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Top Restaurants in Buenos Aires - Your Favourite Buenos Aires Restaurants

  • When eating out in Buenos Aires you will find a whole host of cuisine on offer and eating out is a popular thing to do.

    To find out where to eat in Buenos Aires, we asked you to tell us about your favourite Buenos Aires restaurants over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...

  • La Cabrera

    Hayley Breckon says:

    La Cabrera! Delicious!

    Pablo Hatcherian says:

    La Cabrera!

    Kieran Fitzgerald says:

    La Cabrera, although looks like I should have tried El Desnivel.

    Kaan Sarac says:

    La Cabrera.

    Ruth Hickey says:

    La Cabrera in Palermo for sure!!

    Ronan Smyth says:

    La Cabrera was a big let down for me. Had a way better steak and wine in Salta. But still very good.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This is a popular restaurant in Buenos Aires that offers a great selection of food and drinks. It is renowned for its selection of meat dishes and their excellent cooking. It’s always busy so get there early or book ahead.

    Location: Cabrera 5099

    Opening hours: Fri - Mon: 12.30pm to 4.30pm, Mon - Thurs: 8.30pm - 1am, Fri - Sun: 8.30pm - 2am

  • El Desnivel

    Gabriela Novaes Godoi says:

    I love Desnivel in San Telmo! They have such a great food!

    Antonio Schillagi says:

    "El Desnivel"... by far... amazing. La provoleta, las mollejas...I want some now!

    Anna Maria Marsden says:

    Desnivel the best steak I have had. Ate there every night!

    Noémi Fischer says:

    El Desnivel, San Telmo. Best steak ever!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is a popular choice for both locals and tourists because of the cheap food on offer here. El Desnivel is a grill restaurant with a whole host of meat dishes on offer at great prices. A must visit when eating out in Buenos Aires.

    Location: San Telmo

    Opening hours: Daily noon-4pm and 8pm-1am

  • Pura Vida

    María Laura Bozzo says:

    Pura Vida

    Hostelworld.com says:

    If you’re looking to eat healthy in Buenos Aires then make sure you visit Pura Vida. There’s a great range of smoothies, juices and foods on offer that are all made using high quality ingredients.

    Location: Reconquista 516

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm

  • Osaka

    Victoria Castellazzi says:

    Osaka...by far.

    Agbolagorite Olubayo says:

    I'll go for Osaka, lol!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This fusion restaurant has become a popular pick for those looking for Asian cuisine with a Peruvian twist. You can choose from a great range of sushi, soups, fish dishes and more along with a delightful drinks menu.

    Location: Palermo

    Opening hours: Open for lunch and dinner

  • Mash

    Kim Boring says:

    Mash was surprisingly good. The curry was fantastic and talking to the proprietor was a lot of fun. This Indian restaurant was a nice change and was probably the best Indian I've had anywhere.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This is a cosy but fun curry house in Buenos Aires renowned for its great dishes and friendly atmosphere. Worth a visit it you’re in the mood for a curry dish.

    Location: San Telmo

  • Casa Cruz

    Danielle Oliveira says:

    Casa Cruz! One of the best restaurants I’ve been in my life!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Casa Cruz is one of Buenos Aires chicest restaurants so make sure you reserve a table if you want to dine here. The interior is beautiful and tasteful, but make sure you don’t walk past it as there is no sign but enormous brass doors instead.

    Location: At Honduras, Palermo

    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8:30pm-3am

  • El Mirasol

    Markus Lüthi says:

    I loved El Mirasol @ Puerto Madryn ... great food!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    El Mirasol restaurants can be found around the city. They are a popular steakhouse where they use the highest quality of Argentine meat.

    Location: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 202, Puerto Madero plus other venues around the city.

  • La Brigada

    Adam Chequer says:

    La Brigada, San Telmo. Steak. Wine. Awesome!

    Silvio Hugo Saavedra Martinez says:

    La Brigada, San Telmo. Best Bife de Chorizo.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Brigada is regarded as one of the best ‘parrillas’ in San Telmo. There’s a great atmosphere here along with a menu full of the best Argentinian dishes around.

    Location: Estados Unidos 465

  • Siga La Vaca

    Bárbara Gutierrez says:

    Siga La Vaca.

    Adam Bernard says:

    Siga La Vaca!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Siga La Vaca literally means ‘Follow the Cow’ and here you can sample some of Buenos Aires’ best meat dishes. And better still, you can sample as much as you like as it’s an all you can eat restaurant, or as they are called here, ‘tenedor libre’ or ‘free fork’.

    Location: Alicia Moreau de Justo 1714

  • Rio Alba

    Col Lin says:

    Rio Alba in Palermo. Best Lomo steaks in the world! Ask for Pepe!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Rio Alba is a popular Argentinean steakhouse that’s always busy with locals and tourists. It is on the higher end of the price scale when it comes to Buenos Aires restaurants but the food is worth the prices.

    Location: Calle Cervino 4499

  • Cabaña Las Lilas

    Eric Goepfert says:

    Las Lilas by far! Best steaks, appetizers and huge wine selection. They give you a free plate of cheeses and meats to get started that would easily have a $20 value in the states. This is my #1 place in BA .

