Best Ramen Restaurants In Buenos Aires Near Me

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1. Fukuro Noodle Bar

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2837 reviews
Fukuro Noodle Bar
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Costa Rica 5514, C1414 BTD, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM Tue

Business type: Ramen restaurant



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Tom van Eijk: 3rd place in BsAs I go for Ramen, and this one finally (!) got me excited! I had the spices one - Karai - and it was delicious. Soup was good, Ramen cooked perfect and additions where tasty. Highly recommended 👌

JayAnthony: The ramen is average, the flavour is not to rich. The good thing is that the ramen isn’t too salty.

Sarah: Not super traditional ramen but I still enjoyed. Bao is good as well!

Ohad Sternberg: Maybe I’ve been to too many Ramen places in NYC so I got a bit higher standards - but this experience was a bad joke: arrived on a Friday night (930pm), wait time outside was 45 minutes. Then 35 minutes for the order to arrive. Food quality was below average - these weren’t noodles but spaghetti at best. Service was sporadic and inconsistent.

Luis E Blanco V: Great place to eat ramen. A little crowdy, but incredible dishes. Simple and excellent menu!!!

Mike Lewis: Pros - the interior design was really cool(there were so many pictures of Mao Zedong for some reason) and the staff that attended us were extra nice. Cons - I ordered the kimchi ramen and my friend the Red Curry ramen and both were so bland. The broth itself tasted like water, and I had to ask for salt to taste something. The gyozas were not fried at the bottom and portion was small. We also had to wait for almost an hour to get our order. As an Asian I can cook better noodles than them!

J Liu: Sadly, I was a bit tired of the Asado scene and went for my default comfort food, ramen! Love the eclectic decor and was distracted by all the figurine displays. Friendly staff that spoken English. Aside from ramen, they have Baos, 2/order, dumplings, and a nice choice on tap. As an Asian their extreme spicy was not spicy to be but for my partner was coughing after a sip. They provide a decent portion of noodles to soup. I say skip the dumplings it was bad, it wasn’t memorable either. Also, cash or debit card only.

Mariana Figueroa: Good place, nice decoration, the attention was remarkable. Only a few options of soup, ingredients are not so authentic but okey. I choose the green ramen (veggie) decent flavor but nothing else. We tasted the Steph30ramen is was flavorless, only the Chashu pork and the combination with peanut was good. Prices are a little higher for the place/food. Gyosas and baos very good.

Lorena Guadarrama: The place its very cool, it’s small but conftable, the service it’s GREAT, there’s a LONG waiting list but they let you get in and you can drink beer while you wait. About the food the Baos and Gyosa are amazing, but we were very disapointed with the ramen soup, they lack flavor they don’t really taste like ramen, the noodles were thick, it wasn’t horrible but it was not a good ramen bowl and it’s suppoused to be the star of the place, the beer it’s not the best but people seem to be very happy about the Sake. The prices are a bit high around AR$400 per persone. IMPORTANT the do take debit cards even tough the menu says only cash.

Kevin Walz: Good gyozas, nice ramen. The soup could have more "power", espacially the vegetarian one was very blend.

2. Seiki Ramen

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Seiki Ramen
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: AAR, Sarmiento 4518, C1197 Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM ⋅ Reopens 6PM

Telephone: +54 11 2823-8469

Business type: Ramen restaurant



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Oscar O: Best Japanese food in BA by far, the place is just a direct travel to Japan, 100% a must

Neringa Da: Possibly the worst ramen in the city. It was totally tasteless bowl of water with rubber hard pieces of pork (I wouldn’t call it chashu as that would be an insult to this succulent melt in your mouth Japanese delicacy). Even half a bottle of soy sauce that I poured into a bowl did not improve the situation. The curry was also a disgrace, tasteless watery mush with dry and chewy bits of meat. Do yourself a favor, buy a packet of Golden curry cubes, cook it at home (no special cooking skills required) and enjoy a delicious meal. This restaurant is not a place for that.

Martin Salazar: A place which appears to really go for a more authentic Japanese experience, but falls a bit short on execution. Closer than your average Argentinian place going for an external appeal but doesn't hit the mark.

Luciana Callejas: Beautiful place, excellent customer service, and very good Ramen.
Response: Thanks a lot ! We love our customers !

Karina Kirk: Delicious ramen!Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Pablo Schandin: Delicious food at good prices. It's a must! Muy recomendado.
Response: Thank you very much Pablo, the recommendations help us a lot!

Alex B: Really good small spot for ramen.

Yan Montes de Oca: cool place, nice food!
Response: (> ‿◠) ✌

Arthzed ]: God

Joe K: Place is closed af

3. Furaibo

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Furaibo
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Adolfo Alsina 429, C1087 AAE, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM

Telephone: +54 11 4334-3440

Business type: Ramen restaurant



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Millie Hodge: got the pork ramen in smallest size for takeout which was super good. you have to heat up at home and assemble yourself but they give easy instructions and takes 5 minutes - definitely better than letting it go cold! was a good price (1350 pesos) and definitely worth it. restaurant also looks so sweet and would of been nice to dine in too!

小河马 little Hippo: To be honest, it is not as authentic and as amazing as it should be. The food are just ok and not worth the price, maybe it is not a good idea to find a Japanese restaurant in South America. You get 10% off if you choose to pay cash.

