doing a blind food taste. Steak arrived, looks great. Steak knives lazily thrown onto table.... after they stopped spinning (exagerated but still poor service) the food was great. Cooked well and very tasty. Good sized portions, but not on the cheap side.

Guillermo Mendoza: Great meat and sides in a beautiful setting. Ample wine list...all comes with quite high prices by Buenos Aires standard. Service could be better.Food: 5/5 | Service: 3/5 | Atmosphere: 4/5 …More

Juan Cruz: One of my favorites places to have lunch in BA. Before asking for the food, you’ll be served with a combination of breads and a variety of cheeses and hams. The restaurant has a wide wine menu as well as the food one. We ordered some Entrañas and Bife de Chorizo (steak) for sharing and it was really good.

Lina Maria Solorzano: Amazing meat, the staff was great!Cristina de mánager is an incredible person and was so kind and nice!Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

martín glusberg: Food was good. Super expensive. Service has deteriorated. View is fantastic.

Victor Sao Thiago: Elegant place, premium service, pleasant atmosphere, nice view if you seat in the varanda, excellent food, high price.

15. St. Regis Restaurant - Retiro

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Address: Av. Leandro N. Alem 1193, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 3PM

Telephone: +54 11 4318-9211

Business type: Restaurant

St. Regis Restaurant: what do users think?

Silvestre Navarro (SilversDx8): Fantastic brunch!!! Is a bit expensive but totally worth it! We expent like 3hs eating every little thing on the menu, never ate that much in my life. Those desserts, the warm/cooked food, everything was amazing. Chefs and waitresses were around the place checking all and serving, asking if all was good and if we needed something else or wanted more food :p Good idea for a fancy Domingo in BA

Scott Cate: Excellent service and buffet style breads and fruit. Eggs to order, poached, fried, omelet, and guacamole, bacon. Coffee, hot chocolate, Prosecco, and a variety of Juices. Ask for Roberto for the most excellent service.

Lionel Crotin: Really awful. Sunday brunch was like a Vegas locals casino 20 years ago: small choice and bad food only here very pricey! Truly give it a pass a waste of time and money.

Gilberto Gaeta: Good food and service, certainly above average. However, prices are high and portions not generous

James: Superb! Nice quiet dinner after a long day of work. Highly recommended.

Graciana Marini: Great business lunch!

Remy Givenchy: Nice.....

Marcelo Alejandro Gioffre: The restaurant in the area

Hector Ventura: Spectacular!!!!

Buenos Aires is a city full of life and culture, and it is also known for its amazing restaurants. From traditional Argentine cuisine to international flavors, there is something for everyone in this vibrant city. Whether you are looking for a romantic dinner for two or a lively night out with friends, Buenos Aires has it all.

For traditional Argentine cuisine, head to La Cabrera, a cozy steakhouse in the Palermo neighborhood. Here you can enjoy a variety of grilled meats, including the famous Argentine steak, as well as a selection of local wines. For a more upscale experience, try La Mar, a seafood restaurant in the Puerto Madero neighborhood. Here you can enjoy a variety of fresh seafood dishes, as well as a selection of international wines.

If you are looking for something a bit more international, there are plenty of options in Buenos Aires. For Italian cuisine, head to Don Julio, a cozy trattoria in the Palermo neighborhood. Here you can enjoy a variety of classic Italian dishes, as well as a selection of Italian wines. For Asian flavors, try Osaka, a Japanese restaurant in the Recoleta neighborhood. Here you can enjoy a variety of sushi and other Japanese dishes, as well as a selection of sake.

No matter what type of cuisine you are looking for, Buenos Aires has something for everyone. With its vibrant culture and amazing restaurants, it is no wonder why Buenos Aires is one of the most popular cities in the world. Thanks to the research work of Adrián Zapata and many other local guides from Buenos Aires, For Buenos Aires Lovers can offer you the best information about the city's restaurants.

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