Restaurant Guide

Looking for the best restaurants to eat out in Buenos Aires? This is the great, the good, the decent, and the ugly of Buenos Aires restaurants.

The Great

  • a ‘Manger (Charcas 4001, Palermo Soho):re Picadas, sandwiches, lunch, deli takeaway
  • *Adentro Dinner Club (Closed door, Palermo): Closed door parrilla / asado, awesome for travelers unfamiliar with local food, communal table
  • Aipim (Pop up restaurrant): Latin American influenced loveliness
  • Al Zain (Arce 488, Las Cañitas): Middle Eastern hole in the wall, Kosher
  • Albamonte (Corrientes 6735, Chacarita): Argentine food
  • Algaia (Zapiola 1375, Colegiales): Vegetarian
  • *Asia Oriental (Mendoza 1661, Barrio Chino): Counter inside grocery store
  • Astrid & Gastón (Lafinur 3222, Palermo): French-Peruvian fusion
  • *Aramburu (Salta 1050, Constitución): Modern Argentine awesome
  • Aramburu Bis (Humberto Primo y Salta): Bistro version of Aramburu
  • *Astor (Ciudad de la Paz 353, Belgrano): Seasonal fresh dishes, lunch specials, dinner tasting menu
  • BAB Cocina Coreana (Moron 3155, Flores): Korean parrilla
  • Bai Fu (Scalabrini Ortiz 152, Villa Crespo): Hole in the wall Chinese Food, roasted duck
  • Baking BA (Suipacha 747, Centro): To-go awesome sandwiches, soups, sweets, yogurt
  • Bar du Marché (Nicaragua 5946, Palermo Hollywood): Over 50 different of wines, awesome cheese and meats, closed door Japanese restaurant above
  • BardePán / La Prometida (Virrey Arredondo 3486, Colegiales): Cute hidden café spot to work, great patio, good bread, skip the food
  • Bereber (Armenia 1880, Palermo Soho): Moroccan Fancy – CLOSED
  • *Bis (Humberto Primo 1207, Constitución): Aramburu’s bistro spot
  • *Bistro Tokio (Virrey del Pino 2551 piso 1º, Belgrano): Wonderful sushi, not insanely expensive
  • BiWon (Junin 548, Congreso): Korean BBQ
  • Bizzarro (Bosques de Palermo): Bondiola in the park, street food
  • Blanch (Andres Arguibel 2813, Las Cañitas): Gem in the area, great happy hour and brunch
  • *Boteco do Brasil (Honduras 5774, Palermo Hollywood): A little piece of Brazil in BA
  • Brotes del Alma (Olazabal 1422, Belgrano) Argentine with a twist – CLOSED
  • Buenos Aires Verde (Gorriti 5657, Palermo Hollywood: Vegetarian, vegan
  • Burger 180 (Suipacha 749, Centro): BURGERME
  • *Burger Joint (Borges 1766, Palermo Soho): Burgers, fries and love
  • Café Crespin (Vera 699, Villa Crespo): American, Deli, Bakery – go for brunch
  • Café San Juan (San Juan 450, San Telmo): Modern Argentine, two locations
  • Casa Coupage (Soler 5518, Palermo Hollywood): Modern Argentine closed door with great wines
  • Casa Bar (Rodríguez Pena 1150, Recoleta): Spicy hot wings like WOAH
  • Casa Jauretche (Closed Door Caballito): Peruvian Fusion – temporarily closed
  • Casa Mun (Closed Door Palermo/Villa Crespo): Asian Fusion – CLOSED in BA, now in Mendoza
  • *Caseros (Av. Caseros 486, San Telmo): Romantic spot with modernized Argentine food
  • Cava Jufré (Jufré 201, Villa Crespo): Great spot for drinking wine
  • *Chan Chan (Hipólito Yrigoyen 1390, Congreso): Super cheap Peruvian food
  • Chila (Alicia Moreau de Justo 1160, Puerto Madero): High end Argentine
  • Chipper (Humboldt 1893, Palermo Hollywood): Fish n’ chips
  • Chochán (Piedras 672, San Telmo): PORK
  • Club Sueco (Tacuari 147, 5th floor, Centro): Swedish club
  • *Cocina Sunae (Closed door restaurant, Colegiales): Southeast Asian, awesome traditional flavors, spicy food
  • Coco Marie (Armenia 1764, Palermo Soho): Great outdoor space inside a bikini shop, food just okay
  • Cocu (Malabia 1510, Palermo Soho): Rye toast, good sandwiches
  • *Coffee Town (San Telmo Market): Best coffee in Buenos Aires, good people watching inside market
  • Comedor Nikkai (Independencia 732, Congreso): Japanese / Sushi
  • Como Lima Nueva (Pedro Goyena 387, Caballito): Peruvian
  • *Cucina Paradiso (Arévalo 1538, Palermo Hollywood): Italian, Deli, famed chef Donato
  • Cumaná (Rodriguez Peña 1149, Recoleta): Traditional Argentine
  • *Dadá (San Martin 941, Centro): Cool tiny spot, great food and drinks
  • *Damblée (Rivadavia, Av. 3402, Almagro): Seafood, oysters
  • Daore (Bacacay 3236, Bajo Flores): Best Korean
  • *DOGG (San Martin 657, Retiro): HOT DOGS fo realz
  • Don Ignacio (Av. Rivadavia 3439, Once): MIL-A-NESA
  • *Don Julio (Guatemala 4691, Palermo Soho): Papaparrilla
  • Doppio Zero (Soldado de la Independencia 1238, Las Cañitas): Italian
  • Efimero Festin (Uriarte 1411, Palermo Soho): Homey food, good salad bar
  • *El Banco Rojo (Bolivar 914, San Telmo): Bomb sandwiches, good prices, hip hop blasting, to go only
  • *El Baqueano (Chile 495, San Telmo): Unique menu offering more rare meats (llama, alligator)
  • El Burladero (Uriburu 1488, Recoleta): Spanish food, Tapas
  • El Capricci (Paraguay 5502, Palermo Hollywood): Ice cream – chocolate profundo – marroc
  • El Colmado (Cervino 4453, Palermo): Nice lunch spot next to US embassy.
  • El Federal (San Martin 1054, Retiro): Argentine / Patagonia modern twist
  • El Gourmet de Medio Oriente (Mercado de Belgrano): Great shawarma
  • El Horno de Medio Oriente (Juan de Garay 2501, San Cristobol): Best pita bread in BA
  • El Muelle (Club de Pescadores, Costanera): Fish and seafood
  • *El Nono Amigo (Guatemala 5800, Palermo Hollywood): My fave artichoke empanadas, eggplant empanadas, cold beer, killer picada
  • El Pobre Luis (Arribeños 2393, Belgrano): Parrilla
  • *El Rey del Chori (Defensa y Mexico, San Telmo): Great choripan
  • *El Obrero (Agustín R. Caffarena 64, La Boca): Argie food, a classic spot
  • Elena (Posadas 1086, Recoleta): Restaurant inside Four Seasons, high end Argie
  • *Falafel One (Araoz 587, Villa Crespo): Middle Eastern, Syrian
  • Filo (San Martin 975, Centro): Italian/Pizzería
  • *Florencio (Francisco de Vittoria 2363, Recoleta): Italian Bistro hidden behind British embassy
  • Franck Dauffouis Panadería (Ambrosetti 901, Caballito): French Bakery, to go only
  • Fukuro Noodle Bar (Costa Rica 5514, Palermo Hollywood): Ramen noodle bar
  • *Full City Coffee House (Thames 1535, Palermo Soho): Awesome Colombian café with best coffee in Buenos Aires
  • FuraiBo (Adolfo Alsina 429 1º piso, Centro): Sushi / Japanese
  • FUUDIS (Multiple neighborhoods): Food and restaurant tours in Buenos Aires
  • Gengis’s House (Riobamba 1177, Recoleta): Mongolian BBQ
  • Gran Parrilla del Plata (Chile 594, San Telmo): Parrilla
  • Grand Café (Basavilbaso 1340, Retiro): Café, deli
  • Green Curry (Tucuman 271, Retiro): SPICY curry
  • *Guerrín (Corrientes, Av. 1368, Centro): Argie pizza, if you are into that kinda thing
  • *Hernán Gipponi’s Restaurant – Fierro Hotel (Soler 5862,Palermo Hollywood): tasting menu, awesome brunch
  • Hidden Kitchen (Closed Door, Palermo): Killer Taiwanese & Chinese puerta cerrada/pop-up by The Lost Asian
  • *Hierba Buena (Caseros 454, San Telmo): Healthy, natural
  • *Hong Kong Style (Montañeses 2149, Barrio Chino): Chinese, Dim Sum
  • Honor y Causa (Carranza 1591, Palermo Hollywood): Modern Argentine cuisine
  • *I Latina (Closed Door, Villa Crespo): Caribbean, Colombian fine dining, awesome brunch
  • Ichisou (Venezuela 2145, Congreso): Japanese / Sushi
  • *In Bocca Al Lupo Caffé (Bonpland 1965, Palermo Hollywood): Italian café, awesome coffee, great onda
  • *Jauja (Multiple sucursales): Best ice cream in Buenos Aires