Sebastián Casares: Disaster & Super Expensive!! Really a lack of respect to the Japanese food. Service was not at any way to the level of the prices of the restaurant. The music was nice and distinguished. Food Review: We had Shrimp Tempura, the tempura was not Japanese style, really a breaded Shrimp not worthy. Pork Ramen, the taste was greasy and really undefined, watery soup., left it unfinished. Yakemeshi( or Rice W/Chicken ) nothing out of the ordinary, a regular non distinctive rice. The Sushi was good, the quality of the Salmon was very good, the rolls were tasty and well seasoned, also with a good size. This was the only thing that I can take as a positive result. I will never come back, and I will recommend to go to other Japanese restaurants in Buenos Aires, don't spend your money and night in this place.

Ruben Peraza: Nice place to enjoy the decorations and the atmosphere. The food was excellent, the price from average to expensive, depending on if you are asking for food or drinks. If you are lucky you can be on the room where you are sit on the floor and eat on a Asian tAble.

Crystal: Pretty good. 4.5 out of 5 for south American effort :) pork dish was very tender. But 4 out of 5 for ramen.

sito Jun: The chef was so kind and he spoke super fluent Japanese. (Even though I was Korean I could understand some Japanese) I ate sushi combo and was amazing!

Urban Horizon: Quirky environment spoiled by exceptionally slow service (it was one hour before our first dish got to the table, from when we sat down and they were not particularly busy). Sushi was decent, but the restaurant in general had a feeling of needing a good clean. Both our soy sauce saucers were not properly clean. It’s the small stuff. Fair but not great price to value. I might go again but I’m finding it hard to recommend whole heartedly. Sushi roll choice was minimal.

Enrique Caceres: Great overall experience, the place used to be a Buddhist temple. The variety of Japanese vision dishes and great service let you enjoy the time there.Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5Recommended dishes Breaded Shrimp, Roll, Tempura …More

Pablo Centurión (Pablushka): The best japanese restaurant in the center of Buenos Aires. Obaachan meals remembrances all the time. Excellent setting. Serious and kind waiters. It is not for impatient people. You will love it.

Christopher Paiz: Spectacular dinner for our family! My daughter has been to Japan many times, and she says this is the best Japanese food she has had outside of Japan. Highly recommended!

4. Mirutaki Ramen & Sushi

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Mirutaki Ramen & Sushi
Location
5
Price/Quality
5
Service
5
Parking
5
Wifi quality
5

Address: Ángel Justiniano Carranza 2339, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM Tue

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Alexander Hernández: First time time in this place but I can tell you that food is great. They're very kind and provide a good and fast service. In case you want to go in Peak hours, you have to get there early since it isn't a big place and they have a waiting list. Most of the table are for two people but they can add an extra chair to make it for three people. All dishes are good and even the beers. Recommend this place to go if you want to try Japanese food.

Arci Reyes: Love the Sashimi. Takoyaki and Gyozas are good. Tonkatsu ramen is ok, not so flavorful though which was a disappointment. Overall it's good, but not wow. Paid 10k pesos (excluding tip) for my meals, around 40USD for one person. I agree with the reviews that the servings are small, so order more. They're on the EXPENSIVE side so don't go here if you're on a budget. Went at 7pm so I didn't need to fall in line.

Dina Fruchtman: Delicious! Sashimi very super fresh and great selection! Great portion of ramen, they have all types -pork, chicken, fish and vegetarian. Will definitely be back, service was fast,friendly and attentive.

Dario Kalmus: Great authentic Japanese experience in Buenos Aires! The wait was very long (they told us 1h and we waited 1.5hs). Food overall was very good but not excellent, and portions could be bigger. Takoyaki: we expected 8 balls (usual ration in Japan) but there are only 6. Very good, especially since I don’t know any other place in Buenos Aires that makes them! Ramen: very good! Not the best I had. Meat is generous although not as tender. Chirashudon (sushi rice and variety of fish): excellent fish quality! Size could be larger…

Charlene Chiu: The overall dining experience was horrible. Ramen broth was bland and chashu meat too tough to chew. Service was one of the worst I've experienced. Wait staff was extremely rude. One cut me off when I asked a question about the fish. Another took away my drink and plate when I was not finished. Very unpleasant dining experience. The waiting time was 2 hours. I do not recommend Mirutaki.

Dranzel: It was good! There was a long wait queue, but that normally happens when people is waiting for something good. Takoyaki was very good, the ramen was great, soup was very flavory. The service was great, waiters are very busy but effective and nice offering a great service. Very pleased thank you for the great evening!

Pericles J. Economides: I have been to this restaurant now 6 times and the last two times I have noticed a huge deteoriation in price and quality . Last night was the last straw for me as the serving sizes of the main courses were minuscule and complete rip off . I went with a friend and payed 18000 pesos for 2 or 70 us dollars . We had sashimi . Sushi surtido. Salmón teryaki. A chicken dish . And a ramen bowl . The main courses were paltry and had at best 150 grams of meat . The prices reflected were outrageous for these sizes the salmón dísh was 15 us dollars for a tapas sized dísh . We both left with Hunger. Never will I return there as they are too greedy .

Daniela Guarnaccio (Love2Bake): Excelent place! We were lucky enough that we didn't have to Wait (we went on a really cold friday night) but even if we had to, the food was totally worth it. We ordered some gyozas as an entree and then the ramen (A-mazing!!) And then of course the cheesecake, which was better than I expected. The food was soo good that we remembered to take pictures when we were almost done (yes, che cheesecake is bigger than in the picture, and with a raspberry sauce that was gone by the time i remembered to snap that pic). Definitely coming back!

דור סגל: This place is absolutely incredible best Japanese food i ever ate, delicious and elegant, the stuff is very welcoming and very special atmosphere.It’s a must!

Nicolas Sandller: Probably the best nigiri you can get in town. Sometimes they have “ikura” which are basically trout fish eggs. But they’re off menu so you need to ask for those. Don’t bother getting ramen there. It’s good but sushi is definitely the best thing to get there.

