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: . 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: . 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 & 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: . La Carnicería is the heavy metal version of the Argentine steakhouse. Nothing quite like it in Buenos Aires.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A pastrami sandwich that rivals the deli classic at Katz’s in New York City? Yep. It’s that good!
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.
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 . 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.
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.
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!
More appropriate to call this place Italian Coffee Company. No drip here. Only an espresso machine spewing out nothing but Italian roasted Illy. Better than Cabrales I suppose. Cool trendy, decor. Not sure why so many old ladies are in the place. They must like the Illy coffee and the alfajores.
Gourmet Peruvian-Asian Fusion in a casual, contemporary setting. Outstanding execution. Unique variations on Peruvian classics. Excellent Service. Olaya is not cheap. One of the more expensive restaurants in this part of the city. But they have a mid-day three course menu that is heavily discounted. Don’t let the fact that there are no lines to get in deceive you.
Gourmet Bistro. Nice ambiance. Better than average service. Near perfect execution of each element of the meal and very reasonable prices.
Choose from an 8 or 10 course tasting menu with our without wine pairing. No a la carte menu. Humble surroundings but creative and well executed multi-course menu.
American-Style Bistro similar to Hillstone / Houston’s restaurants in the states. Polished stone and stained wood decor. Has the feel of nice casino restaurant in Vegas. Busy place. Almost always a wait for table. Pork ribs were great. Super-tasty sauce. Burger was okay …. but only okay. Pretty expensive but worth a visit for the ribs.
Small restaurant. But packs a big punch with excellent food and service. The perfect neighborhood bistro but worth a drive from adjoining barrios. It was that good.
Fairly authentic Mexican recipes in an upscale restaurant in a beautiful old building in Palermo Soho. Friendly and efficient service. Very enjoyable. Perhaps our favorite spot of Mexican food in BA.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Eclectic . Cost: . Get over to Peron, Peron, order up the Oso Buco on the polenta and be prepared to feel wonderful about how you spent your money.
Outstanding food in stark but tastefully decorated restaurant. Sommelier will show you the wine collection and provide information about the region, the grape variety and vintage of each wine. We really enjoyed this outing and think you will as well.
Brandon has a nice contemporary decor, a young well-trained staff and a short but well executed menu. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. You’d think you were in the USA. It’s got that feel to it. An excellent place for breakfast. Yes. They have eggs. But prices are bit steep, even for Palermo Hollywood
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Casual Dining . Eclectic Gourmet . Cost: . Scaled-down version of chef Aramburu's flagship restaurant featuring molecular gastronomy and sous vide techniques. Fabulous! And reasonably priced.
Young, talented chefs dishing out some high-quality and interesting food. The decor is a bit of a mess. Service was good but certainly not world-class.
The most authentic of all the Mexican food restaurants we’ve visited. Spicy and delicious food. Reasonably priced. Margarita was small, but very good. But no Mexican brews. But ambiance and service were somewhat lacking. This place is about the food.