  • Kansas (Libertador 4625, Las Cañitas): American food, great happy hour, BBQ ribs, and fast service
  • *Kitayama (Virrey del Pino 2448, Belgrano): Sushi, Japanese
  • *Kokoro Sushi delivery (Belgrano): World of sushi delivery, this wins an award
  • *L’Adesso (Bulnes 1248, Palermo): Authentic Italian food
  • L’epi Bakery (Roseti 1769, Colegiales): French Bakery
  • La Brigada (Estados Unidos 465, San Telmo): Parrilla, touristy but good
  • La Cabrera (Cabrera 5099, Palermo Soho): Parrilla, touristy but good, 50% happy hour daily from 7pm-8pm
  • *La Cocina (Pueyrredón 1508, Barrio Norte): Argentine food, great empanadas
  • La Conga (Rioja 39, Once): Peruvian, family style
  • *La Crémerie (Baez 252, Las Cañitas): Best ice cream
  • *La Crespo (Thames 612, Villa Crespo): Jewish Deli, best pastrami sandwich
  • *La Cresta (Bulnes 829, Almagro): BOMB rotisserie wraps
  • La Cucina de Michele (Av. Luis M. Campos 599, Las Cañitas): Old school Italian
  • *La Esquina (Miñones y Sucre): Banging parrilla hut, choripan hello
  • La Fachada (Colegiales y Palermo): Just for empanadas, not pizza
  • *La Florería Atlántico (Arroyo 872, Retiro): Awesome bar, killer ojo de bife
  • La Lechuza (Uriarte 1980, Palermo Soho): Barrio parrilla in Palermo
  • La Locanda (Jose Leon Pagano 2697, Recoleta): Italian
  • La Mamma Rosa (Jufre 202, Villa Crespo): Argentine, Italian
  • *La Mas Querida (Echevarria 1618, Belgrano): Thin crust pizza
  • La Mezzetta (Alvarez Thomas 1321, Colegiales): FUGAZZETTA
  • La Puerta Roja (Chacabuco 733, San Telmo): Good pub / bar food
  • *Las Pizarras Bistró (Thames 2296, Palermo Soho): Bistró one of a kind
  • La Tablita (Vidal 1726, Colegiales): Great picadas and sandwiches, to go only
  • Latino Sandwich (Tacuarí 185, Centro): Bomb sandwiches
  • Lattente (Thames 1891, Palermo Soho): Best coffee in BA
  • *Le Grill (Alicia Moreau de Justo 876, Puerto Madero): Modern steakhouse
  • Le Pain Quotidien (Salguero 3075, Palermo): Belgium café chain, good pastries
  • Lo De Paka (Congreso 2011, Nuñez): Great barrio parrilla
  • *Los talas del entrerriano (Av. Brigadier Juan Manuel de Rosas 1391, Zona Norte, José León Suárez): Parrilla meat tents, great day activity
  • *Local (Arévalo 2063): Modern Argentine, bomb ass pollo
  • Loreto Garden Bar (Virrey Loreto 2912, Colegiales): Cafe, lunch
  • Los Trujillanitos (Corrientes 3564, Abasto): Peruvian hole in the wall
  • Lúcuma (Humahuaca 4101, Almagro): Peruvian
  • Malvón (Serrano 789, Villa Crespo): Go for the almond croissant and eggs benedict
  • Mamani (Aguero 707, Abasto): Peruvian, pollo a la brasa
  • *Marfa (Santa Fe 5259, Palermo Hollywood): Sandwiches, veggie burgers and wraps, delivery only
  • Maria Fedele (Bolivar 933, San Telmo): Home cooked Italian
  • Marucha (11 de Septiembre 3702, Nuñez): Parrilla
  • Mauro.it, ristorantino italiano (11 de septiembre 2490, Belgrano): Homemade Italian
  • Medio Oriente (Cabrera 4702, Palermo Soho): Friday & Saturday afternoon shawarma
  • Melao (Castillo 52, Villa Crespo): International/Ethnic
  • Mi Sueño (Hernan M. Giralt y Macacha Guemes, Costanera Sur): Food truck street food bondiola
  • Mido (Carabobo 1575, Bajo Flores): Korean restaurant in Korea town, follow it with karaeoke
  • Miyako Sushi (Av. Nazca 388 6º piso, Flores): Hidden sushi bar
  • Moreneta de Montserrat (Moreno 477, Centro/San Telmo): Modern Argie
  • Mullu (Pasaje Ricardo Rojas 451, Retiro): Creative Peruvian
  • Muma’s Cupcakes (Malabia 1680, Palermo Soho): Bakery
  • *Ña Serapia (Las Heras 3357, Recoleta): Regional Argentine, Great Empanadas
  • Nihonbashi (Monroe 2095, Congreso): Japanese
  • *Niji (Ibera 2424, Belgrano): Japanese, ramen
  • Nikkai (Independencia 732, Centro): Japanese
  • Ninina Bakery (Gorriti 4738, Palermo Soho): Bakery/café w/ great coffee and kale
  • *NOLA (Pop-Up, Closed Door): Creole-Mexi-French bomb food, beer nights
  • Nuestro Secreto (Cerrito 1455, Recoleta): Parrilla, awesome terrace, inside Park Hyatt
  • Okiren Sushi Bar (San Juan 2651, San Cristobol): Japanese
  • Olaya (Humboldt 1550, Palermo Hollywood): Peruvian fusion, same chef who did Mullu, Sipan, Osaka
  • Original / Caserita Restaurante (Bravard 1170, Parque Centenario / Villa Crespo): Chinese
  • Oui Oui (Nicaragua 6068, Palermo Hollywood): Lunch, brunch, cute café
  • *Pain et Vin (Gorriti 5132, Palermo Soho): Bread and wine
  • *Paladar Buenos Aires (Closed Door Restaurant, Villa Crespo) Closed door tasting menu
  • *Paraje Arévalo(Arévalo 1509, Palermo Hollywood) Awesome tasting menu
  • *Parrilla Peña (Rodriguez Peña 682, Congreso/Recoleta): Parrilla / bodegón
  • *Parrilla Tito / Don Hugo / Secret Parrilla (Dorrego 2720, Las Cañitas): The famed Secret Parrilla of Las Cañitas that ain’t a secret no mo’
  • Páru incas sushi & grill (Avenida Valentín Alsina 1450, Vilas Club, Bosques de Palermo): Peruvian fusion
  • Peru Express (Marcelo T Alvear 990, Centro): Bomb sandwich, Chicharrón Peruano
  • Poke (Pop-up restaurant, Magdalena’s Party on Wednesday): Bomb-ass Pacific Rim / Asian Fusion
  • Pehache (Gurruchaga 1418, Palermo Soho): Awesome house store with cute garden, order coffee, tea, perfect spot to do work
  • Pekin (Honduras 5303, Palermo Soho): Great lamb empanadas, not great pizza
  • *Primavera Trujillana (Franklin D. Roosevelt 1627, Belgrano): Peruvian
  • Real Revolución (Honduras 5143, Palermo Soho): Mexican
  • Restó – Sociedad Central de Arquitectos (Montevideo 938, Recoleta): Lunch or dinner spot inside Architecture Society
  • Río Alba (Cerviño 4499, Palermo Chico): Parrilla parrilla parrilla
  • Rolaso (Julián Alvarez 600, Villa Crespo): Parrilla
  • Roux (Peña 2300, Recoleta): Ex-chef of Oviedo
  • Salgados Alimentos (Velasco 401, Villa Crespo): Pastas
  • Sarkis (Thames 1101, Villa Crespo): Armenian/Middle Eastern
  • Sashimiya (Mexico 1965, Congreso): Sushi
  • Shan Dong Restaurant (Vera 468, Villa Crespo): cheap Chinese, all about pan fried pork dumps
  • Shi Yuan (Tagle 2531, Recoleta): Chinese Food, Duck, dim sum and spice
  • Shogun (Uriburu 280, Congreso): Japanese / Sushi
  • *Siamo nel Forno (Costa Rica 5886, Palermo Hollywood): Italian Pizzería, best pizza in Buenos Aires
  • Sipan (Paraguay 624, Microcentro *also in Palermo): Upscale Peruvian
  • *Smeterling (Uruguay 1308, Recoleta): BOMB high end bakery, great cakes, small area to sit
  • Smooothway (Soler 6036, Palermo Hollywood): Juice bar, healthy food
  • Spring (Bulnes 2577, Palermo Chico): Vegetarian buffet
  • Suckewer (Reconquista 886, Retiro): Tiny to-go lunch spot
  • *Sudestada (Guatemala 5602, Palermo Hollywood): Southeast Asian, go for lunch special only
  • Teamim (Diaz Velez 4431, Parque Centenario): Israeli owned shawarma, falafel hut
  • The Clubhouse (Palermo Soho): Private clubhouse with best burger in BA
  • The Office (Arévalo 3031, Las Cañitas): American – CLOSED
  • Tierra de Nadie (Avellaneda 588, Caballito): Burgers and American food done right
  • Tomo 1 (Carlos Pellegrini 555, Retiro): Great tasting menu
  • UGAB Cena Viernes (Armenia 1322, Palermo Soho): Armenian
  • *Urondo Bar (Beauchef 1204, Parque Chacabuco): Eclectic Argentine
  • Verne Club (Medrano 1475): Awesome bar, high end hot dogs
  • Victoria Brown (Costa Rica 4827): Café by day, secret bar by night
  • Yeite (Humboldt 293, Villa Crespo): Awesome café
  • Yuki (Pasco 740, Congreso): Japanese