5. Chinofino

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887 reviews
Chinofino
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.5
Parking
4.4
Wifi quality
4.4

Address: Gorriti 4802, C1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed

Business type: Asian fusion restaurant



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Petr Vasicek: Ramen flavour was good, pretty authentic. Returned to try the Bao which also was tasty. It is a bit more expensive than it should be I think, for the portions you get. Recommendable place if you're craving some Ramen :)

Cris Lin: Good food and easy to go by bicycle. The bad thing is if you order for delivery, it will usually take an eternity and I have to follow up on them at least twice for them to bring me the food. Hopefully they improve their delivery process soon.
Response: Hi Cris, thanks for your feedback. We are in the midst of improving our delivery service and, like many stores, have been facing post-pandemic staff shortages. We ask for a bit of patience. Cheers!

Janette K: Noodle soup brings me home, and Chinofino hits the spot better than any other in BsAs. Authentic fresh noodles, super rich but not heavy broths, simple menu is culturally in line to show they’re focussed on great ramen and bomb baos- no distractions.
Response: Hi Janette, Thanks so much for your kind words! Hope to see you soon again. Cheers 🍜

Sean: Really great quality ramen. Ate here twice in four days. Highly recommend the Tokyo Fire ramen if you like it spicy!
Response: Thanks, Sean!

Verónica Serrano: Great place to have Ramen, they do have different varieties worth trying. If you like hot and spicy ones I definitely recommend you the Tokyo Fire Ramen. And if you want to Try something different that blows your mind.. try the Black Miso ramen. The broth is made of chicken, the ajitama it is perfectly macerated (for 2 days) and tastes awesome, the chashu is good but I prefer it more roasted, either way its taste is delicate and tasty... the noodles are perfect, they not only have the ideal texture but also get the flavors in ìt which blows your mind. Besides Ramen, you must try the Baos... these have the cloud texture and they offer different fillings for all preferences. I tried the Hot chicken one (cant remember the full name) but it was amazing and you should try it. They do have delivery and take away during the week but on weekends you can have your meal at the restaurant, i definitely recommend the last one as you get to have the full experience from eating there and seeing the action happening in the kitchen, and if you are lucky enough .. you get to see how they cut and make the noodles. I consider myself a Ramen Hunter in Argentina and this one is definitely in my personal top 3. Keep it good

Brian Berenty: I don’t like to give five stars because it implies everything was perfect and nothing could have been improved. Chino fino deserves five stars. Maybe a little pricey (two medium size bowls of ramen, a bao, and two beers came in at 2500 pesos). Honestly, the food couldn’t have been more delicious. It’s one of those places that most things are totally unfamiliar to us, so we find the best thing to do is ask the server what they recommend. We had the Tokyo Fire ramen which is super tasty and the right amount of spice I’ve been craving. The Black Miso had this awesome smoked garlic flavor. You can watch the noodles being made by hand. The vegetarian bao was one of the best things I’ve had in my mouth for quite some time. Amazing. It’s gonna be cold and cloudy tomorrow so that’s a perfect excuse to go back and hope the server doesn’t think I’m stalking her.
Response: Hi Brian, thanks so much for your kind comment. We are thrilled that you enjoyed our food so much. And yes, we love our vegan bao, too! Crispy cauliflower in a soft bun...what's not too like ;) We look forward to your visit soon again! Have a great day 🍜

Evgeniy Rebrov: Really perfect ramen. But their hours of working is pretty typical for Argentina. I came twice on Sunday before 16:30 and they we closed. If the owner reads this review, I would recommend at least to think about extending hours of working from 3 hours to 6-7. Thanks
Response: Hi Evgeniy, Thank you for your comment. We do open on Sundays until 16:30, perhaps you came by the days when we were doing some maintenance. Hope to see you soon again! cheers!

Antoine Ashton: Chinofino is an amazing restaurant that serves delicious Ramen. I had the chance to taste a few of their dishes and they were all bursting with delicious flavours. I encourage you to visit this wonderful establishment. You won't be disapointed. Also, the staff was very friendly and helpful.Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Brian Hines: Best ramen in Buenos Aires. I tried the Tokyo Fire which had amazing flavor and with a little bit of spice. The chicken bao was also perfect. I highly recommend this place. The best way to enjoy is dining in the restaurant but the take out is still definitely worth trying.

Mark Bryant: Hard to find good food in Argentina sometimes but this place is a hit. I got the normal ramen and two of the buns. The bun sandwiches are too big in my opinion. The pork belly was caramelized properly and the fat was rendered well. Very delicious. The beef bao was just ok. Ramen was delicious. Some of the better tasting noodles I've ever had.
Response: Hi Mark, Thanks so much for your comment. Enjoy your stay in BA! cheers

6. Koeru Sushi & Nikkei

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157 reviews
Koeru Sushi & Nikkei
Location
4.9
Price/Quality
4.8
Service
4.8
Parking
4.8
Wifi quality
4.8

Address: Güemes 3992, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM

Telephone: +54 11 2553-8739

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Alysha Gail: Super cute restaurant with reasonable prices and fantastic sushi!! 🍣Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Валентина Рыбкина: Very delicious rolls and soooo delicious desert

Chad Horwitz: Amazing sushi! Loved it.i would come back again!Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5Recommended dishes Sushi …More

Александр Вагин: Very delicious rolls and great beer Okinawa!

