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: . La Carnicería is the heavy metal version of the Argentine steakhouse. Nothing quite like it in Buenos Aires.
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: 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.
Sterling service, a superior steak, all the fixins in a bustling and pleasant atmosphere make La Cabrera one of your best, if not the best, option for a steak in Buenos Aires.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . If you only have one night to eat out at an authentic Argentine steakhouse, do it here. High quality, thick-cut steaks.
Sophisticated and more modern than the typical Argentine steakhouse. Nice decor. Located in Puerto Madero overlooking the boardwalk. Typically good food and even better service. We tried a hamburger at lunch made from some lean cut of meat. Poor choice. They should stick to the strip steaks and rib-eyes.
A reasonably priced menu, the descent quality of food they dish out, and a comfortable atmosphere for dining will keep Calden of Soho at the top of the list of the best steakhouses in Buenos Aires and will continue to make it a favorite with locals in neighboring Palermo.
Wildly popular steakhouse. Almost always a wait for a table at both lunch and dinner. How do they do it? Nice ambiance. Great for people watching. And it’s cheap. Not good quality but apparently that’s not important the to hordes of locals and tourists that make this place one of the most popular restaurants in the city.
No cliche Estancia decor in this more modern take on the Argentine steakhouse. Slightly higher quality steaks than nearby Las Cabras but more expensive too. Suffers from a lack of creativity. I almost fell asleep eating my steak.
Quirky. Busy. Fun. Higher quality steaks than nearby Las Cabras and easier to get a table. When it’s busy service can falter. Hungry? Try the veal ribs with french fries. One order is easily enough for two. Unless of course you’re a bear or mountain lion.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . The gold standard for Argentine steakhouses. If money is no object, opt for the Wagyu. Otherwise look at more reasonably priced alternative.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . The quintessential, high-end, Argentine steakhouse. Pricey but not as pricey as competitor Cabaña Las Lilas a few doors down the boardwalk.
Minga is an Argentine steakhouse with a more contemporary atmosphere but a fairly typical menu. There were some lapses in execution on a recent visit.
Rating: Stars . Restaurant Type: Steakhouse . Grilled Steaks . Cost: . Le Grille is a modern and more elegant take on the traditional Argentine steakhouse. Dry-aged beef, yet more reasonably priced than nearby competitors.
A unique take on an Argentine steakhouse. The dining room is adorned with album covers from British and American pop/rock classics. Interesting place. Friendly staff. Good food and service at a reasonable price. Worth a visit.
Steaks & Pasta This place takes the quintessential steak- and pasta-centric menu and dresses it up in lipstick and a petty coat (not literally, of course). The result is the Polo themed, rich-man’s version of the classic Porteño Bodegón. We always order one of the house specialties that has a steak and a tasty side-dish that’s not french fries. Definitely worth a visit.
The Four Seasons’ Elena restaurant offers a rustic take on Nouvelle Cuisine with high-end steak offerings (which is of course mandatory in Argentina). Meticulously trained chefs and waiters mean consistent, high quality execution and service. Only one thing missing. A personality to call its own.