Amoramar hits a home-run across the board. One of the top 3 restaurants in Lima along with Astrid & Gaston and Rafael. All worth a visit.
I was attended to by three brilliant waiters and waitresses, who all speak English quite competently . . . Jason, Anibel and Cindy. Flawless. Truly flawless service.
Fisher’s has a big variety of fresh, quality seafood, prepared about any way you want it. Execution and service are very good. Can get busy, so arrive early.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Hamburgers . Cost: . U.S. based steakhouse chain Capital Grille offers prime aged steaks, seafood and burgers. First-class service in a sophisticated ambience.
A clever name, a comfortable ambiance, and a near-perfect burger and fries make La Xarcutería our top choice for a burger in Bogota.
By the way, these burgers are the same burgers you’d get at the fancy Carnal steakhouse, but the cost is about 40% less. So, unless you’re trying to impress someone by valet parking your Ferrari, best to save your burger urge for Juicy Lucy, the burger joint.
The service was good. And the prices are slightly less at Cancino than Café Toscano. And of course, you have to give it extra points for the plentitude of French bulldogs in the audience.
Capital Grille’s franchise location in Mexico City offers highest-quality steaks and seafood, albeit with a hefty price-tag. It’s “the” place in CDMX to entertain clients.
Chuchito Perez is one of the new breed of upscale Mexican gastropubs offering an interesting fusion of Mexican, Asian and European cuisine to accompany a full range of cocktails and beers.
This dining experience was so bad, in fact, that we’re adding Nicos to our list of overrated restaurants in Mexico City. It can proudly join Maximo Bistrot, and Biko on that list.
It’s puzzling why this restaurant doesn’t receive more praise than it does. It’s easily one of the ten best upscale dining experiences in Mexico City.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Restaurante casual . Hamburgers . Cost: . Burger Bar Joint offers unique burgers, beer and cocktails in a fun “retro” environment with American pop and light rock music. Five locations in CDMX.
The restaurant has received nothing but good press. It was even featured on American chef Rick Bayless’s public television show in the USA, “Mexico, one Plate at a Time”.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Hamburgers . Cost: . We Love Burgers offer handcrafted gourmet burgers. Hot Dogs and all-day breakfast too, including a variety of egg dishes, chilaquiles, waffles and pancake
Great burger. One of the best in the city. Really good service in a pleasant environment. Yes. The burgers at We Love Burgers and Hamburguesa Mataleón are pretty darn good too.
Partners & Brothers specializes in making great gourmet burgers, but they have a menu full of popular finger foods, salads, etc. Now in 4 locations.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Pizzeria . Pizza . Cost: . El Cuatito is true-to-form Porteño. Pizza and quirky décor, the way the locals love it. Almost always a wait for a table because the pizza's so darn good.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . El Mirasol peddles high-quality grilled steaks to the city's elite. The decór is slightly dated, but execution and service are consistently high.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . Campo & Mar puts a unique twist on the Argentine steakhouse by adding grilled seafood to the menu. Execution and service are top-notch.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . Fervor, located directly behind the Alvear Hotel. offers high-quality steaks and above-average service. Be prepared for a wait for a table.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . Campo Bravo targets a young, “jet set” crowd. The ambiance and vibe are more energetic and contemporary than your typical Argentine parilla.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . La Carnicería is the heavy metal version of the Argentine steakhouse. Nothing quite like it in Buenos Aires.
Pani is hit or miss. Pani’s forté is pastries and coffee. Expanded menu with sandwiches, quiche and salads is hit or miss. Service is hit or miss too. They have one of the best salad’s in the city. But one of the worst sandwiches. Our advice. Order the cheesecake or a salad. Skip the rest.
We decided to give the burger at Lobo Café a chance to earn a spot on our top burgers list in Buenos Aires. And guess what. The burger was one of the most unique and tasty burgers we’ve encountered.
Rating: 3.9 Stars . Restaurant Type: Formal Dining . Argentine Grilled Steaks . $$$ . Juana M is a great place for lunch or dinner on a budget. Super place for a salad if happen to be a rabbit.
Nothing groundbreaking on this menu. But excellent execution of the Argentine classics. Pleasant decor and good service.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Gastropub . Barbeque . Cost: . It's Rock & Ribs. Texas-style smoked ribs, pulled pork sandwich, a great burger. They even have a top-notch salad and a veggie-burger.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . La Brigada is the quintessential Argentine parilla. The real deal. Great service and huge, juicy steaks is what La Brigada is all about.
Excellent renditions of middle-eastern cuisine at reasonable prices make Sarkis the most popular ethnic cuisine restaurant in Buenos Aires. What its lacking in decor and average service, it makes up for with a creative menu full of classic Armenian recipes.
Recently remodeled. One of only a handful of restaurants in Buenos Aires specializing in seafood. Updated menu emphasizes sushi. Nice decor. Good service.
