Both elegant and quaint, the second-floor dining room of this modern French temple to haute cuisine is a spot for the wealthy, both local and visiting. The regularly changing menu is set up as a one- to five-course prix-fixe (with some supplements) of like-sized courses—nothing is specifically appetizer or entrée, it's entirely up to you to design your dinner. The place generates mixed sentiments from diners, who find some dishes to be exquisite and others overwrought.
At lunch it's quiet; at dinner reservations are a must. Expect to shell out a fair amount for a meal, even by international standards.
Pasaje del Correo, Vicente López 1661, Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1018, Argentina
May 24, 2012
Nectarine is one of the finest restaurants in Buenos Aires. The owner and Chef, Rodrigo Sieiro. has learnt from some of the masters cheff in europe and US, such as Alain Ducasse, Charlie Trotter among others. He has the most amazing wine selection, offering wines from the best places in the world. The restaurante is small and in a very secluded passage. Specially for a lovely and romantic dinner or a business meeting. The music is perfect and the
ambient very relaxed. You can choose half portions, which gives you the opportunity to tast more dishes. The menue is very creative and simple.
Apr 15, 2008
A very good restaurant by worldwide standards.
Feb 12, 2007
A little pricey in Argentine terms, but great food nonetheless. Very knowledgable sommelier and excellent service. I had the duck and my wife had the quail. We both had a duck tartar appetizer which tasted fantastic. The bottle of 2004 Alta Vista Grande Malbec Terroir Selection was the perfect choice. Can't wait to go again.