Buenos Aires Restaurants

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  • 1. Astor, Manduque Porteño

    $$$ | Belgrano | Argentine

    The name—which means, more or less, "the way locals eat"—may be a bit of a misnomer, because this restaurant doesn't serve anything that you...Read More

  • 2. El Sanjuanino

    $$ | Recoleta | Argentine

    Tourists from the nearby hotels flock to this Northern Argentine regional spot, but you'll definitely also see lots of locals, particularly...Read More

  • 3. Adentro Dinner Club

    $$$$ | Palermo Soho | Argentine

    Realizing that not every visitor to Buenos Aires has friends or family to invite them to an asado , the traditional backyard barbecue, Colorado...Read More

  • 4. Artemisia

    $$ | Palermo | Vegetarian

    In a city known for its steak and potatoes, vegetarians generally have to make do with salads, pastas, and pizzas to get by. That’s slowly changing...Read More

  • 5. Café San Juan

    $$$ | San Telmo | Argentine

    When famed "anti-chef" Leandro Cristóbal decided to return to his roots, he dropped his trademark modern cuisine in favor of huge platters of...Read More

  • 6. Club Eros

    $ | Palermo Soho | Argentine

    Known for its no-frills decor, this Palermo Soho stalwart is where generations of locals have been coming to dine. It's located inside a soccer...Read More

  • 7. Dadá

    $$$ | Retiro | Eclectic

    Pop-art posters add some flair to this foodie favorite. With a short but creative menu, this spot serves some of the most interesting food to...Read More

  • 8. Due Resto Café

    $$ | Barrio Norte | Mediterranean

    This place may resemble a neighborhood coffee shop where folks are just sitting, sipping coffee, and reading the newspaper. But check out the...Read More

  • 9. El Estanciero

    $$$ | Las Cañitas | Steakhouse

    This steak house perfectly captures the vibrancy of Las Cañitas—even on weekdays, when you can see couples and groups heading in the door as...Read More

  • 10. El Palacio de la Papa Frita

    $$ | Centro | Argentine

    No frills doesn't mean no charm at this longtime porteño favorite. Steaks, pastas, and salads are the draw, but don't miss the papas soufflés...Read More

  • 11. El Trapiche

    $$$ | Palermo Hollywood | Argentine

    This eatery's design aesthetic—a bare, unadorned space illuminated with industrial lighting—doesn't translate to the dishes, which, while not...Read More

  • 12. Juana M

    $$$ | Retiro | Steakhouse

    It's the salad bar that brings in the crowds—nowhere else in town will you find one this extensive, or one that offers unlimited trips. But...Read More

  • 13. La Biela

    $$$ | Recoleta | Argentine

    When the weather cooperates, locals and tourists mix and mingle at La Biela's outdoor tables—this despite the fact that there's a higher charge...Read More

  • 14. Lai-Lai

    $ | Belgrano | Chinese

    While the city's Chinatown is not all that big, it does have its fair share of notable eateries. Lai-Lai stands out for its varied menu, combining...Read More

  • 15. Las Cuartetas

    $$ | Centro | Pizza

    Not known for its decor, this simple spot with tightly packed tables and fluorescent lights is filled with locals who love the coal-fired deep...Read More

  • 16. Lelé de Troya

    $$$ | Palermo Soho | Mediterranean

    Somewhere Over the Rainbow" seems to be playing in the background as you enter this boldly colored space. Five rooms—four of them decked out...Read More

  • 17. Lotus Neo Thai

    $$$$ | Belgrano | Thai

    Like the proverbial tortoise, Buenos Aires's first Thai restaurant has kept a slow, steady pace and outlasted all its Southeast Asian competitors...Read More

  • 18. María Félix

    $$$ | Palermo Soho | Mexican

    The porteño aversion to anything spicy means there's just not a lot of demand for authentic Mexican fare. But María Félix probably comes the...Read More

  • 19. Mark's Deli & Coffee House

    $$ | Palermo Soho | American

    When you hear the term deli, you may think double-decker sandwiches laden with smoked and cured meats, but this place is more California than...Read More

  • 20. Morelia

    $$ | Las Cañitas | Pizza

    Long before grilled pizza became commonplace elsewhere, it was already part of the local tradition, where pizza dough was tossed on the grill...Read More

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