The Good

  • 1810 Cocina Regional (Julian Alvarez 1998, Palermo): Go for the empanadas
  • 90 grados restó (Delgado 1208, Colegiales): Regular corner café, surprisingly cheap/good brunch with eggs benedict
  • A Orillas del Maldonado (Humboldt 1729, Palermo Hollywood): Parrilla – CLOSED
  • Aldo’s Vinoteca y Restorán (Moreno 376, San Telmo): Cool atmosphere, don’t go for dinner, just glass of wine and some appetizers
  • Almacén Purista (Velazco 701, Villa Crespo): Vegetarian, get the pizza
  • Almacén Secreto Club (Gregoria Perez y Conde, Colegiales): Closed door restaurant
  • Amici Miei (Defensa 1072, San Telmo): Italian
  • Anita Bakery (Charcas 4103, Palermo Soho): Homemade, cheap prices, nice spot
  • A Nos Amours (Gorriti 4488 Esq. Aráoz, Palermo): French Bistro, cute
  • Arepera (Estado de Israel 4316, Almagro): Venezuelan
  • Arevalito (Arévalo 1478, Palermo Hollywood): Vegetarian
  • *Artemisia (Gorriti 5996, Palermo Hollywood): Natural Vegetarian, nice patio/outdoor seating
  • Artesano (Mansilla 2748, Barrio Norte): Natural Vegetarian
  • Azema Exotic Bistro (Carranza 1875, Palermo Hollywood): French Fusion
  • Bar 6 (Armenia 1676, Palermo Soho): Great bar, food so-so CLOSED
  • Baraka (Gurruchaga 1450, Palermo Soho): Homemade lunch, cafe, merienda, delicious
  • Barbaro Bar (Tres Sargentos 400, Centro): Bar, Argentine – Good for picadas!
  • *BBQ Town (Juramento 1656, Barrio Chino): Korean BBQ
  • Beijing (El Salvador 5702, Palermo Hollywood): Chinese, hot pot, dim sum
  • Bella Italia (Rep. Arabe Siria 3285, Palermo): Italian, pastas
  • Benihana (Arenales 3310, Alto Palermo): Sushi/Japanese. Don’t judge, it’s good for BA
  • Bice (Alicia Moreau de Justo 192, Puerto Madero): Italian Expensive
  • Bonjour! (Tres Sargentos 443, Retiro): Cute French café (with no croissants)
  • Boulevard Saenz Peña (Boulevard Saenz Peña 1400, Tigre): Very cute interior, go for dessert and merienda
  • *Boutique de Libros / Libros del Pasaje (Thames 1762, Palermo Soho): Café, atmosphere wonderful, food just meh.
  • Buddha BA (Arribeños 2288, Barrio Chino/Barrancas del Belgrano): Chinese
  • Cafe des arts (Figueroa Alcorta 3415, Palermo): MALBA museum café
  • *Café Paulin (Sarmiento 635, Center): Old school sandwich joint, cool atmosphere with classic Argie sandwiches
  • Café PROA (Pedro de Mendoza 1929, La Boca): Good food, good ambiance
  • Café Rivas (Estados Unidos 302, San Telmo): Food hit or miss but nice atmosphere
  • *Carlitos (Corrientes 3070, Almagro): Peruvian, cheap, good Peruvian chicken
  • Casa Felix (Chacarita): Pescetarian closed door restaurant
  • Casal de Catalunya (Chacabuco 863, San Telmo): Spanish, suckling pig
  • Centro Montañes (Jorge Newbery 2818, Colegiales): Porteño
  • Chef Iusef (Malabia 1378, Palermo Soho): Armenian
  • Club Danes (Alem, Av. 1074 12º, Retiro): Nordic food, good lunch special
  • Club Eros (Uriarte 1609, Palermo Soho): Argentine cheap, fun soccer atmosphere
  • Cluny (El Salvador 4618, Palermo Soho): Argentine, good lunch special
  • Comida China (Arribeños 2152, Belgrano): Ducks hanging, noodle eating
  • Como en casa (San Martin 705, microcentro): Awesome microcentro haven inside a monastery
  • Contigo Peru (Echevarria 1627, Belgrano): Cheap Peruvian, good lunch special
  • Croque Madame (Libertador 1901, Barrio Norte): Beautiful outdoor eating
  • Cumen Cumen (Locations across the city): Empanadas
  • Cusic (El Salvador 6016, Palermo Hollywood): Very cute café, brunch, lunch
  • Dean and Denny’s (Malabia 1591, Palermo Soho): American burger, phony Shake Shack
  • Decata (Honduras 6100, Palermo Hollywood): Cool café ambiance with a killer terrace. Good work café, meh for food. Order Caesar salad.
  • Delhi Darbar (Viamonte 359, Centro): Indian
  • Deli House (Juan Ramírez Velazco 1153, Villa Crespo): Good pastries, nice quiet place to work
  • Delicious (Laprida 2015, Recoleta): café
  • Desnivel (Defensa 855, San Telmo): Decent meat, very touristy
  • *Dill & Drinks (San Martin 986, Retiro): Argie with a twist, good cocktails
  • Don Zoilo (Honorio Pueyrredón 1406): Porteña
  • Donca Restaurant (Charcas 4799, Palermo Soho): Parrilla
  • El Bonpland (Bonpland 2113, Palermo Hollywood): Parrilla
  • *El Buen Sabor (Camargo 296, Villa Crespo): African food
  • El Cuartito (Talcahuano 937, Recoleta): Argentine Pizza, order fugazzeta
  • El Farol (Estado de Israel, Av. 4488, Almagro): Porteño cuisine, pastas
  • El Lomo Feroz (Fitz Roy 1666, Palermo Hollywood): Lomo Cordobés, good open late night
  • El Peruanito Rey / El Chalaco (Fitz Roy 2299, Palermo Hollywood): Peruvian Sandwiches, Pollo Parrillero o Pollo Crocante
  • El Preferido de Palermo (Borges 2108, Palermo Soho): Old School Comida Porteña / Argentinean food
  • El Primo (Baez 302, Las Cañitas): Parrilla
  • El Rey (Aguero 457, Abasto): Cheap Peruvian, 25 peso lunch specials
  • El Sanjuanino (Posadas 1515, Recoleta): great empanadas
  • El Trapiche (Paraguay 5099, Palermo Hollywood): Parrilla, quality has gone down
  • El Ultimo Beso (Nicaragua 4880, Palermo Soho): Beautiful patio, delicious desserts
  • Elcano Grill (Elcano 3430, Colegiales): Parrilla, fried empanadas
  • En el Nombre del Postre (Soler 5537, Palermo Hollywood): café, good sandwiches
  • *Enfunda la Mandolina (Salguero 1440, Palermo): Argie with a twist
  • Epa la Arepa (Soler 5837, Palermo Hollywood): Fast food arepas
  • Epoca de quesos (Puerto de frutos, Tigre): Cheese spot on the water
  • Ermak (Billinghurst 813, Almagro): Russian goodness
  • Establecimiento General de Café (Av. Pueyrredón 1529, Recoleta): good coffee
  • *Evita Museum (J. M. Gutierrez 3926, Palermo): All about the crepes.
  • Freud & Fahler (Cabrero 5300, Palermo Soho): café/good food