Casey: Perfect place! Great food and great service.Food: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Anastasiya Chuprina: Very atmospheric institution❤️ unusual design attracts attention. Courteous staff, very accommodating and attentive. The food is very tasty, beautiful presentation, drank a mojito and was just delighted. I advise everyone 🔥

César Manzanilla: I must say that we were rarely treated with the quality of Koeru. It is an experience that starts from the reservation until the last moment. A decoration with fluorescent tones typical of black light, which brings joy and magic, a waiter who is more than an excellent host and who will impress you with his kindness, education and professionalism when explaining each dish that you are going to enjoy (ask for Ivan). We ordered a 6-step dish and a combination of options to taste beautifully presented on a huge wooden boat, and lastly, the food was exquisite, an explosion of flavors on your palate, generous and at a good price. Every dish well done. 100% recommended.

Maria Eugenia Perera: Another level, the best we ate in Buenos Aires by far. The spectacular service, the incredible price, and the food from another planet!!! We ordered the Koeru tour and ate two until we exploded, there were even pieces left over and we couldn't eat dessert. I would return a thousand times more. Thank you!

laura ximena: The place is beautiful, and very warm! I tried all four steps, and very delicious. The best was the dessert and the coffee. Iván's attention is excellent, he explained each piece to us, and gave us very good suggestions. It is very difficult to find a place with such good quality, and such good attention!

Melany: I went with my boyfriend to dinner sushi free (he ate with heavy and I vegetarian, since they have a whole variety for that option) and the truth is that we were super satisfied, the food is delicious and each combination of rolls that they bring you is different to the previous one. The quality of the food is noticeable and I highlight how peculiar the flavors were, not like other places that tend to be more generic in what they give you. The waiter, Damian, is friendly, super attentive and is willing to answer your questions about the food or help you with whatever you need. The price, 5k per person not including drinks, seemed fine to us as it is genuinely worth it for everything I have already mentioned. In summary, I highly recommend it, it is a ten in all aspects! We had a very good experience ✨

7. Síntesis Tapas Asiáticas

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668 reviews
Síntesis Tapas Asiáticas
Location
4.6
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: José León Pagano 2689, C1425 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed

Telephone: +54 11 4802-8707

Business type: Ramen restaurant



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Shahaf Shaler: We've been in this restaurant 7 years ago and when returning to BA for another trip we had to go back. It's still excellent as it was. Wonderful lunch deal with great taste and good value. Very attentive and helpful service. Great restaurant!

Vivica Lewis: Best Asian food in BA! The lunch special is a steal for how good the food is. I went twice during my trip because I enjoyed it so much. The chicken teriyaki was delicious, juicy, and had great flavor. Dessert was pretty good too!

Thai Truong: The food was fresh and delicious, everything was seasoned perfectly. All our dishes were made fresh. I recommend doing the tasting menu. The owner was so gracious and offered us sparkling wine after realizing we were on our honeymoon. Highly recommend this place for great food and great service.

ANGEL ZAVALZA: I visited this place after looking at reviews here . Me and a friend arrived without a reservation and they were nice enough to accommodate us in a table. Deink cocktails are splendidly delicious! I was really surprised by the smooth texture and taste of sushi rolls. I also ordered the tiradito de pulpo and the salmon with jalapeno jamb. all i can say is amazing! Service was very courteous, friendly and very attentive. If you ever visit Buenos Aires this is a must visit place to eat.

Julian Cohen: I loved Síntesis. Their Green Tea Ice cream is amazing. I had a fantastic lenguado (sole) it had been a while since I treated I've as well prepared. We also shared a few sushi rolls (spicy salmon) which were delicious. Congratulations, well done!

Thrilling Tastes: Delicious food! The ramen broth was legit, but the noodles were just slightly overcooked. The chicken skewers were super juicy. Sashimi was good too. Would definitely recommend. The owner is super friendly and comes out to greet you after your meal to ask if everything was okay.

Robert Pilarski: Having tried three different sushi restaurants in Buenos Aires, Sintesis Tapas Asiáticas was the best. Great flavour. Great presentation. Impeccable service. I have no negative comment to give. Highly recommended for sushi lovers in Buenos Aires where well flavoured food is pretty rare to find.

Martin Bachmann: Perfect Ramen menu, in a unique blend. Totally recommended.

Rob W: Very good restaurant. Food well prepared with lots of taste! Oscar is a pleasure to meet and a very good cook! Definitely recommend.

Chris Clark: Loved the sushi, appetizers and outdoor seating. Amazing lunch!

8. Nueva Casa Japonesa

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6249 reviews
Nueva Casa Japonesa
Location
4.5
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi quality
4.5

Address: Humberto 1º 2357, C1229 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 10AM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4941-6491

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Marialejandra Linares: I’m so happy to have been found this place. The Ramen was exquisite, good quality and price. People is kind and friendly.PS: As soon you’re in the place, ask for being added to the waiting list.

Arci Reyes: After trying almost ten japanese restaurants in Buenos Aires, I could say that this is the best in terms of quality and price. I ordered a ramen set, takoyaki, karage and tempura and paid 5k pesos, left very full. It's not the best I've tried, but it's above average. Would certainly go back to this restaurant soon. The supermarket is a disappointment though. No variety of snacks, candies, etc.

Guillermo Croppi: Be sure to make a reservation. You will thank me.Edit 2022: Still best hidden place for you to enjoy. Go! Why are you reading me! Go! You'll thank me later!

Hitomate packbag: Wow athentic Japanese market and Restaurant above. Good selection of snacks, cooking sauces, spices etc, they even sell Natto :) Prices are high like 4 times more than the original price but it mus be hard to import all those goods to Argentina with taxes.. the Ramen was great. about 10USD for big bowl of ramen and an riceball. We r happy to find this place for homesick craving and quick treat for ourselves. Staffs are all nice and store is clean and organized.

