Best Michelin Star Restaurants In Buenos Aires Near Me

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1. Chila - Puerto Madero

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· 766 reviews

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

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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.

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

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!

2. Aramburu Relais & Châteaux - Recoleta

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· 670 reviews

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

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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. Mishiguene - Palermo

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· 2028 reviews

Lafinur 3368, C1425 CABA, Argentina

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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.

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.

4. ROUX - Recoleta

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· 1821 reviews

Peña 2300, C1126ABF CABA, Argentina

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Melody L: Tasty food with lovely presentation! We arrived at 2.45pm without reservation and got a table indoors after a 20min wait. Prawn risotto was delicious!!! Guitar string pasta with tuna was also yummy!

Silvestre Navarro (SilversDx8): Amazing place...food.. staff... Even the customers were very kind and friendly, they make you feel part of the "family". They receive you with some home made bread, gazpacho and liverwurst. We did some Spanish prosciutto and ham fried balls for the entrance. It was like being in the Mercado de la Boquería at Barcelona eating prosciutto or speck ☺️ The Angus biff (Ojo de bife) was magnificent... Just told the waitress to serve it as the Cheff recommend... Also the sweetbread (mollejas) were really good, it came with a pasta raviolone with truffle and a yolk. Well .. if you are going to expend some money... You have to get a dessert of course, everything in the menu was a must but we order the white chocolate pannacotta... A-ma-zing!! Is not a cheap place but for sure a nice way to celebrate some especial day like an anniversary. *We got a chance to met the Cheff/Owner

MaryBeth Smith: Over the top fabulous Valentine price fixed dinner. Service was great, wine pairings perfect, menu items very beautiful, creative and tasty!!

John Doe: The food is good and aims at producing signature cusine. The place is small and fancy. Staff is very friendly and attentive. The place is quite expensive for the city average, starting at 50 USD/person without wine. Still, it was close to full on a tuesday night.Food: 4/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

William Hall: Absolutely exquisite meal; they provide an English menu if requestedRecommended dishes Black Angus …More

Daria Nowak: The food is exquisite! Service extremely attentive, lovely atmosphere. I wish we discovered it before the day of departure so we could dine there again.

Chris Morfas: Delicious food, refined delivery. A good splurge.

Damarys Prado Hernandez: Awesome place and food! The chef reach us to check our experience and the attention was great! Definitely a place to go if you visit Buenos Aires! Thanks Roux team

5. Julia Restaurante - Villa Crespo

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· 345 reviews

Loyola 807, C1414 C1414AUQ, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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John Macdonald: Wow what a great find. This has the makings of a top world class restaurant. Dishes were of exceptional quality and inventive. Beef best i have had in Argentina. Mushroom dish wow! Tomato Tatar so creative and great. Blue cheese ice cream - ok did not work for me but I love the fact unusual and new combinations are tried. Service was fun relaxed and genuine. I had tasting menu with wine pairings and perhaps drank too much but noticed the visible kitchen was not having a drop of alcohol - real professionals! Congrats chef Julio and team - look forward to seeing you on top lists.

Hans Simon: If you want to go here, be sure to make a reservation as soon as they open the books for a spot. It is a very small restaurant with only about 9 or 10 tables, and with it placing on Latin Americas best restaurant list, tables will be hard to come by, we were lucky to have a connect get us a spot even though they were booked out for multiple weeks. The Chefs here are not afraid to take risks and put out beautiful looking dishes with fun punchy flavors. Yes. You want to come here. Be openminded. Leave with a deeper appreciation of what flavor can be.

Silvia Noemi Fernandez: We were able to get a table at this 22 seat restaurant and it was amazing. Can’t decide what dish was my favourite as they all were very different and exquisite. I take my hat of to the guys at the back of the house for their performance in preparing the feast and the front of the house for being helpful and friendly Must go in Buenos Aires

Pedro Barbosa: Third time coming back to this hidden jewel. Not a single miss on every dish, chef JM Baez never ceases to impress. Amazing staff, always knowledgeable and warm. Definitely a top 5 in Buenos Aires!

6. Restó S.C.A. Restaurant - Recoleta

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· 194 reviews

C1019ABT, Montevideo 938, C1019ABT CABA, Argentina

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khalil emede: A m a z i n g food! If you want to dine in a beautiful restaurant in the central area of Buenos Aires look no further - Resto’ offers a variety of delicious menu items alongside some day specials which never cease to amaze. I’m beyond happy to have discovered this place as they strive for creative combinations with high quality ingredients and with inspiration with some traditional italian and argentine cuisine deliver a lovely experience for your tasting buds. Staff is extremely nice, professional a d attentive and the chefs are young and talented. Must try!

Ethan Feldman: It is a rare pleasure to find an intimate, quiet restaurant with truly gourmet food. Every dish we had was exquisite, from the duck paté amuse bouche to the final galette. We had a wild caught rainbow trout on a carrot puree that was delicate and the flavors flowered in your moth, and lamb rack done to perfection over smokey babaganoush with buttery grilled shitakis. Unforgettable.

Ghidossi Paul: Muy buen lugar con un menu simple y de alto nivel de cocina.Very nice place, small, quaint, a little bit more exclusive and the choices on the menu are well thought out with a tendency towards fresh.