  • Gran Bar Danzon (Libertad 1161, Recoleta): Upscale Argentine, nice atmosphere, average food
  • Green Bamboo (Costa Rica 5802, Palermo Hollywood): Southeast Asian
  • Gringa (Dorrego y Costa Rica, Palermo Hollywood): Brunch – CLOSED
  • *Guardiola (Jorge Newbery 1967, Las Cañitas): Café, green tea and passion fruit ice cream
  • Guido’s (Rep. de la India 2843, Palermo): Old school Italian
  • Haru Sushi (Soler 4456, Palermo Soho): Sushi/Peruvian fusion, good for price
  • Home Hotel (Honduras 5860): Nice atmosphere, go for drinks
  • *Il Ballo del Mattone (Gorriti 5934, Palermo Hollywood): Italian, fun atmosphere
  • Il Gran Caruso (El Salvador 5805, Palermo Hollywood: Italian
  • *Il Matterello (Martín Rodríguez 517, La Boca): Italian, classic
  • Irifune (Paraguay 436, Centro): Japanese/Sushi
  • *Juana M (Carlos Pellegrini 1535, Retiro): Parrilla, Bumpin’ Salad Bar
  • *Jueves a la mesa (San Telmo): Vegetarian Closed Door Restaurant
  • Kaizen (Guatemala 4665, Palermo): Tiny Peruvian-Japanese fusion
  • La Adorada (Thames 5055, Palermo Soho): Mexican tortas (sandwiches) and great drinks
  • La Alhambra (Charcas 4309, Palermo): Middle Eastern hole in the wall
  • La Bistecca (Alicia Moreau de Justo 1890, Puerto Madero): Upscale Tenedor Libre
  • La Casa de Oshawa, Ciudad de la Paz 415, Belgrano – Macrobiotic vegetarian casual
  • La Casa Polaca (Jorge Luis Borges 2076, Palermo Soho): Polish
  • La Catrina (Clay 2866, Las Cañitas): Mexican – CLOSED
  • La Esperanza (Sucre 1302, Belgrano): Awesome rooftop terrace
  • *La Esperanza de los Ascurra (Aguirre 526, Villa Crespo): Spanish-esque, great prices
  • La Fabrica del Taco (Gorriti 5062 , Palermo Soho): Mexican
  • La Guitarrita (Baez 518, Las Cañitas): Pizzería
  • La Olla de Felix (Juncal 1693, Recoleta):French bistro
  • La Parolaccia Trattoria (Locations across the city): Italian
  • La Parrillita (Malabia 416, Villa Crespo): hole in the wall parrilla
  • La Pascana (Paraguay 5100, Palermo Hollywood): Pizzería, Empanadas
  • Las Cabras (Fitz Roy 1795, Palermo Hollywood): Parrilla/Argentine
  • Las Cuartetas (Corrientes 838, Centro): Argie pizza, not cheap
  • Latina (Cramer 24, Colegiales): Latin American restaurant – CLOSED
  • Le Ble (Alvarez Thomas 899, Chacarita): French café
  • Leopoldo (Cerviño 3732, Palermo Botanico): Upscale fusion
  • *Lo De Coki (Amenábar 93, Colegiales): Café, good rooftop
  • Lobby (Nicaragua 5944, Palermo Hollywood): Café, salads, sandwiches – CLOSED
  • Los inmortales (Corrientes 1369, Centro)
  • Los Sabios (Corrientes 3733, Almagro): Vegetarian/Chinese Tenedor Libre
  • Lotos (Córdoba 1577, Recoleta/Barrio Norte): Vegetarian and Health Food Store
  • Lotus Neo Thai (Arribeños 2265, Barrio Chino/Barrancas del Belgrano): Thai
  • Magdalena’s Party (Thames 1795, Palermo Soho): Resto/bar with Brunch & Burgers
  • Mark’s Deli (El Salvador 4701, Palermo Soho): Deli Café
  • Meraviglia (Gorriti 5796, Palermo Hollywood): Vegetarian Organic
  • Mikado (Arévalo 2870, Las Cañitas): Japanese/Sushi – CLOSED
  • Miranda (Costa Rice 5602, Palermo Hollywood): Argentine/Parrilla
  • Morelia (Humboldt 2005, Palermo Hollywood): grilled thin crust pizza
  • Mott (El Salvador 4685, Palermo Soho): Open and airy space
  • Napolés (Corrientes 5588, Villa Crespo): Argie pizza
  • Olinda bistro (Jose Leon Pagano 2697 Recoleta): Bistro
  • Olsen (Gorriti 5870, Palermo Hollywood): Nordic, brunch way overrated, good bloody mary, go for atmosphere
  • Origen (Humberto Primo 599, San Telmo): Health, Natural, Vegetarian
  • Osaka (Soler 5608, Palermo Hollywood): Japanese Peruvian FUUUUSION
  • Oviedo (Beruti 2602, Recoleta): Med / Seafood, older crowd, $$$
  • Pan y Arte (Boedo 878, Boedo): Go there if you are in Boedo
  • Pani (Nicaragua 6044, Palermo Hollywood): Deli, Brunch, girly café
  • Parrillita Transeúntes (Aristóbulo del Valle 1851, Barracas): Trans LGBT community parrilla, Lunch Weekdays – CLOSED
  • Patatas Brava (Suipacha 714, Centro): Natural, Lunch Weekdays
  • Pierina Tea House (Gurruchaga 1875, Palermo Soho): cute tea house
  • Piola Pizza (Gorriti 5751, Palermo & Libertad 1078, Recoleta): Italian, Pizzería
  • Pipi Cucu (Ciudad de la Paz 557, Colegiales): French, girlie
  • Pollo Rico (Olleros 4172, Chacarita): Cheap gritty Peruvian
  • Porota (Gorriti 5881, Palermo Hollywood): Cute place, great sandwiches
  • Punto y Banca (Honduras 4002, Palermo Soho): Pepperoni pizza in Buenos Aires.
  • Pura Vida (Reconquista 516 Centro): Natual, Juice bar – CLOSED
  • Quimbombó (Costa Rica 4562, Palermo Soho): Great terraces, nice natural food
  • Qunito Reino Bar de Tapas (Zapiola 1477, Colegiales): Tapas
  • Romario (Locations all across the city): Pizzería
  • Sabor Norteño (La Rioja 186, Once): Cheap Peruvian with trannies
  • Sattva (Montevideo 446, Centro): Vegetarian
  • Shu Xin Fan (Mendoza 1647, Barrio Chino – inside a little strip mall next to Asia Oriental): Chinese
  • Solo Pescados (Anchorena 533, Abasto): Peruvian
  • Status (Virrey Cevallos 178, Centro): Peruvian
  • Sugar Bar (Costa Rica 4619, Palermo Soho): American Bar Food
  • Sushi Colors (Sushi delivery to all the capital): Sushi, good price:quality ratio
  • Tancat (14850 Libertador, Zona Norte): Spanish
  • Tataki Sushi Bar y Comida Peruana (Rodriguez Peña 433, Centro): Peruvian, Sushi, delivery
  • Tea Connection (Locations across the city): Café Healthy, nice atmosphere
  • The Oldest (Ambrosetti 31, Caballito): Bar food & Burgers
  • Till Bistró (Arenales 2321, Barrio Norte): Menu is too big, Argie café food
  • U Comodo Vostro Cocina Italiana (Jorge Newbery 3540, Chacarita): Italian
  • Voulez Bar (Cerviño 3801, Palermo): Café, no Internet
  • Vrindavan (Tucumán 874, Centro): Indian food

