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The best restaurants in

Downtown Buenos Aires

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The best restaurants in Downtown Buenos Aires Filter by location, cuisine and price

Downtown restaurants are uniquely situated to take advantage of thousands of hungry workers that consume lots of coffee and croissants in the mornings and visit downtown restaurants for a quick lunch on weekdays. Many restaurateurs close in the evenings and on weekends. Some some of the best fast-casual restaurants can only be visited during the daylight hours on work days.

But a few of the more astute restaurateurs realize they can capitalize on the large number of hotels in the area to turn a profit in the evening hours.

These are the restaurants in downtown Buenos Aires that we think are worth a visit. They garnered 4 stars or better on our rating scale. You filter the list by restaurant type, price range and cuisine.

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RATING: 94%
Cuisine(s): Peruvian . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
RATING: 92%
Cuisine(s): Italian . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Fast Casual
RATING: 86%
Cuisine(s): French . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet . Cost: $$$$$ . Restaurant type: Formal Dining, Upscale Casual
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Eclectic . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Gastropub
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Cafe
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Japanese . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining
RATING: 80%
Cuisine(s): Asian Cuisine, Chinese, Southeast Asian, Thai, Vietnamese . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining








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Tanta – Buenos Aires

Tanta comes to Buenos Aires. Famed chef Gaston Acurio brings a flavorful and well-executed menu to a sophisticated casual ambience in Buenos Aires.



Bao Kitchen – Buenos Aires

Despite a boring décor and confused waiters, Bao Kitchen offers true-to-form Asian food done better than almost anywhere in the city (except Sunae Asian Bistro). Specialty is steamed buns.



CoRE – Buenos Aires

CoRE serves up fantastic pasta at a great price in an ambiance that’s far superior to most fast-casual restaurants. The only thing missing is the meatball!



Irifune – Buenos Aires

Irifune is one of the better Japanese dining options in Buenos Aire. Try the reasonably priced and beautifully presented sushi-roll platter served on a replica of wooden bridge.



La Galette – Buenos Aires

French! Well, very close, anyway. Both savory and sweet crepes done as authentically as you will find in Buenos Aires. Good salads and a French plate of the week.



Negro – Buenos Aires

Marvin Gaye and a cup of coffee (Ecuadorian, Brazilian origin). Need I say more? Negro (la Cueva de Café) is great place for a cup of java. Locations downtown (Suipacha near Córdoba) and close Plaza San Martín.



Shout – Buenos Aires

This place had a very similar vibe to what you get over at Floreria Atlantico, but with better prices and more room to move around. That’s a plus, especially if you’re claustrophobic.



Tomo I – Buenos Aires

Highly regarded chef Federico Fialayre’s talented staff of cooks creates the closest thing to haute cuisine that can be found in Buenos Aires. The ambiance is a little bit on stale side in this restaurant but the execution was flawless on our recent visit.


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Tanta
Cuisine(s): Peruvian . Rating: 4.6 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Tanta comes to Buenos Aires. Famed chef Gaston Acurio brings a flavorful and well-executed menu to a sophisticated casual ambience in Buenos Aires.




Trapiche Fond de Cave - Distinctively Argentine



Bao Kitchen
Cuisine(s): Asian Cuisine, Chinese, Southeast Asian, Thai, Vietnamese . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

Despite a boring décor and confused waiters, Bao Kitchen offers true-to-form Asian food done better than almost anywhere in the city (except Sunae Asian Bistro). Specialty is steamed buns.




Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau - The Palace Guards are waiting



CoRE
Cuisine(s): Italian . Rating: 4.6 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Fast Casual Summary:

CoRE serves up fantastic pasta at a great price in an ambiance that’s far superior to most fast-casual restaurants. The only thing missing is the meatball!




Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau - The Palace Guards are waiting



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

Irifune is one of the better Japanese dining options in Buenos Aire. Try the reasonably priced and beautifully presented sushi-roll platter served on a replica of wooden bridge.




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La Galette
Cuisine(s): French . Rating: 4.3 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining Summary:

French! Well, very close, anyway. Both savory and sweet crepes done as authentically as you will find in Buenos Aires. Good salads and a French plate of the week.




Trapiche Fond de Cave - Distinctively Argentine



Negro - Buenos Aires
Cuisine(s): Coffee - Bread - Pastries . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$ . Restaurant type: Cafe Summary:

Marvin Gaye and a cup of coffee (Ecuadorian, Brazilian origin). Need I say more? Negro (la Cueva de Café) is great place for a cup of java. Locations downtown (Suipacha near Córdoba) and close Plaza San Martín.




Faena Sunsets



Shout - Buenos Aires
Cuisine(s): Eclectic . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$ . Restaurant type: Casual Dining, Gastropub Summary:

This place had a very similar vibe to what you get over at Floreria Atlantico, but with better prices and more room to move around. That’s a plus, especially if you’re claustrophobic.




Park Hyatt Palacio Duhau - The Palace Guards are waiting



Tomo I
Cuisine(s): Eclectic Gourmet . Rating: 4.0 stars . Cost: $$$$$ . Restaurant type: Formal Dining, Upscale Casual Summary:

Highly regarded chef Federico Fialayre’s talented staff of cooks creates the closest thing to haute cuisine that can be found in Buenos Aires. The ambiance is a little bit on stale side in this restaurant but the execution was flawless on our recent visit.




Berlina Cerveza