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The Best Restaurants in Belgrano

The Barrio of Belgrano is the last of the barrios lying within the city limits of Buenos Aires along the northern corridor. It’s less densely populated and has a considerably more “suburban” personality than nearby Palermo and Recoleta. The dining options may be slightly less plentiful and varied, but there are still many excellent restaurants in Belgrano, including some of the most diverse and unique in the city’s China Town, located in this barrio.

You’ll find a bit of everything in Belgrano so you might want to filter the list by cuisine or other restaurant characteristics to find the exact type of restaurant your looking for.

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1810 Regional - Buenos Aires
Cuisine(s): Argentine . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Pleasant “museum” ambiance with array of well-executed local dishes. Try the stew sampler. Your choice of three.



El Pobre Luís
Cuisine(s): Grilled Steaks . Rating: 4.4 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Steakhouse Summary:

El Pobre Luís isn’t La Brigada. And it isn’t La Cabrera. It’s arguably better. Because it’s received less publicity there’s less hoopla, less arrogance, and shorter lines to get in. Very good service. A great ambience. And some super-duper steaks. Perhaps our favorite steakhouse in Buenos Aires!



Dashi
Cuisine(s): Japanese . Rating: 3.9 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Dashi offers an upscale mix of Japanese and Chinese cuisine, neither executed much better than average. Service follows suit.



Páru Inkas Sushi & Grill
Cuisine(s): Peruvian . Rating: 4.2 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Upscale Casual Summary:

Páru Inkas, despite a pricey menu, is the best option in Belgrano and Recoleta for Peruvian Nikkei cuisine. Sleek decor. Good service. Well-executed menu.



El Sanjuanino
Cuisine(s): Argentine . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

El Sanjuanino is a favorite of Porteños and tourists alike, with quirky nostalgic décor and a wide variety of well-executed traditional regional menu items. Don’t miss the house wine served in a traditional pingüino decanter.



Chef Leon
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe, Casual Dining Summary:

Chef Leon, with locations in Las Cañitas and Belgrano, has a small, but unique menu, well-executed. Better than average service. Good French toast!



Jolie Bistro
Cuisine(s): Eclectic . Rating: 3.9 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Interesting menu including breakfasts with eggs. Erratic service and execution of the menu. Belgrano location seems more consistent and more popular.



Cucina Paradiso
Cuisine(s): Italian . Rating: 4.4 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Casual Italian cuisine for trattoria lovers. Mostly pastas and risottos, well-executed in a pleasant atmosphere. About as authentic as you’ll find in the Buenos Aires. Reasonably priced.



Narda Comedor
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet . Rating: 4.4 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

An ultra-casual dining experience in a cheery and comfortable ambiance with good service and a menu full of interesting dishes that are well-executed. albeit served with a lofty price-tag.



Le Pain Quotidien
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries, French . Rating: 4.4 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Cafe, Casual Dining Summary:

For coffee, breakfast, lunch, afternoon merienda, or dinner, Le Pain Quotidien is a smart choice.



Sucre
Cuisine(s): Argentine, Eclectic Gourmet . Rating: 4.3 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Upscale Casual Summary:

Celebrity chef Fernando Trocca has been pleasing diners for years in this trendy restaurant with both excellent food and service. Undoubtedly one of the top five dining experiences in Buenos Aires.



Möoi
Cuisine(s): Eclectic . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Möoi offers a creative menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner items, typically well-executed. One of the best casual dining options in Buenos Aires.



Pura Tierra
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet . Rating: 4.3 stars . Cost: $$$$ . Restaurant type: Upscale Casual Summary:

In a country dominated by grilled beef, Chef Martin Molteni’s use of a clay oven makes Pura Tierra a unique find. It’s a top-10 restaurant in Buenos Aires.