Thrilling Tastes: Very disappointing ramen... it’s for sure some kind of packaged powder mix and I could taste the MSG in it. The sushi was not good, the tofu was alright, and the fried rice was bland. I had high expectations of this restaurant because of the reviews but it was a huge let down. The restaurant is also not inside a building so you’re sitting in a covered area, but it’s outside so it was freezing in the middle of winter.

Jen V: Excellent service and really good food. You you like real Japanese food, you should definitely come here.There is also a small Japanese market, with lot of things.

Emad Eus: Nice food good service and located just below a nice japanese supermarket. Many choices of ramen as well as rice dishes, staff were helpful and friendly and service was super fast! I occasionalky visit this place several times and enjoyed every time on it. Needs t9 mention that they open an additiinal service on the ground floor to cater larger audience.

Arturo Urdaneta Forte: Amazing Ramen. I was tempted to put on it 4stars due to the organization and crowdedness before getting in (I was waiting more than an hour for a table)... then ramen saved the day! If you love spicy and you’re in Buenos Aires, you may noted how hard is to find something with a nice punchy flavor. Try Karai Ramen ;)

Hector Enrique Estigarribia: Sushi Is good, not great. We went to the sushi bar. Great service and presentation. Price Is about $300 (pesos) per person.

Yuan C.: The restaurant was very friendly and the dishes was very tasty. There is a small market and it’s also have a parking.

9. TORi TORi — Japanese Brochette

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TORi TORi — Japanese Brochette
Location
4.7
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.6
Parking
4.6
Wifi quality
4.6

Address: Ecuador 1175, C1425 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4961-7978

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Jasmine Ho: Very authentic Japanese food. The service was really nice. The waitress was very patient with my poor Spanish and helped us order smartly because we happened to be short on cash. Didn’t have to wait long for food. The classic chicken stick is the best! Sesame ice cream is also a must-try.

Bianca Ritorto: Fourth time having dinner here. Amazing, just amazing. Tried almost all the brochettes already. My fav are: huevos de codorniz, hongos con panceta, and pesca del día. The mozzarella onigiri is also a must try. The staff always gives their 100% and it’s super nice to be seated at the bar where you can see the chef grilling your food. Must go if you’re into japanese style bbq. Try the Kira beer with ginger as well!

Joshua: I had SUCH a great time here. I arrived closed to open and quickly learned it's reservation only. Luckily they had a table for one as long as I only stayed an hour. I ordered the 7 Course Yakitori Omikase and was delighted every step of the way. It's a real Yakitori, like you would find in Japan, and the flavor and quality show it.

Dario Kalmus: Feels like being in Japan! Very complete menu that feels traditional, but innovates here and there. Service is very good, atmosphere as well. All adds up to an amazing experience! Added to my list of places to return again and again!

Brianna Vetrano: Incredible yakitori. One of our favorite restaurants in Buenos Aires. Everything is delicious, especially the omakase, and the staff is so friendly. The space is small and intimate so reservations are are usually recommended.

Elvin Munoz: Only a few days in BA and we stumbled upon this place (near our AirBnB) and oh my was it a worthy surprise! Best food I’ve had in a long time. Great attention, staff and you just can’t beat the quality of food for the price!

salarocque: Very good Japanese food! Onigris are good and dessert was worth it! Good service.

Chris Davies-Anipole: I found the food good and reasonably priced. The staff were fantastic and that was particularly good for me.Price was also good considering an alternative cuisine. Well done

Eugenia Laura Pascual: The food is delicious and portions are good. The restaurant is tiny, so you will need to book a place ahead of time.

Ab Dub: Good service is hard to find so when you receive excellent service it stands out! The menu was explained by the staff in English and we were recommended dishes. The food is 10/10! Would recommend booking in advance as it’s a small place and by 9pm on a Tuesday it was full.

10. Nobiru Izakaya

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Nobiru Izakaya
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Mendoza 1599, C1428DJM CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 12PM Tue

Telephone: +54 11 4788-4999

Business type: Japanese restaurant


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Antonella Gaeta: Excellent place. Delicious sushi. Amazing attention. The little garden is so cute. Highly recommended. One of the bests sushi’s I ever tried.

Pau Giraldo: Amazing food and great service. Price $$$, but totally worth it. The Ramen Tonkotsu is one of the best ive tried in Buenos Aires. The ambience is great also.

ZHENTICPOWAH: A restaurant located in the middle of chinatown. Japanesse themed both on looks and the menu. The place felt cozy but chaotic, some of the waiters did not know what they were doing, they took 20 minutes to ask us what did we choose to eat, and after that they took 40 minutes to serve us just 4 8 piece tables of sushi, something that does not usually take 40 minutes. At the end an employee and what I guess was the manager were discussing about work in front of our table leaving us three, my mother, my brother and me kinda uncomfortable. Good place but not the best. Alas I forgit to mention the price. The sashimi costed the most althought being the least decorated plate. Go if completly necessary.
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Trang Lieu: The restaurant is super quaint, nice seating, cute traditional Japanese/Asian style. The kimchi ramen was good and satisfying my craving. The tonkotsu ramen could use a bit more seasoning, especially the broth. Decent ramen. I ordered extra meat as the chashu they had is very thinly cut.Food: 4/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Vlad Gutiev: The ramen was good! I would recommend sticking with the original Japanese flavors and dishes though. As someone with very high standards and extremely spoiled by the nearly authentic Asian cuisine in California I approve of the food here.

