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. Bardot

    $$$ | Palermo Soho | Peruvian

    Peruvian fusion cuisine is all the rage these days, but not everyone is looking to blend Japanese and Peruvian fare. In Bardot's sizzling lounge...Read More

  • 3. Chira

    $$$ | Palermo Soho | Peruvian

    While Nikkei cuisine is taking Argentina by storm, some chefs have realized that Japanese isn't the only cuisine that pairs with the explosive...Read More

  • 4. Don Julio

    $$$ | Palermo Soho | Steakhouse

    Behind an unassuming facade, one of Palermo's best steak houses features cowhide tablecloths, wagon-wheel lighting fixtures, and rows and rows...Read More

  • 5. Las Pizarras Bistró

    $$$ | Palermo | Eclectic

    Quirky and kitschy, this 40-seat hole-in-the-wall looks like any of hundreds of other neighborhood hangouts throughout the city. But take a...Read More

  • 6. Restó

    $$$ | Recoleta | Argentine

    This place became famous when it was run by founder Maria Barrutia, and on and off it was a popular destination for local foodies over the years...Read More

  • 7. Bella Italia

    $$$ | Palermo Botánico | Italian

    One of the first Italian restaurants in Palermo Botánico, Bella Italia is the cornerstone of what has become the city's quasi-official Little...Read More

  • 8. Bengal

    $$$ | Retiro | Eclectic

    Stepping into the wood-paneled dining room, with tables draped in white linens and a ceiling tented with a colorful carpet, you may feel like...Read More

  • 9. Brasserie Petanque

    $$$ | San Telmo | French

    One of the few—if not the only—classic French brasseries in Buenos Aires, Petanque is a place to drop in, enjoy hearty French fare, and wash...Read More

  • 10. Bruni

    $$$ | Belgrano | Italian

    This elegant corner Italian restaurant features wraparound windows overlooking Parque Paseo de las Americas was one of the first spots to bring...Read More

  • 11. BuddhaBA

    $$$ | Belgrano | Asian

    In the heart of the city's Chinatown, BuddhaBA is part pan-Asian restaurant, part tranquil garden, and part art gallery. The service is understated...Read More

  • 12. Buller Brewing Company

    $$$ | Recoleta | American

    Smack in the middle of the touristy Village Recoleta strip, Buller is the city's first microbrewery. Turning out an impressive seven different...Read More

  • 13. 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

  • 14. 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

  • 15. El Cuartito

    $$$ | Centro | Pizza

    Founded in 1934, this icon of porteño pizza tugs at the heartstrings of locals, who get misty-eyed when they think about the fresh tomato sauce...Read More

  • 16. 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

  • 17. El Federal

    $$$ | Retiro | Argentine

    An homage to the rugged terrain of the Argentine wilds, every surface in this downtown eatery seems to be rough wood or tanned leather. Chef...Read More

  • 18. El Globo

    $$$ | Centro | Spanish

    Much like the neighborhood in which it resides, El Globo is touristy but good. Hearty pucheros (mixed boiled meat dinners), roast suckling...Read More

  • 19. El Imparcial

    $$$ | Centro | Spanish

    This is the city's oldest restaurant, dating back to the 1860s. The name, which translates as "impartial," was meant to offer up neutral territory...Read More

  • 20. El Obrero

    $$$ | La Boca | Steakhouse

    You'll half expect sawdust on the floor and a saloon fight to break out when you walk into this old-time steak house just off the docks of La...Read More

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