Restaurants for Adventure Travelers in Buenos Aires
- 24Costa Rica 5802, 1425 Palermo, Capital Federal, Argentina5 reviews
kitschy, quaint, cool- green bamboo is the most fun way to viet-nom ©. the lights are low (as are you- like, on the floor), but the vibe is high. a great place for a group to share some delicious food and fun drinks.Popular with
- 25San Martín 1015, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina4 reviews
It's a perfect 10. It combines classic argentinian cuisine with some great original touches, so you'll get the best of both worlds. I tried the "Patagonia Clasica" (a six-hour grilled lamb) that just melted in my mouth. The waiter proved to be extremely helpful and gave us some great recommendations. Overall, it is not to be missed.
- 27El Salvador 4618, City of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina4 reviews
Cluny is a beautiful restaurant that is modern, elegant and comfortable with a wonderful menu highlighting Argentinian cuisine in a sophisticated way. We ate there with a large group and everyone loved their food. Some of the dishes like the veal, are really rich and heavy and the bread basket is extremely tempting but it will ruin your appetite. The ...Popular with
- 321799 Calle Gascon, Buenos Aires, Argentina2 reviews
La Choza is a very swanky restaurant in the Palermo Soho area. Their menu is a mix of Italian and Argentine specialties. Service is a bit slow, but friendly. The portions are large, so sharing is a good idea. Plan ahead, as they do get crowded - making reservations might be a good idea.Popular with
- 33Costa Rica 5602, Palermo Hollywood, Buenos Aires
Mirada is a modern, casual take on a Parrilla with all the staff dressed in matching t-shirts. The restaurant has a cool, almost unfinished look to it with an open kitchen on the backside of the restaurant. While I really liked the feel of the restaurant, I thought that the food was under seasoned and that the service could have ...
- 36Arce 306, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal, Argentina
Las Cholas is jampacked almost every night of the week. It serves traditional, Argentine dishes, at reasonable prices and the portions are good. There’s always a queue of people waiting to be seated on the weekends from about 9pm onwards, so get there early as booking is not an option. Locro, a thick, yellow, corn-based stew, is an excellent choice ...Popular with
- 38Fitz Roy 1795, Deseado Argentina
I spent a week in BA and this was my favorite place. The line can be long, but if you can get a table outside its an awesome dining experience. The steaks, caesar salads and wines are all great. This is a must do if you want a great steak dinner and don't want to go to the typical tourist ...
- 39Carlos Calvo 599, Buenos Aires, Argentina1 review
Great, relaxed environment. It was calm and quiet while we were there, ceiling fans spinning provided a great escape from the heat outside. Service was friendly and efficient. Also, quite possibly the best burger I have ever had.Popular with