Buenos Aires Restaurants
My friends and I randomly decided to eat here on a weekday evening as we were walking around Puerto Madero. Happening is a very formal restaurant with crisp white linens, long-stem wine glasses and a formally dressed wait staff. All 5 of us ordered different dishes from pastas and lasagna to steak and everything was incredible, but the highlight was ...
A friend recommended El Obrero as a traditional parilla without a lot of tourist traffic and with a lot of atmosphere. I'm a vegetarian so I just had a pasta dish, which was nothing exciting, but my steak-loving husband adored this place. It's a bit off the beaten path and our cab driver had a hard time figuring out exactly ...
The Sottovoce Restaurant is located in the Puerto Madero restaurant area, and it is quite simply it serves the best Italian food in Buenos Aires! The Melanzana (eggplant) is simply the best I've had in the Western Hemisphere (I had the best ever in Milan).Popular withFoodies
Gioia is an Italian luxury restaurant located inside the Hyatt Park Buenos Aires hotel. You can seat inside or outside right next to the hotel's patio, which is beautiful, like gardens from a palace. The restaurant is located in a really expensive and luxury neighborhood from Buenos Aires, so you can imagine this restaurant menu is not the exception, prices ...Popular withBusinessFoodiesLuxury
We wound up here because we were starving and Lonely Planet had recommended it. And indeed, the food was good – at the waiter's recommendation, we ordered the meat ravioli and the green taglioni stuffed with cheese. However, we both wound up feeling like the place was overpriced – the 13-per-person table service charge also seemed kind of extreme (the ...
After escaping the madness of Calle Florida, I was looking for place for a nice lunch. Torcuato y Regina, which overlooks Plaza San Martin, was just what I needed. It is Argentine/Italian restaurant with casual food and a helpful staff. Just add some vino for a relaxing afternoon.