Cesar Welchez: Work of art, best sushi I've had, great ramen, and really good entree's.Food: 5/5 | Service: 4/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Дмитрий Евстюхин: Very decent ramen. Not the best in the world, but certainly one of the best in Buenos Aires. The waiting is a little inconvenient though. And they could've better utilized the space if separated tables for 4 into tables for 2, since there are a lot of couples occupying too much space. Vegetarian options: They do have separate vegetarian positions in the menu.

Lillyen OlivosLillyen: We like the restaurante and we visited several times. We had the vegetarian taipeo, el seafood Miso soup, the fried chicken and the Philadelphia sushi. Everything very fresh and delicious. I recommend this restaurant.

Stacey Gibby: Nice fresh flavors. Always a nice place to eat lunch after shopping in China town. Slower than average service.

Miri Choi: Here is the first japanese reataurant I ve been here! We re ramen mania, we looking for real japanese ramen restaurant. We tried all over the world. Lol In Japan, Korea, Chile, South America even Europe! First, We made a order Kyoto sushi combo. It contains cream cheese, It is not so creamy, good for us. We wait and wait our main course Ramen, It is perfect. In Korean, there is 깊은 맛, meaning deep taste. I thought they boil soup during long time. If you wanna try real Japanese ramen, come here and try soyou ramen and donkochu ramen. It will be delight for your tongue. 😆😆 Highly recommended! 🔥

11. KOI Dumplings

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KOI Dumplings
Location
4.1
Price/Quality
4
Service
4
Parking
4
Wifi quality
4

Address: Ángel Justiniano Carranza 1591, C1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 1AM

Business type: Ramen restaurant



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Nitin Malla: The pork bao was awesome. The chicken dumplings and shrimp bun lacked flavor and were dry. Staff here are outstanding. Nice vibe and pet friendly.

Annie Kingston: YAS! To the kind server who entertained my request for all four sauces. I got the mixed collection of dumplings and it was exactly what I was craving..will definitely be back sooner than later. But for the record, fav sauces are: teriyaki and chutney - which is described as jalapeno start, sweet finish. Hells to the YES.

Rebeka Hengalová: Amazing ramen, both with meat and vegetarian option. We had the menu of ramen with starter and drink, the classic vegetarian ramen came with tofu fried in dough with almonds and an egg (can be made vegan), vegetable dumplings and the classic ramen with meat, everything was incredible. The portions are larger but doable in one person. Their iced tea with orange is fantastic too. The service was very attentive and quick. Would definitely come back.

Diego Muntoni: I love this place, the smoked pork bums are to die for! Really good beer. And nice service.

Brian Berenty: Was okay. Desperate for flavor and something different, Koi has been on our list for a while. Sadly, we devoured our food before taking most pictures. The Korean BBQ ribs were good, but a little dry. (I make better). The dumpling sampler of 8 pieces were good, but Carmen also makes better. The braised lamb dumplings with lemongrass and mint were really good.

Laris: Rain🌧 & Ramen🍜 Is there a better duo? - Once again visiting Koi On a beautiful rainy day. (I already did a review on their baos for their other store in Palermo Soho, scroll down in my profile😉). - This time we tried: BUN: 🥙BONDIOLA GRILLED WITH BEER AND HONEY + Cucumber pickle + carrot sauce. RAMEN: 🍜SHOYU GARLIC Pork and chicken broth + confit garlic and soy base + shiitake mushroom + negui + fried ginger + mollet egg and black garlic oil + bondiola chashu. DUMPLINGS: 🥟LAMB Braised lamb 9hrs + lemongrass + mint. 🥟PORK Bondiola + akusay + garlic + ginger + toasted sesame oil.

Edel: Amazing experience for asian food and cozy manga atmosphere with good drinks as wellFood: 5/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

Andréa Borges: Amazing!!! Good service, great food!

Angel Dominguez: Good lunch specials, cute decor, but if you're a fan of authentic ramen this isn't where to get your fix. It wasn't terrible, but they used bacon instead of chashu, the tonkotsu broth was thin and overly salty and it didn't have the right toppings.

Anna Wilinski: I liked the food even though the noodles seemed to be normal thick white chewy spagetti noodles, not fresh made soft ramen noodles. Not sure if that was a noodle they normally use. Also there was only 2 pieces of veggies in the whole soup. The dumplings and poached eggs were great! I loved the waiter from Venezuela!

12. Izakaya Niji

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Izakaya Niji
Location
4.3
Price/Quality
4.4
Service
4.3
Parking
4.3
Wifi quality
4.3

Address: Iberá 2424, C1429 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 6PM

Telephone: +54 11 4544-1850

Business type: Japanese restaurant


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GANGIL SONG: very authentic Japanese food. I love it.

Fede Miya: Great food. A bit slow to bring the food. They change staff a lot and sometimes they do not know the dishes. They are friendly and polite. I would recommend the restaurant

Marcelo Oshiro: Great place for Japanese food. It's a small, hidden place in Nuñez. Gyozas where one of the best I've ever tasted.

Pedro Varangot: Great service and very good homemade traditional Japanese food. Few places serve okonomiyaki in Argentina and this is definitely the best one. Food is prepared in the inazaka style (home made) and they do what they can with the local variety of ingredients, which they source very very well. Sushi is really traditional and fresh, and there's a decent selection of sake. Place is a little boring but it could be considered romantic or chic.

