11 fantastic Restaurants in Buenos Aires

12th June 2018 Destinations

Dear Turtles,

Buenos Aires is known as the most European town of the Americas. Famous for its meat, it also offers a wide range of food from all around the world!

Our incredible community of super-travellers has recommended their favourite restaurants on the app. So go and try them out and repost them if you agree they are the best!

– Brunch, lunch, crunch – 

Croque Madame

@nadephe

“Croque madame, lovely lunch spot in the sun, opposite MALBA.”

Café San Juan - La Cantina

@fab

“Brunch, brunch, brunch.
Idéal in San Telmo. A nice place after spending time in the flea market.”

Dandy

@Toti

“Reliable and trendy spot in BA for breakfast, lunch or dinner.”

Ninina

@Céleste

“Perfect brunch place in Palermo with a menu that’s adaptable to any situation, hangover or healthy!”

– Meat lovers paradise –

Don Julio Parrilla

@fab

“Don Julio in Palermo Buenos Aires, an institution for meat lovers. Meat, meat and only meat (with great Argentinian wines).”

La Cabrera Parrilla Palermo

@Lea

“Simply speaking, the most amazing meat I have ever eaten. It is a bit touristy but who cares, the food is simply delicious. Book in advance so you won’t have to queue.”

– Other night-outs & cuisines –

Proper

@melibearock

“Delicious little dishes! My favorite restaurant in Buenos Aires!”

Casa Cavia

@Lea

“Great restaurant, and great service. We were unlucky with the weather and had to eat inside but the courtyard is the place to be!”

Sunae Asian Cantina

@fab

“Great Asian experience in Buenos Aires. Food tastes from everywhere in Southeast Asia.”

Ávila

@Celeste

“Simply one of the best dining experiences in Buenos Aires. If you like flamenco, only with locals, and lots of food (no menu) then this is your place. Better on Thursdays and Fridays. Make sure you book.”

Crizia Restaurant Grill Bar

@fab

“In Argentina, you don’t have so many opportunities for oysters. Here is the place for you. Highly recommended: champagne oysters!! And the pasta with St Jacques.”

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