We don’t normally like “old-school”. But the Lomito Porteño sandwich at La Rambla in Recoleta is about as old-school at it gets. Old-school delicious!
A pastrami sandwich that rivals the deli classic at Katz’s in New York City? Yep. It’s that good!
NOLA’s fried-chicken sandwich is crispy, crunchy, creative goodness on a bun. Cajun fried chicken comes to Buenos Aires.
The pernil sandwich at the Caracas Bar is very, very good. If the dance floor is full of sexy latinas shakin’ it while you’re eatin’ that sandwich that’s just the icing on the cake.
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.
Ollie O’s choice for lounging with a cup of coffee in Palermo Soho. 100% Colombian coffee. 100% Argentine beef in the burger. It’s 100% “Go!”
A sleek, modern take on the classic café, with a Colombian theme. Full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu. The restaurant is usually full with a crowd ranging from 18 to 80 years old.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Gastropub . German . Cost: . Grüner Hof Biergarten is Mexico City's take on a German beer garden. A unique menu with food from all over the world. Fabulous open-air rooftop location.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Gastropub . Eclectic . Cost: . Antares is a microbrewery-style brewpub with multiple locations in Buenos Aires, and Argentina. Menu has a wide variety of reasonably priced food.
Gran Bar Danzon has been the premier bar and restaurant in Buenos Aires for a decade. Drinks, dinner, or both. No better location than Gran Bar Danzon.
Good traditional breakfast menu in an otherwise ordinary restaurant. Reasonable prices. Worth a visit if your close but not a trip across town. The Huevos Encamisados are a good choice for breakfast.
Hey. They serve Eggs Benedict (sort of) and French Toast. That’s reason enough for a visit. Pleasant ambiance. Good service.
Yo from Looziana? Yo luv it. Yo not from Looziana? Yo still luv it. Best sandwich in town. Yo only live once. Go for the PICANTE sauce.
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.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Eclectic . Cost: . Club Social is a great place for breakfast in Buenos Aires. But only on weekends. Eggs Benedict? They have it!
El Federal is comfort food, Argentine-style. Indigenous ingredients prepared in creative ways. Unfortunately, ambiance and service don’t live up to the food. Reasonable prices for such good food make El Federal worth a visit. We just wish they’d paint the place.
A laid-back, scaled-down version of an Argentina steakhouse, with loft-style decor. Grilled steaks and veggies. Friendly staff and consistent execution make Brasero Atlántico a great choice for a steak in a casual, comfortable setting. Walking distance from the Sofitel and Four Seasons in Retiro.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Eclectic . Cost: . Club Social bridges the gap between what “used to be” and what “is” in Buenos Aires. A pleasant ambiance, modern menu and consistent execution.
Excellent food and service. A creative menu. A top choice for upscale casual dining in Recoleta.
Papa Bill’s. Mexico City’s most notable sports bar/restaurant. Shows both American and Latin sports on big screens. Menu is loaded with American and Mexican sports bar classics, from hot wings to tacos. Good food and service. The Polanco location is family friendly with a special area with supervision for the little ones. Great concept, well executed.
Pata Negra, with locations in La Condesa, Cuauhtémoc, Centro and Coyoacan, offers Spanish pixtos and tapas, and an impressive offering of beers and cocktails, making it a ComaBeba.com top-pick in the gastropub category in Mexico City.
Fiebre de Malta with locations in Polanco and Cuauhtémoc (Río Lerma), offers the widest variety of beer in Mexico City, accompanied by good food and service. A beer lover’s paradise.
Hooters in Mexico City serves the same iconic hot wings and has the same trademark service as the 460 plus other locations worldwide. The entire package is good enough to land Hooters on our list of Top Picks for gastropubs in Mexico City. The chicken sandwich also made Top Picks status on our Best Sandwich in Mexico City list.
Le Ble has lots of options for breakfast including a full-blow American breakfast with sausage, bacon and eggs. Hit or miss so read the full review.
The Americano! It’s a toasted slice of white bread, with a few thick slices of pancetta, and a big hash-brown patty, crowned by one fried egg, sunny side up. The coffee is good and the service is always friendly and efficient.
Yauss, is quirky, like everything in San Telmo. But quirky in a good way. Good place for breakfast, waffles and eggs. Jury’s still out on the tapas.
La Unica has a nice ambiance, good food and friendly, attentive service. It’s a great place to watch the trendy crowd come and go. A bit expensive though.
A pleasant terrace overlooking the park, flawless service and wide range of breakfast items on the menu, including eggs done every way imaginable, make Casa Portuguesa Ollie O’s favorite spot for brunch on a Sunday morning in Mexico City.
Eno lives up to its good reputation. Pleasant ambiance. Varied menu with reasonable price. Hard to beat the place for breakfast.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Bread-Pastries . Cost: . One of Ollie O's favorites for breakfast in Buenos Aires. Eggs Benedict, omeletes, pancakes and waffles. All in a pleasant ambiance.