Junko Craigie: This is my fourth visit to Niji. Whenever I come to Buenos Aires for my work, I always come here. It’s a little far from my hotel, it cost about 300-400 peso one way from my hotel in the city but it is absolutely worth it. This is the only place you can have real authentic Japanese food in Buenos Aires. I am so glad that I found this place. I found this place from “Pick up fork” article. I tried Osaka, Commedor Nikkai, Jardin Japone, irifune you can name it. When I first arrived in Buenos Aires, I am not sure where to go so I just asked Hotel concierge and he sent me to Osaka Palermo restaurant. I didn’t drink alcohol and I didn’t eat much but the bill was US$100 (3980 peso) The food was average, in fact I thought New Zealand fresh sushi take away shop ( St Pierre’s) was much better quality than Osaka food. I was so desperate to have nice Japanese food in Buenos Aires so I took a taxi to Niji. Oh my goodness!!! The food was to die for!!! I ate so much but the price was much less than 1/3 of Osaka, in fact, I got too full that I had to take left over with me. When I first visited Niji just after Christmas last year. I ordered sashimi, the lady at Niji politely apologised me by saying “ so sorry but the fish market is closed over the Christmas so no sashimi nor sushi today. I know some restaurant defrost frozen fish to serve sashimi but we never do that so no freshly caught fish means, no sashimi nor sushi.” The food was beautiful enough without sashimi anyway. I was so impressed with their honesty and professionalism. If you are after raw fish, sashimi or sushi, you might want to ask them when you make a reservation. I was very lucky today to get to have Hirame ( flounder/ sole/flatfish/ turbot) real Japanese delicacy, sashimi. It was divine! The way they prepare those delicate food is absolutely top Michelin starred standard. I love the quality of the rice as well. Even a simple salmon rice ball tastes heavenly. I love the Japanese decor and setting. No wonder the place is always full of Japanese customers. No English menu, only Japanese and Spanish. English menu would be very useful. That is only my suggestion.

Satish Kumar: Tokyo quality Sushi. Make reservations and order ahead for the sushi. Cash only.

Alex Miller: Nice simple food. Big portions. Reasonable prices and an amazing service. I will come back!! 💗

Daniel Green: Great authentic japanese food! You have to make a reservation, but you can usually do it the same day.

Carlos Pérsico: Excellent Japanese cuisine in BsAs, too bad it's cash only.

Gabriel Zanzotti: Great food, according price.

13. Osaka

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Osaka
Location
4.4
Price/Quality
4.5
Service
4.4
Parking
4.4
Wifi quality
4.4

Address: Los Molinos Building, Juana Manso 1164, C1107 CBX, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 4PM ⋅ Reopens 7:30PM

Telephone: +54 11 5352-0404

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Karreno Alexanyan: This restaurant blew my mind. The food was very fresh and incredibly delicious. We ordered the entire section of Osk Style Nigiris and it was a great decision. We also got the ceviche sampler. I also recommend the Oriental Lemonade which comes with ginger, mint and lemon blend. Overall we had an amazing experience. The staff speaks English and there is also an English menu available online.
Response: Hi we love that you enjoyed the Osaka experience !! We really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to your next visit! #OskTeam

Alex Zhang: This might be the most expensive Japanese I had ever had, even compare to Japan and New York. I had two appetizers that cost around $80, my jaw dropped when I see the price tag. The food is ok, fish is fresh and the nigiri taste good but not wow if you had other Omakase before. The seafood on the scallop shell is more for show with flame in the middle. The place is very nicely decorated and service is good and fast my server also bar tender is very nice and helpful. But I would not come here for sushi. It’s just way over priced.
Response: Hi we love that you enjoyed the Osaka experience !! We really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to your next visit! #OskTeam

Damian Ferrai: Classy and very expensive place. Food is top notch, try the pomelo shrimps. Sushi is not five stars though but very good indeed.
Response: Hi we love that you enjoyed the Osaka experience !! We really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to your next visit! #OskTeam

Martin Schürmann: Overpriced and overrated. Nice place, food ok but not a 5 star restaurant. Not up to the hype, disappointed
Response: Hello Martin,we will take note of your comments to be able to work on the improvement together with our team of professionals so that your next

Miguel Lopez: Good food!! Great service and the variety of drinks just take it to the top!!!
Response: Hi we love that you enjoyed the Osaka experience !! We really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to your next visit! #OskTeam

Jozef Kalachi: Today something happened to me that has never happened to me in 45 years of traveling around the world, we arrived at the Osaka restaurant in Buenos Aires, the time was 12.35 pm, and we made an order for 3 dishes, in my section, which was the big section, there was only one table with 4 people, and after 15 minutes, 3 arrived People who were sitting on our left 10 minutes later a couple arrived in front of us, and after 10 minutes 3 young Italian guys arrived, what is interesting here is that everyone got their food and we are still waiting for our food. Everyone who came after us had finished the meal and we hadn't even been served yet, she apologized and left, at 1:43 I got up and called another waiter to bring me the bill and then the waitress realized how bad the service was, I paid the bill and before I left I asked to speak to the person in charge of the shift, Osaka is one of the most expensive restaurants In Buenos Aires, no one spoke English, most of the people who dine in Osaka are tourists, not many Argentines will pay for a dish between 25 and 50 dollars per dish. The shift manager who claimed to Manager came and apologized and offered me to eat what I ordered for free, I come to a luxury restaurant Not to be a beggar thought he really didn't understand public relations And how to deal with customers., I have Restaurants myself and I couldn't believe it was possible to disrespect customers in such a disgraceful way.