Roberto Mangioni: The best restaurant in BA, food, service, wines, location

JP Elberfeld: Flavors combinations were Michelin Star quality. Wine pairing was great. Good service. Reasonable pricing $950 ARG for appetizer, entré, and dessert. Also 10% off if you use cash. Highly recommend.

Lilian: The entrance for the resto is almost not visible from the street and you have to ring a bell to enter. Once your in the resto it is very cosy and welcoming. The menus they serve are interesting combinations of flavours and very creative. The service is very friendly and attentive.

No Boddame: Simply delicious, gourmet offerings and fine wines, with a charming staff highly trained in fine dining service. Reserve ahead it is quite small. Only six or so tables. Resto is not open for dinner every night, so check. Be sure to use Goggle to see street entrance as there is not on street sign. You will see one once you enter the gallery- arcade. YUMM!

7. Marcelo - Puerto Madero

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· 4058 reviews

Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1140, C1107 AAX, Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Beatriz Schuster: The food was more than excellent. Homemade pasta with seafood was top quality. The tiramisú with Sambayón ice cream was great. They should hire more servers. Our poor server was trying to keep up with our table and the tables around us. All servers looked overworked and stressed out. Management should pay more attention to their employees

SS Yap: Seafood pasta is great. Pasta texture is like Chinese “yee mien”. The seafood pasta tasted like Asian lobster noodles, hence we loved it. Largely due to the fact that we have been away from Asia for a month already. Cod fish and saltimboca were well prepared and tasted delicious. Note: we ordered 3 different types of pasta and sauces, but everyone was served the same type. That must be their chef’s specialty/“chiu pai choy”. We forgive them since it tasted good. A plate of pasta can feed 3-4 people (Malaysian standard.) Parking: Ample parking nearby. Wheelchair accessibility: Conveniently located by the roadside.

Chen Abramovitz: Great Italian restaurante. Great service, big portions. The pasta was better then the pizzas 🍕

Victoria Gallego: Best restaurant for Italian food in BA Amazing service! The maitre was really lovely Everything is made there bread, pizza, pasta. Burrata cheese, prosciutto crudo (Parma ham), & dry tomatoes with olive oil as anti-pasto like in every restaurant in Italy. Squid ink black Fettuccine with pomodoro (tomato) sauce and sea food mix. Try pasta with tomato sauce and cream too! Chocolate Volcano with ice cream & whipped cream. Don’t miss the breadbasket & the Lemoncello. And the dulce de leche volcano if you are from a foreign country. Pizza bread, ravioli and risottos are really good too the wine list completes the menu with the best wines from Argentina. Malbec Rosso! It’s expensive $$$$ but plates are to share between three. They church for table service per person, no matter what you order for. It’s worth it! They got valet parking. Puerto Madero is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. Where you can go for walks and have an awesome gastronomic experience.

Ko Youn Chang: Excellent Italian cuisine. Friendly staff. But portions too big. We over ordered food.Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Tony Pizzi: Great Italian food. Most plates are for 2 people. Really excellent service and very welcoming staff. You can sit in the enclosed patio area next to the water.

Gabriel Colombo: Great food and the service is amazing!!Only problem is too loud, very difficult to maintain a conversationFood: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 3/5 …More

Jorge Muñoz: Best Italian Food in Buenos Aires. Everything was perfect. Great service, fresh ingredients

Yosani Brewer: Exceptional food. Great service. We came during the busy hour but they sat us right away even without a reservation.

Rocky Rook: Phenomenal food and impeccable service. Ate here 1st time in Dec 2018 2nd time April 2019 ... even better the second time! The bread and the squid pasta are hands down the best!
Buenos Aires is a city full of surprises and one of them is the presence of Michelin Star restaurants. This city is home to some of the best restaurants in the world, and many of them have been awarded the prestigious Michelin Star. From traditional Argentine cuisine to modern fusion dishes, these restaurants offer a unique and unforgettable experience.
The most famous Michelin Star restaurant in Buenos Aires is La Cabrera, located in the Palermo neighborhood. This restaurant offers a unique combination of traditional Argentine flavors and modern techniques. The menu includes dishes such as grilled beef, empanadas, and a variety of salads. La Cabrera has been awarded one Michelin Star and is a must-visit for any food lover.
Another great Michelin Star restaurant in Buenos Aires is Tegui, located in the trendy Palermo Soho neighborhood. This restaurant offers a modern take on traditional Argentine cuisine, with dishes such as grilled octopus, beef tartare, and a variety of salads. Tegui has been awarded one Michelin Star and is a great option for those looking for a unique dining experience.
Finally, there is the restaurant Don Julio, located in the Palermo Hollywood neighborhood. This restaurant offers a unique combination of traditional Argentine flavors and modern techniques. The menu includes dishes such as grilled beef, empanadas, and a variety of salads. Don Julio has been awarded one Michelin Star and is a great option for those looking for a unique dining experience.
In conclusion, Buenos Aires is home to some of the best restaurants in the world, and many of them have been awarded the prestigious Michelin Star. From traditional Argentine cuisine to modern fusion dishes, these restaurants offer a unique and unforgettable experience. Whether you are looking for a traditional Argentine meal or a modern fusion dish, there is a Michelin Star restaurant in Buenos Aires that is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

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