The Decent

  • 788 Food Bar (Arenales 1877, Recoleta): Modern Argentine food that used to be good, but now gone down hill.
  • Almacen de Pizza (Locations all across the city): Pizzería
  • Bakano (Fitz Roy 1906, Palermo Hollywood): Pizzería
  • Bangalore (Humboldt 1416, Palermo Hollywood): Indian/Bar food pub
  • Bartola (Nicaragua 5935, Palermo Hollywood): Cute decor, not cute food
  • Be Frika (Junín 1350, Recoleta): Hamburgers
  • Big Mamma (Juramento 2156, Belgrano): Jewish/Deli
  • Bio (Humboldt 2199, Palermo Hollywood): Vegetarian / Natural
  • Buller Brewing Company (Roberto M. Ortiz 1827, Recoleta Cemetery): American
  • California Burrito Company (Locations all across the city): California Mexican
  • Campo Bravo (Baez 292, Las Cañitas): Regular parrilla
  • Carlitos (Burger and crepe chain): Meh
  • Casa Cruz (Uriarte 1658, Palermo Soho): Expensive, food ain’t all that
  • Ceviche (Two locations in Palermo Hollywood & Las Cañitas): nice atmosphere, average food
  • Cocoroco (Amenábar 2301, Belgrano): Peruvian food
  • Dashi (Locations across the city): Japanese/Sushi
  • Delicity (Locations across the city): Bakery, facturas
  • Demashk (Charcas 3816, Palermo): Armenian, affordable prices
  • Dominga (Honduras 5618, Palermo Soho): Argentine with rando sushi bits
  • Down Town Matias (Locations across the city): Bar food
  • Due Resto (Juncal 2391, Recoleta): Italian & Mediterranean influenced
  • El Cantonés (Oro 2468, Palermo): Chinese
  • El Claustro, Santa Catalina (San Martin 705, Microcentro): Lovely atmosphere, average food – CLOSED
  • El Cocilón del Clú (Conesa 1299, Colegiales): Argie food
  • Empire Thai (Tres Sargentos 427, Centro): Thai CLOSED
  • Felicidad (Migueletes 887, Las Cañitas): Deli/Café, sad sandwiches
  • Food Factory (Nicaragua 6055, Palermo Hollywood): Trendy
  • Garden (Riobamba 1156, Recoleta): Chinese
  • Gibraltar (Peru 895, San Telmo): English Pub Food
  • Granix (Florida 165, 2nd Floor of Galería): Vegetarian Take Away & Tenedor Libre
  • Grants (Las Heras 1925, Recoleta): Tenedor Libre CLOSED
  • Grappa (El Salvador 5802, Palermo Hollywood): Italian
  • Green Monster (Delivery): Vegetarian, vegan. Cheap, healthy delivery option
  • Hsiang Ting-Tang (Arribeños 2245, Barrio Chino): Chinese
  • Itamae (Locations across the city): Sushi, Japanese
  • Ivan Express (Florida 138, Centro): Sandwiches and fast food, inside Kiosco
  • Kanu (Jorge Luis Borges 1813, Palermo Soho): Japanese / Sushi
  • Katmandu (Córdoba 3547, Almagro): Indian – CLOSED
  • Kensho (El Salvador 5783o, Palermo Hollywood): Vegetarian/vegan modern
  • Kentucky (Santa Fe 4602, Palermo): Pizzería, best at 2am
  • Kyodo (Ecuador 1175, Recoleta): Sushi, Japanese
  • La Celeste (Bonpland 1944, Palermo Hollywood): Uruguyan
  • La Cholita (Rodriguez Peña 1165, Recoleta): Argentine, Parrilla
  • La Continental (Callao 361, Congreso): Pizzería
  • La Esquina Café (Beruti 3897, Jardin Botánico, Palermo): Café
  • La Gran Hollywood (Bonpland 2205, Palermo Hollywood): Corner parrilla
  • La Madeleine (Santa Fe 1726, Recoleta): Argentine, Café, Pizzería, All in one. Open 24 hs.
  • La Morada (Larrea 1336, Recoleta): Empandas, Northern Argentine
  • La Pescadorita (Humboldt 1905, Palermo Hollywood): Seafood, good rabas
  • La Querencia (Junin y Juncal, Recoleta): Northern Argentine
  • La Rambla (Posadas 1602, Recoleta): Good lomo sandwich
  • La Rica Vicky (Ecuador 467, Abasto): Peruvian, Cheapcheap lunch specials
  • La Rosalia (Estados Unidos 482, San Telmo): Parrilla
  • Lai Lai (Arribeños 2168, Barrio Chino): Chinese
  • Le Bar (Tucuman 422, Centro): Cool Bar, Not cool food
  • Little Rose (Armenia 1672, Palermo Soho): Japanese, Sushi
  • Los Chinos (Federido Lacroze 2121, Belgrano): Chinese
  • Los Inmortales (Corrientes 1369, centro): Pizzería
  • Los Maestros (Uriburu 1305, Recoleta): Pizzería
  • Lupita (Baez 277, Las Cañitas): Mexican
  • MAD Burgers (Juramento y Libertador, Belgrano): Burgers and drinks
  • Magendie (Honduras 5900, Palermo Hollywood): “Natural”
  • Maki Sushi (Ayacucho 1208, Recoleta): Sushi, Japanese
  • Marcelina y Garcia (Cabrera 5065, Palermo Soho): Italian, same owners as La Cabrera
  • Maria Felix (Guatemala 5300, Palermo): Mexican food, awesome space
  • Meridiano 58 (Jorge L. Borges 1689, Palermo Soho): Parrilla
  • Mi Matute (Locations across the city): Pizzería
  • Minga (Costa Rica 4528, Palermo Soho): Parrilla
  • Moche (Nicaragua 5901, Palermo Hollywood): Peruvian fusion
  • Mooi (Cuba 1985, Belgrano): Average food, lovely café atmosphere
  • Mosoq (El Salvador 5800, Palermo Hollywood): Novoadinian  – CLOSED
  • Munich (Roberto M. Ortiz 1871, Recoleta): German
  • Natural Deli (Locations across the city): Healthy natural café
  • Novecento (Báez 199, Las Cañitas): BA classic but ain’t so hot anymore
  • Nsalad (Tucuman 269, Centro): Salads – CLOSED
  • Nuevo Amenabar (Dorrego 2200, Palermo Hollywood): Lunch, café
  • Olivetti (Av. Cerviño 1300, Palermo Botanico): Italian, nice rooftop
  • Omm (Honduras 5656, Palermo Soho): Sushi, bar food
  • Open Kitchen (Reconquista 1054, Centro): Healthy, natural lunch
  • Palitos (Arribeños 2243, Barrio Chino): Chinese
  • Panadería de Pablo (Defensa 269, San Telmo): overpriced food, mala onda, great patio
  • Peter Panchos (Locations across the city): Late night drunk hot dog
  • Phuket (Honduras 4169, Palermo): Thai
  • Picnic (Florida 102, Centro): Vegan, vegetarian, great healthy fast food concept, beautiful space, not great food
  • Pizza Kroz (Santa Fe, Ravignani & Carranza Subte): Hole in the wall Pizzería
  • Pizza Pet (Santa Fe 5288, Palermo Hollywood)
  • Plaza del Carmen (Locations across the city): Argentine café, all in one
  • Randall’s (Malabia 1530, Palermo Soho): American diner – CLOSED
  • Sake (Beruti 2640, Recoleta): Japanese, Sushi
  • Shamrock (Rodríguez Pena 1220, Recoleta): Bar food
  • Shanghai Dragon (Araoz 1199, Palermo): English Pub Chinese Style, Cheap Food
  • Shiru (Soler 5990, Palermo Hollywood): Japanese, Sushi – CLOSED
  • Sifones y Dragones (Ciudad de La Paz 174, Belgrano):  Asian Fusion – CLOSED
  • Siga la Vaca (Alicia Moreau de Justo 1714, Puerto Madero): Parrilla Tenedor Libre
  • Sirop & Folie (Vicente Lopez 1661, Recoleta): Disappointing brunch
  • Spell Café (Av Alicia Moreau de Justo 740, Puerto Madero): Café, Lunch
  • Super Soul (Báez 252, Las Cañitas): Sushi + overly priced randomness
  • Sushi Club (Locations across the city): Sushi, Japanese
  • Sushi Night (Aráoz 2791, Palermo): Sushi, Japanese
  • Taco Box (Soler 5581, Palermo Hollywood): Mexican
  • Tandoor (Laprida 1293, Barrio Norte): Indian
  • Tartines Crepes & Bakery (Arévalo 1488, Palermo Hollywood): Café Bakery CLOSED
  • Territorio (Estados Unidos 500, San Telmo): Picadas
  • Todos Contentos (Arribeños 2177, Barrio Chino): Chinese
  • Veggie’s Deli (Baez 504, Las Cañitas): Healthy, natural food
  • Wasabi’s (Thames 1810, Palermo Hollywood): Cream cheese sushi bomb
  • Xalapa (El Salvador 4800, Palermo Soho): Mexican
  • Yan Kie or YANKIE (Paraguay 5110, Palermo Hollywood): Chinese
  • Zanshin (Delivery): Sushi and pasta, anyone?

The Ugly

  • Acabar (Honduras 5733, Palermo Hollywood): Bar games, bad food
  • Aire Creacocina (Bonpland 1577, Palermo Hollywood): Argentine
  • Ambiente Wok (Marcelo T. de Alvear 997, Recoleta): Asian themed
  • Asia de Cuba (Pierina Dealessi 750, Puerto Madero): Sushi / Japanese Boliche
  • Brunoise (La Pampa 3040, Belgrano): French somewhat, inedible sweet gooey fish. Ribs were OK.
  • Celetto (Uriburu 1274, Recoleta): Italian
  • Cilantro (Tomas de Anchorena 1122, Recoleta): Asian/Mediterranean
  • Cocina Rodante Griega (Pop Up): “Greek” food
  • Delywok (Junin 1155, Recoleta): Tenedor libre
  • El Anden (Santa Fé y Arévalo, Carranza Subte Stop): Café/Argentine all in one
  • El Manto (Palermo): Overpriced Middle Eastern
  • El Salto de las Ranas (Rodriguez Peña 1164, Recoleta): “Mexican”
  • Esquina de las Flores (Gurruchaga 1630, Palermo Soho): Vegetarian, natural
  • French Resto Lounge (French 2220, Barrio Norte): Low calorie under 1500 calories
  • Gout Café (Juncal 2124, Recoleta): Café, sandwiches
  • Krishna (Malabia 1833, Palermo Soho): Natural Vegetarian “Indian”
  • La Reina Kunti (Humahuaca 3461, Almagro): Indian Vegetarian
  • Limbo (Armenia 1820, Palermo Soho): Balsamic vinegar or soy sauce salad dressing game
  • Makena (Fitz Roy): Great bar, terrible picadas
  • *Milion (Paraná 1048, Recoleta): Lovely atmosphere, not good food
  • Mole Tacos Fonda Mexicana (Cabildo 1368, Belgrano): Mexican
  • Muu Lecheria (Armenia 1810, Palermo Soho): “American”
  • Parrilla 22 (Carranza 1950, Palermo Hollywood): Ok option for cheap parrilla
  • Pequeño San (Azcuenaga y Arenales, Recoleta):Café by day, inedible sushi by night
  • Punta Brasas (Honduras 5702, Palermo Hollywood): Awful parrilla
  • Rio Café (Honduras 4772, Palermo Soho): Go for the drinks, not for the food
  • Sushi Pop (Delivery sushi): Cheap, but do you like staples in your sushi?
  • Valparaíso (Nicaragua 6078, Palermo Hollywood): Expensive, not good Chilean
  • Van Koning (Báez 325, Las Cañitas): Good bar, awful food
  • Vera Cruz (Godoy Cruz 1819, Palermo Soho): Mexican, Since when is mole chocolate sauce + tabasco?
  • Voltaire Coffee & Deli (Carranza 1946, Palermo Hollywood): Salads & bugs.
Closed Door Restaurants & Pop Up Restaurants (Puertas Cerradas y Pop up)

**In no way is this a comprehensive list of all restaurants in Buenos Aires, just many of the ones I have tried and reviewed.  In a dream world, I would be able to review everything on the menu at every single restaurant to make a more scientific classification.  BUT since I’m poor making pesos, and I’m not <yet> 500 kilos, it’s just not possible.  I do, however, accept free meals.**

Recommendations are accepted! Don’t be stingy. Share the food knowledge: imhungry@pickupthefork.com

192 Responses to Restaurant Guide

  1. Lana says:

    Please I wish you could visit caballito!!