E R: Osaka is a WOW experience from begining to end. All dishes are worth to try (and pay) , everything its just delicious. The attention to detail is remarkable, from little towels to wahs your hands in the table - to all decoration in food and mixture of tastes. Osaka is a perferct place for a couple or family reunion and celebrations. Prices are higher than the average so go prepared , but deffinetely not an excuse to miss this amazing restaurant.
Response: ¡Hi E R, we love that you enjoyed the Osaka experience ! We really appreciate your feedback. We look forward to your next visit ! #OskTeam

Santiago Baravalle: Food was decent but very underwhelming for the price. Service was awful, our server had a very aggressive demeanor, explained nothing about the dishes, took a very long time to take out order and at the end didn’t let us leave until he counted the money, after which he said we needed to leave 20% tip. Will not come back after such a bad experience. Pretty sure his name was David.
Response: Hello , We are really sorry about what happened. We will take note of your comments to be able to work on the improvement together with our team of professionals so that your next visit can be 100% pleasant. #OskTeam

Debi Cabrera: If you are coming from cities like NYC, SF, LA or japanese cities where you can get very good sushi, this is not worth the price. Great ambience and service, but the food leaves something to be desired. Would not return or recommend.
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Leandri Kersch: Honestly, gob smacked, I don’t know if it was un purpose because as soon as the maitre d’ realised I was British the whole demander changed to rude and dismissive. Firstly, let’s talk about prices.. absolutely laughable, you’re essentially paying EXTORTION for a mouthful of below average sushi. Putting truffle on everything on of section of the menu doesn’t make it lucrative.. it’s sushi, it doesn’t need truffle, so truly thank god we couldn’t taste or see it, because other that increasing the amount you can charge on the menu, it’s completely and utterly wrong. The crispy rice, was cooked in about 3 day off cooking oil, and lacked any seasoning or flavour. I really can’t get over the prices for eating in basically a nightclub it was so dimly lit. So between the ceviche and the 1 nigiri we had to wait 1 HOUR AND 15 MINS, I don’t know if it was because we were foreign or what but let’s not pretend that’s acceptable. We’re sat in a similar restaurant in the city as I write this review (in the Hyatt, bringing with an L, no disclosure) the menu is 100X better, as well as the service and presentation. Do yourself a favour and don’t bother.
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14. Harakiri de Una 腹切り・でうな - Japanese Cuisine

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Harakiri de Una 腹切り・でうな - Japanese Cuisine
Location
4.6
Price/Quality
4.6
Service
4.7
Parking
4.6
Wifi quality
4.6

Address: Honduras 4756, C1414 CABA, Argentina

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7PM Tue

Business type: Japanese restaurant



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Bianca Ritorto: Amazing place. They make you take your shoes off following Japanese culture. We went to try the Japanese Food Week dishes and are definitely going to come back to try everything else on the menu

Jean-Michel Boujon: I had the Ramen. The broth was pretty basic with limited flavors.Food: 3/5 | Service: 5/5 | Atmosphere: 5/5 …More

sam mahdi: Service was exquisite, and the food delicious. However I ordered the chicken soup, but it only had 2 small pieces of chicken in it. A lot of noodles and seaweed, but almost no chicken. Very disappointing.
Response: We are pleased to know that you enjoyed our service. Our Ramen has chicken as a topping as well as the vegetables that traditionally accompany Japanese Ramen. We regret not having been able to communicate the characteristics of our dish well. Your review is important to us. Cheers

shimaru close: This place is excellent. High detailed atmosphere, specially the tatami.The menu has much more options than just sushi. That's a plus.

Carlos Quinodoz-Pinat: One of the best places to have sushi in BA (and Latam).Overall presentation is excellent and attention to details is precious, as it is the warm welcome and attention.

Jennifer Hyeim Suh: Very good food , really great service and good atmosphere. Not the best sushi, bur quite good.Also enjoyed the ramen.

Alex Gain: Absolutely delicious sushi! The fish is extremely fresh and literally melts in your mouth. Highly recommend!👌
Response: Alex, thank you very much for your comments, and especially thank you for choosing us. I hope you can keep trying our delicacies.In my opinion, I recommend you try the Obento Rafute, and if you like vegetables the Nasu No Teppanyaki (eggplant). Rafute (Okinawan Braised Pork Belly) ラフテー is a pork belly dish slowly-simmered in sweet and savory sauce. Many thanks,

Andres Schiavi: Veggie ramen is everything here! loved the vibe and decor!

Martin Plot: Best sushi in Buenos Aires! Order there, go there, there’s no better place in town.

saki hayama: This restaurant I felt japanese omotenashi so much♥️really great 👏
Response: Saki-san, thank you very much for your comments. We appreciate your feelings, and we are very happy that you feel that when you eat our food you are in Japan. I recommend you try the Obento Rafute, it is a typical Okinawan dish. イッペーニフェーデビタン。

If you are looking for a delicious ramen experience in Buenos Aires, you have come to the right place. With its vibrant culture and diverse cuisine, Buenos Aires is home to some of the best ramen restaurants in the world. From traditional Japanese ramen to fusion ramen, there is something for everyone.

For traditional Japanese ramen, head to Ramen Factory in Palermo. This restaurant offers a variety of ramen dishes, including shoyu, miso, and tonkotsu. The ramen is made with fresh ingredients and the broth is cooked for hours to create a rich and flavorful soup.

If you are looking for something a bit more adventurous, try Ramen Ya in San Telmo. This restaurant specializes in fusion ramen, combining traditional Japanese flavors with local ingredients. The menu features dishes like ramen with chorizo, ramen with beef, and ramen with avocado.

Finally, for a truly unique ramen experience, visit Ramen House in Recoleta. This restaurant serves up a variety of ramen dishes, including vegan and vegetarian options. The menu also features a variety of sides, such as gyoza, edamame, and tempura.

No matter what type of ramen you are looking for, Buenos Aires has something for everyone. With its diverse cuisine and vibrant culture, it is no wonder that the city is home to some of the best ramen restaurants in the world. Thanks to the research work of Adrián Zapata and many other local guides from Buenos Aires, we can offer this information to you.