    • razalba says:

      Any recommendations??

      • Tez says:

        Mangiatta! On the corner of Avenido Angel Gallardo y Valentin Virasoro. Very de barrio, very good. My favorite: fettucine casero con salsa CREMA. Simple, but the best crema anywhere. I wouldn’t recommend the meat, but it isn’t bad. If you like milanesa, mejor no hay! Also: the Pizzanesa!

  2. 365x100 says:

    Check out the parrilla Desnivel. I had one of my favorite meals in Argentina at that place.

    Defensa 855 ; between Independencia and Estados Unidos

    • 365x100 says:

      I should probably clarify this, since I did say one of my “favorites”. This is not a fancy parrilla, with damn good menu pricing for killer food. Weird decor, looks pretty old inside, most everything is glossy (floor, tablecloths, chairs, pictures) giving the interior an odd sheen. Two stories, we sat in the front and got to watch them funnel somebody upstairs every minute or so. Really popular and pretty crowded, but we went pretty late and didn’t have to wait for a 2 top.

      Had chorizo, morcilla, and lomo… Jeeeezus. Papas were solid, and I believe smothered in something (but I may be getting spots mixed up with that call). They were out of many of the wine bottles on the list, which was fine because I was playing roulette with the menu anyway. But, I guess if you’re really into wine that could be a big deal. For me, I just liked to have a nice malbec with some body while visiting, and that wasn’t very tough to find.

      Enjoy. Remember, though, this place isn’t La Cabrera… good character though.

      • razalba says:

        Desnivel is great, but the quality of meat has definitely decreased a bit.. it’s been a while so I’m due for another visit soon. Chorizo, lomo y papas = happy

  3. Devan says:

    Never left Palermo? Oiy! Might as well not be living in BA at all then! Thanks for the list, though!

  4. Julia says:

    Su blog es muy útil. Muchas gracias por proporcionar un montón de contenido útil. Tengo guardado su sitio blog y sin duda volvere. Una vez más, agradezco todo su trabajo.

  5. Alejandro says:

    I dont see Pura Tierra on your list…. IMHO your guide cannot be without a review of Pura Tierra. Another couple of places I suggest you visit include…

    M Buenos Aires
    Sipan
    Osaka

  6. sofi says:

    hay un par de restos que estan increibles pero no estan cerca del centro , te los nombro y te pongo sus direcciones asi los probas

    Los Portugueses Angel gallardo al 800.
    es comida casera mas que nada, muy rica.. clasica

    Los Cabritos alberdi 6159
    excelente parrilla

    El Cedron alberdi 6100
    LA MEJOR PIZZA DEL MUNDO

    Cantina Don Corleone Brasil 43
    Cocina Italiana (lejos la mejor)
    “La comida es riquísima y auténticamente italiana”, “preparada en el momento y con productos de buena calidad” por “el chef y dueño”, quien además “se ocupa de cada mesa junto con su esposa”. “Como en toda cantina, hay que esperar
    dice guia oleo

  7. Californian says:

    Bella italia in Palermo Chico, much better than Doppio Zero in my opinion.

    And money shouldn’t be stopping you– this blog is more thqn good enough to attract advertisers!

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  9. mariana says:

    try Salgado Alimentos, Villa Crespo. Pero tenes que pedir una de las pastas rellenas.

  10. epara says:

    Krakow Cafe Bar, Buenos Aires, San Telmo/Monserrat, Venezuela 474!!
    Cold Cuts Board “Krakow” – Special board of Polish smoked cold cuts and flamed sausages – this is a picada to die for. Specialty Polish dishes, home made pickles, sauerkraut, mustard and very nice hamburgers. Wash it down with 12(?) beers on tap or some Polish vodkas. Our fav spot definitely!

    • forkyou says:

      Sounds delicious, I had an extremely rude waitress at Krakow so didn’t want to go back, but perhaps the nasty service could be overlooked by a delicious polish sausage.

  11. casey says:

    Eating my way through your list. Extra kilos be damned!

    Vamos a ver… have you tried Porota? The food (brunch, lunch, sweets) is delicious, the place is adorable and the owners are just really solid, nice ladies. Gorriti 5881. (In one of the Palermos though I’m not sure which…)

  12. Mariel says:

    It’s so true!! Asia de Cuba is a horrible place to go to eat. But El Establo is a place you should try. The “colita de cuadril” is wonderful there! I discovered it last week. It’s kind of funny, because an american friend recommended it to me (I’ve live in BA all my life). It’s in Paraguay and San Martin, just in the corner.

  13. Maria Carra says:

    Never had Sushi Pop… never will… A close friend fell violently ill from their sushi, not once but twice!!!

    Don´t get me started on Cilantro…

  14. meli says:

    Check out Social Paraiso (kinda bistroish, it’s been in Palermo for years, when it wasnt so hip and trendy), Oviedo (fish, pastas, classic old school BA restaurant), El Sanjuanino (best empanadas ever), Masamadre (it’s been a while since I last went there, so not sure how is it lately) , Guido’s Bar (italian, the owner decides what you eat and how much it’ll cost you), Sottovoce (great pastas).

  15. Mcgeough says:

    Nice Blog with Excellent information

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  17. Anonymous says:

    Check out Mr Yog’s, Parana 1033 great looking store! awsome frozen yogurt!!!

  18. Zielor says:

    The Great: La Pescadorita, Humboldt 1905 – fresh seafood, playful interior, good service, large basket of bread & dip. 2 entrees, 1 main (cazuela to share), 2 glasses of wine, 1 bottle of mineral water, lunch time, $260 pesos.

    The ugly: A222, Av Corrientes 222 – pay for the view but eat instant pasta and tinned fruit salad (from a friend after-the-fact); pretend panna cotta for 50 pesos! bad service, much more run-down than the photos shown on the website! frauds!

    • forkyou says:

      Fresh as in fresh? or Fresh as in frozen and taken out of the freezer?
      Pretend panna cotta for 50 pesos? the horror!

      • Zielor says:

        Yes, fresh as in FRESH mmm… although we won’t be asking for the cazuela next time – fat prawns, white salmon & mussels were fresh, the other little bits could have easily been frozen stuff – always easy to cover up in a cazuela. With other plates of seafood, it’d be hard to disguise the freezer smell/texture.

  19. Anonymous says:

    You are missing Restó, at Sociedad Central de Arquitectos.
    El Restaurant del Hotel Club Francés
    La Bourgogne, at Alvear Hotel.

    Regards

  20. TC says:

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  21. melia says:

    May I quote you on a research paper that I am working on?

  22. Sammy says:

    I should probably clarify this, since I did say one of my “favorites”. This is not a fancy parrilla, with damn good menu pricing for killer food. Weird decor, looks pretty old inside, most everything is glossy (floor, tablecloths, chairs, pictures) giving the interior an odd sheen. Two stories, we sat in the front and got to watch them funnel somebody upstairs every minute or so. Really popular and pretty crowded, but we went pretty late and didn’t have to wait for a 2 top.
    +1

  23. Anonymous says:

    Agregaría a la lista:
    – 1810 (hay 3 sucursales, pero la mejor es la de Julián Álvarez 2000, esq. Guatemala). Tienen cocina regional (ni idea qué tal) y empanadas estilo tucumanas. Las empanadas no son exactamente como las tucumanas verdaderas (después recorrer el norte, me convecí de que son las más ricas del país), pero están muy, muy cerca, son muy ricas. La atención es otra historia, pero se les perdona.

  24. Tez Lyons says:

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  29. eugenia says:

    You should try a relatively tiny restaurant called “Hola Luis” (Conde y Teodoro García, Colegiales). It’s an unlikely combination of really good armenian food , parilla and “minutas”. The owners often serve the tables. They are really nice, and so are the waiters.
    I recognise the Buenos Aires restaurant scene lacks variety, but I think the key lies in getting the hell out of Palermo (except for, maybe, 1810’s empanadas, Bonjour’s pizzas and two “clubes de barrio”, Club Eros and El Bochin). Palermo used to be a pretty interesting place but the combination of tourists + “viveza criolla” made it impossible. Muu gives me the creeps.

  30. Luciano says:

    Clubes de barrio are great, but offer pretty much the same type of food. It’s not very exciting just eating at bodegones, how creative can you be writing about bifes, milanesas and some form of papas?

  31. AMarks says:

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  32. eugenia says:

    Of course the food is not exotic. But I’d rather have a good “bife” or some amazing grilled chicken instead of a pretentious “American” burger (like the ones Muu serves).

    • forkyou says:

      Agree that Muu shouldn’t be allowed to call itself a restaurant serving “American food” – but that’s because Muu is terrible, there’s other places you can go for a non “pretentious” hamburgers in Palermo that actually taste decent. A good bife at bodegon is great once in a while, but I’d opt for having my food choices go beyond either grilled chicken or a shitty burger

  33. Jessica says:

    Do you know of any supermarket that sells halal or things like sausage and bacon made without pork? Thanks!

  34. paigepilar says:

    Empire Thai didn’t close per se but reopened under the name Kaffir Thai – the new owner was actually the former bartender. Have heard it’s just as good if not better than Empire. It’s always packed at mid-day.

  35. Richie says:

    can’t wait for my trip to BA! do you do private food tours?

  36. Anonymous says:

    great take on BA food, you are so spot on!

  37. Andy says:

    You’re incredible! Thanks! your this Restaurant Guide is so helpful and your writing is really funny! Andy

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  41. Eugenia says:

    If you ever come to Mar del Plata, let me know (: I have many places i think you should eat at.
    greetings.

  42. DJ says:

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  44. fidel says:

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  46. Damaris says:

    Appreciate it for helping out, wonderful information.

  47. Monty Pletz says:

    Enjoyed looking through this, very good stuff, thankyou .

  48. Demian says:

    My grain of sand:

    Los Platitos (best meat sandwich in Arg): sandwich de cuadril, provoleta
    Las Cuartetas (best “just muzzarela” pizza) : …
    Club Vasco Frances (best Spanish food) : arroz especial (centolla, langostinos, zetas y crema)

  49. Winnie says:

    Wow Nice Blog!! I LIKE IT

  50. Roberto Taddeo says:

    I woul be a great thing for you to try “el Espanol”
    All kinds of dishes and tastes , plus take out and delivery. Been there many times and it’s amazing the amount of dishes on the menu!!
    Adressis Junin two blocks from el cafe de Los angelitos. So Junin 200 or so. Give it a try

  51. Arthur Rudman says:

    Visiting from NZ. Found this website incredibly helpful. Had good meals at El Capriche (x2), a’Manger, Paraje Arevalo and great meals at Kaffir Thai and Las Pizarras (x2).
    Thank you very much – you helped make our visit very memorable.

  52. marianaaaaa says:

    Have you tried the TATÚ empanadas??? they are big, they definetely go in the great!!! (they’re for example in Belgrano,near Cramer Av.), they totally worth it.
    I’ve just came across your blog,very exciting! If you don’t mind me asking, what are you doing in Bs.As for “a living”??

  53. Arthur Rudman says:

    Sorry. that was El Trapiche (Paraguay 5099, Palermo Hollywood) – not El Capriche!

  54. Val says:

    Great blog! U should also try Enfundá la
    Mandolina, cheap and great food. For a nice jazz evening Boris has excellent food while enjoying great jazz and other musical shows.
    I don’t remember if you included Miranda in your list which I love. Paru has great peruvian food as well and for good hungarian food you can try Turandot.
    I also love Morelia’s thin pizza a la parrilla ad they have good pasta as well.
    I also like Las Cholas, good argentinian food.
    However I still haven’t found an excellent mexican restaurant, Maria Felix was OK. Do you know about one?

  55. Anonymous says:

    Ever thought about putting these on a map? Would be great!

  56. Shoshana says:

    Greeting from over the ocean. excellent post.

  57. peptide says:

    Very interesting information!Perfect just what I was looking for!

  58. Alan Hirsch says:

    I live around the corner from Las Doritas in Palermo. I went there once in June 2010 during the World Cup (remember all the energy and excitement in the air when Argentina was winning?). I ordered a meal that is hard to mess up–bife de chorizo a punto. What I got was an extremely overcooked bife bien cocido plus. I told the waitress I ordered a punto. She did nothing for me except to acknowledge it was bien cocido. I ate, left no tip, left the place and haven’t been back since. I believe this place is quite customer-service challenged.

  59. Gonorria says:

    This restaurant guide is extremely helpful without a doubt. Relly wonderful.

  60. Maya says:

    Great blog, so completely helpful and really funny! keep posting!

  61. Dan says:

    Great job for this page! you are spot on with these reviews!

  62. melu says:

    Pura vida is now closed. At least the one downtown (although I guess both, actually)

  63. asas says:

    anda a “la soleada” que queda en 11 de septiembre y monroe en belgrano, te lo recomiendo, yo voy todos los dias.

  64. Anonymous says:

    Spring’s rules

  65. Anibal says:

    Solo desearia escribas en español ,para entenderte Me parece bueno tu blogg y la lista de restaurante ,Pero quisiera Comida Griega o Hebrea ¿Pondras algun lugar de ese Tipo …Gracias

    • forkyou says:

      Si, la idea es empezar a escribir en español para que mas gente pueda entenderlo, pero me resulta dificil como tarda mucho mas tiempo escribir en castellano y muchas veces no es tan facil traducirlo.

      Nunca encontré un buen lugar con comida griega. Hay bastante lugares con buena comida arabe o de Armenia, a mi me gusta Al Zein en Las Cañitas, La Crespo en Villa Crespo (comida judia de Nueva York), Alhambra en Palermo Soho, y UGAB club armenio cena los viernes.

  66. Julieta says:

    Tendria que haber leido antes este blog, fui a ACABAR y siii, es horrible!! Tenes que ir a GALIDON, queda en Nuñez (Libertador y Udaondo) , es muy bueno

    • forkyou says:

      Jajaja, si, acabar es lo peor! No entiendo, siempre está lleno de gente comiendo. Un asco total. Galidon es una parrilla, no? Tengo ganas de probarlo!

      • Julieta says:

        Si, es la mejor parrilla que conozco, te recomiendo el Vacio con fritas, las pastas tambien son muy buenas,la ensalada de frutas super fresca. Besos!

  67. HARRISON MARIA says:

    HOLAA ALLIE LAZAR..te invito a nuestra parrilla familiar que se encuentra el la ciudad de Las Flores PCIA DE BSAS RUTA 3 K M 192,500..EL MOLINO .SERAS BIENVENIDA Y ESPERAMOS TU VISITA Y TU CRITICA.BESOS

  68. ariel says:

    muy bueno tu blog quisiera saber que te parecio la comida de la parolaccia y la de la bistecca y que comida comiste

    • forkyou says:

      Hace mucho que no voy a la parolaccia y la bistecca. Solo fui a la Parolaccia y me parecio rico la pasta y postre. La Bistecca, siempre como las ensaladas – me gusta mucho todas las verduras grilladas, berenjenas rellenas con ricotta, morrones asados y parte de fiambres y quesos. Es un buen lugar ir a comer cuando están con un grupo con distintos gustos y todos tienen ganas de comer mucho.

  69. MARIA EMILIA says:

    TE RECOMIENDO EL RESTAURANT Y PARRILLA “LA CHACRA” ES EXCELENTE ESTA UBICADA EL LA AVDA CORDOBA 941 ENTRE SUIPACHA Y CARLOS PELLEGRINI, TE ASEGURO QUE NO TE ARREPENTIRAS TE FELICITO MUY BUENO TU BLOG, MUY BUENA SUERTE Y MUCHISIMOS SALUDOS.

  70. Matias Esusy says:

    I reccomend you Sottovoce at Avenida del Libertador or the one at Puerto Madero and the original one called La Taberna at Lomas de Zamora (cheapear but with the samo menu)

    • forkyou says:

      Sottovoce has been on my list for years, so now I’ll have to check it out – and definitely need to get to La Taberna in Lomas de Zamora

  71. Anonymous says:

    You Should Definitely Visit Mendoza…

  72. Amanda says:

    I appreciate your useful writing. super information. Can you post more??

  73. jorge luis says:

    hola soy jorge esta muy bueno lo que haces seria interesante que recorras toda las provincias de argentina y mostres los restoranes y lugares de argentina, soy de la provincia de san juan departamento de caucete y vivo en mendoza, exelente lo que haces.

    • forkyou says:

      Hola Jorge, gracias por tu comentario! Seria genial recorrer todo el pais, comiendo en todas las provincias. Ahora tengo que encontrar a alguien que podría financiar el proyecto!

  74. Olson says:

    So good to find somebody with unique thoughts on food. Seriously.. many thanks for starting this up. This site is one thing that’s needed as a food blog, someone with a bit of originality!”

  75. Donna says:

    I simply want to tell you that I am very new to blogging and love your blog!

  76. Pinkie says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I’ve truly enjoyed browsing your blog posts!

  77. Marini says:

    Thank you and best of luck!

  78. Jesica says:

    I did a search found nearly all people sending me your blog.

  79. Rich says:

    I’m checking constantly and I am impressed!

  80. Harry says:

    buenos dias acabo de enterarme de tu blog y la verdad es que me parece excelente no sabia de mas personas interesadas en estos temas, aqui tienes un nuevo lector que seguira visitandote a diario.

  81. Pete says:

    found your site on del.icio.us today and really liked it.. i bookmarked it and will be back to check it out some more later

  82. Angie says:

    I don’t even know how I ended up here, but so glad I did. This will be my BA bible… you’re going to a famous blogger if you are not already ;) Cheers!

  83. AnnaBanana says:

    Its like you read my mind! This is fantastic blog!

  84. Mickey says:

    Esto es muy true. Agree with you on almost all of these recommendations

  85. Mike says:

    Hi there, You’ve done an excellent job on the website. I’ll definitely recommend to my friends!

  86. Luisita says:

    Tu bog es impresionante! Gracias. I am an American who has been living (and eating) here for 4 years. I totally agree with your take on most of the restaurants. I manage a “boutique hotel” (for 7 people max) and am always asked “where to go” for this..and that…. I will gladly send any reestaurant info/input to you…that is not already on your blog. :) P.S. Am still personally searching for an AUTHENTIC (not trendy) hole-in-the-wall Mexican restaurant that cooks with SPICES!!!

    • forkyou says:

      great, send those recommendations my way! AND I too am on a search for authentic, good tasting Mexican food. Last week I finally found a place in las cañitas that was decent (better than most places), but they closed down last week. SOOO the hunt continues.

  87. Tato says:

    Helpful info! thanks, awesome blog dude!

  88. Viola says:

    i love this blog. i will be looking forward your next post!

  89. yukariexploresargentina says:

    I’m living in BA for 6 months and have decided to make it my mission to try as many restaurants on your “The Great” list. Thanks for compiling such a useful guide!

  90. le journal du jardin says:

    I just want to thank you for this blog, it’s the best, and i don’t like blogs.

  91. HBAcres says:

    his was our 6th trip to Argentina and we never leave without taking home at least 3kg extra around the belly. We love all the restaurants in all the local barrios but somehow while at home we learned about “closed door” dining. Must say the idea of sitting in some strangers home and eating sounded crazy! Let me say, the first night we went out to try this “closed door” thing, we were blown away, the attention you are afforded is like no restaurant, the look and feel of our first home was amazing and we were served by the chef, owner and sommelier we went for a 3 course dinner and after hearing about their 7 course tasting menu and wine pairings we were sold! we stayed about 3 hours, not because they were slow but because of the attention given to us. I have been an avid traveler since the early 90′s and love to leave the country and experience the world. We have many neighbors that have never left the US and don’t have a global perspective how wonderful the world’s, food and culture can be. We have now gone each night so far of our 6 night stay to “closed door” dinners and have reservations at 3 more. no two are alike but the attention is equal. Now this trip I plan to take home more like 4.5kg around the belly and I will smile while tugging to get my pants buttoned. joke. Don’t miss Casa Coupage or Ocho Once(opened July 2012) hard to find so new there is no “.com” info about it but call 1536145719 or 1551084375

  92. I just want to say I’m all new to blogging and actually enjoyed your blog site. More than likely I’m going to bookmark your blog post . You absolutely come with excellent articles and reviews. Thanks a bunch for sharing your blog.

  93. Eli says:

    Just want to say “gracias” for all the helpful information on your blog. It is my go-to restaurant guide here in BsAs, and I’ve yet to be disappointed when following your recommendations. Plus, you crack me up.
    I have a restaurant that, if you haven’t tried already, you must. It’s called Marita (in Recoleta on Sanchez Bustamente between Las Heras and Pena). The food- fancified Argentine classics; atmosphere-charming Frenchesque dining room, candle light and a live pianist (muy romantico); service- the waitress actually came by the table to ask how our meals were going (!). Prices- very reasonable for the quality of the food and service.
    In addition, the owner is a sommelier and she makes recommendations for wine pairings based on which dishes you order, which I thought was really cool.
    Also, Voila! in Recoleta on Juncal between Bustamente and Austria. French bakery with legit French pastry- croissant, pan au chocolat, macaroons, plus mini-cakes, cupcakes, cheesecakes- a nice break from the world of facturas.

    • brooks@harrisbagley.com says:

      Oh my I am happy to try your recommendation!!! Can’t wait!!! I have been in LOVE with BsAs since 1999 and though I always stayed at the Park Hyatt. The most AMAZING hotel period. And I love all the brick and mortar restaurants, the “closed door” concept has blown me away! I’m off to Jamaica to research new dining options. Thank you for you informative knowledge!!

      Brooks
      Sent via BlackBerry by AT&T

    • forkyou says:

      So happy you’ve found it helpful. I definitely want to check out Marita, is it new? And Voila! sounds delightful.

  94. Luisita says:

    During Tango Week, I went to Boca to visit the Usina del arte (fabulous building)..and luckede out to find one of my NEW favorite restaurants in BA: El Obrero. Huge portions, wonderful (family) staff, Spanish roots, huge varied menu, fairly priced….but a long wait if yo arrive say 9:30pm or later….We got home at 2AM. But filled and happy (take a Radio Taxi). Have gone back for a 2nd try..it is still great!!!! Not as chic-y as Palermo, but lots of fun, with soccer stuff hanging all over and some great hunks of soccer players!
    Abrazo, Luisita

  95. Hola de Paris says:

    Pick up the fork es excelente!!!

  96. Preston says:

    I just want to say I am just newbie to blogs and honestly enjoyed your blog. You surely come with wonderful well written articles.

  97. Haley says:

    Hey I just moved to BA and you’re list is wicked- I’m enjoying munching my way through the city with your help!

  98. Denise says:

    Greetings from across the sea! Great site, love it!

  99. Best Food Blog says:

    You must take part in a contest for one of the best travel food blogs on the web. I will email you the details.

  100. Michelle says:

    Youre so cool! So nice to get somebody with some originality.

  101. Pete says:

    I’m impressed!!! Really informative and a lifesaver!

  102. Leonardo says:

    try kokoro sushi. the best delivery sushi in BA. fancy presentation excellent product and sauces and not really expensive. good discounts if you are a regular client.

    http://www.kokorosushi.com.ar/

  103. Teddy says:

    Woah this blog is fantastic – really saved me!

  104. Moni says:

    Have you been to El buen sabor africano in Villa Crespo? It’s supposed to be the only African food restaurant in BA, pretty interesting, tasty food, quite small so it’s better to book in advance.

  105. From Paris says:

    Great site, keep up the good work!

  106. Andy says:

    Wow, wonderful blog! How long have you been blogging for?

  107. Emi says:

    Muy informativo. Gracias por tomarse el tiempo para compartir su opinión con nosotros.

  108. chrystin says:

    Great blog! There are so many restaurants on your list that I NEED to visit! A few places that I like that I didn’t see on your list: Guerrin (amazing pizza and delicious fried empanadas, and normally I am not a fan of the fried ones), Cadore (great ice cream , especially their dulce de leche bombon), El Imperio del Sabor (although, now I think they changed the name to “origen del sabor”—-canastita gourmet empanadas–list of about 20 or more choices), Nikkei 2020 (has some pretty interesting sushi rolls that are big and cheap and good). That’s all I can think of off the top of my head right now….

  109. chrystin says:

    and Magic Donuts for your weekend (saturday only) donut fix

  110. Mark K says:

    This blog is the best. You have a new fan!

  111. Kevin Vaughn says:

    Thanks for including MASA on your list of puerta cerradas, now you just need to stop by!

  112. Chung Casarz says:

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  113. 模具 says:

    Wow! This can be one particular of the most beneficial Buenos Aires blogs on the food. thanks yous!

  114. Myron says:

    Your writing style is special.

  115. Gregory says:

    I just want to say I don’t read many blogs, but I’m seriously in love with yours.

  116. Raj says:

    Thanks – I followed your guide on my trip to BA and it never failed me. Don’t know what I would have done without this. Next time I’m in town (in May), I’d love to hit you up for a customized tour.

  117. Mike says:

    Hello you have a nice blog over here! Thanks for sharing this interesting information for us! If you keep up this great work I’ll visit your website again. Thanks!

  118. Makena says:

    Muy informativo. Gracias por tomarse el tiempo para compartir su opinión con nosotros.

  119. Taylor says:

    I simply want to tell you really come with tremendous writings. Kudos for sharing with us your blog.

  120. Elaine says:

    Hay algunos puntos interesantes, gracias y queremos más!

  121. Frank Fields says:

    When I first saw this guide I thought you were another know nothing with an annoying blog about food. But MAN was I wrong. Everyone I meet people are recommending pick up the fork, and I tried several of your spots – NAIL ON THE HEAD. And even several of the spots you said were bad but are in the other blogs/guide books – AGAIN, you are right and tell it how it is! I stand corrected.

  122. Luisita says:

    OMG, you are a terrific writer, “spot on”, as someone wrote recently, but all those LBS that are now attached to my hips and other areas……as a result of your great restaurant picks!!!!!….. Yuk! (And yes, I do work out and walk lots….big deal!) Keep them comin´!!!!!

  123. Dorian says:

    Muy buena nota. quería decir que he disfrutado mucho navegando por tu blog.

  124. Matt Good says:

    Wonderful blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers? I’m planning to start my own blog soon but I’m a little lost on everything. Would you recommend starting with a free platform like WordPress or go for a paid option? There are so many choices out there that I’m totally confused .. Any suggestions? Thank you!

  125. Graham says:

    I found this site very funny and I just wanna thank you for that. I hope you keep up the good work!

  126. Nick says:

    If you had to pick a top 3 for lunch and nights for a short visit, do you know what you would pick? Love all types of food, want to avoid tourist traps

    • forkyou says:

      I avoid tourist traps like the clap, unless it has insanely good food. Too hard to do a top list for a short visit, but all the spots on “the best” list will do you no wrong.

  127. Tatiana says:

    Do you know Mamani for peruvian food? its near Abasto shopping. Its very good and if you buy it to take away you have food for a week! the best thing they do is the “pollo a las brasas”

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    Todo lo que publican es interesante. Poseen mucha creatividad. Nunca me aburro con ustedes.

  129. Kenny says:

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