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This waterfront restaurant isn’t exactly cheap by Buenos Aires standards, however the food on offer is outstanding. The beef on the menu was raised on the restaurants very own ranch and is complimented by an extensive wine menu.

    Location: Avenida Alicia Moreau de Justo 516

  • Kansas

    Luciana Wallach says:

    Kansas en el Hipodromo de Palermo!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Kansas is a modern American style restaurant with a couple of locations around Buenos Aires. These are popular restaurants with a lively atmosphere and a great selection of food. The menu offers burgers, salads, sandwiches and more, all with an American influence.

    Location: Palermo

  • Club Eros

    Graeme Feld says:

    Club Eros, Uriarte 1609 - the old social club in Palermo. Good food, cheap and eat with locals in a rare traditional Portenos restaurant. The food isn't the best or the menu the most extensive, but it is an authentic piece of BsAs dining experience. Regularly go there when in town and enjoy it every time.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is basically a dining room attached to a football club but has a cult following with both young and old in Palermo. The food on offer here is beautiful and at rock bottom prices.

    Location: Uriarte 1609, Palermo Soho

    Opening hours: Daily lunch & dinner after 8:30pm

  • And many more...

    Emma Tilley says:

    ?Aww I can't remember the name! It was on the river. The steak was fantastic and the wine list was a book!

    Brenda Raez Solari says:

    ?El Clarks en Recoleta es maravilloso! La parrilla Recoleta VIP y un Malbec Luíggi Bosca una tarde soleada de Otoño no tiene precio!

    My Destination says:

    ?Tough call- but we're going to say Barbería in La Boca!

    Maria Castro says:

    ?Restaurante Tomo 1 é o melhor de Buenos Aires. Instalado no Hotel Panamericano, a poucos passos do Obelisco.È um ótimo endereço para fugir das parrillas experimentando uma comida realmente argentina.

    Aunty Em says:

    ?Calabria in Palermo! Arrive late and get social with drinks on the street pre-meal

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  • When eating out in Buenos Aires you will find a whole host of cuisine on offer and eating out is a popular thing to do.

    To find out where to eat in Buenos Aires, we asked you to tell us about your favourite Buenos Aires restaurants over at our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...

  • La Cabrera

    Hayley Breckon says:

    La Cabrera! Delicious!

    Pablo Hatcherian says:

    La Cabrera!

    Kieran Fitzgerald says:

    La Cabrera, although looks like I should have tried El Desnivel.

    Kaan Sarac says:

    La Cabrera.

    Ruth Hickey says:

    La Cabrera in Palermo for sure!!

    Ronan Smyth says:

    La Cabrera was a big let down for me. Had a way better steak and wine in Salta. But still very good.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This is a popular restaurant in Buenos Aires that offers a great selection of food and drinks. It is renowned for its selection of meat dishes and their excellent cooking. It’s always busy so get there early or book ahead.

    Location: Cabrera 5099

    Opening hours: Fri - Mon: 12.30pm to 4.30pm, Mon - Thurs: 8.30pm - 1am, Fri - Sun: 8.30pm - 2am

  • El Desnivel

    Gabriela Novaes Godoi says:

    I love Desnivel in San Telmo! They have such a great food!

    Antonio Schillagi says:

    "El Desnivel"... by far... amazing. La provoleta, las mollejas...I want some now!

    Anna Maria Marsden says:

    Desnivel the best steak I have had. Ate there every night!

    Noémi Fischer says:

    El Desnivel, San Telmo. Best steak ever!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is a popular choice for both locals and tourists because of the cheap food on offer here. El Desnivel is a grill restaurant with a whole host of meat dishes on offer at great prices. A must visit when eating out in Buenos Aires.

    Location: San Telmo

    Opening hours: Daily noon-4pm and 8pm-1am

  • Pura Vida

    María Laura Bozzo says:

    Pura Vida

    Hostelworld.com says:

    If you’re looking to eat healthy in Buenos Aires then make sure you visit Pura Vida. There’s a great range of smoothies, juices and foods on offer that are all made using high quality ingredients.

    Location: Reconquista 516

    Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am - 5:30pm

  • Osaka

    Victoria Castellazzi says:

    Osaka...by far.

    Agbolagorite Olubayo says:

    I'll go for Osaka, lol!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This fusion restaurant has become a popular pick for those looking for Asian cuisine with a Peruvian twist. You can choose from a great range of sushi, soups, fish dishes and more along with a delightful drinks menu.

    Location: Palermo

    Opening hours: Open for lunch and dinner

  • Mash

    Kim Boring says:

    Mash was surprisingly good. The curry was fantastic and talking to the proprietor was a lot of fun. This Indian restaurant was a nice change and was probably the best Indian I've had anywhere.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This is a cosy but fun curry house in Buenos Aires renowned for its great dishes and friendly atmosphere. Worth a visit it you’re in the mood for a curry dish.

    Location: San Telmo

  • Casa Cruz

    Danielle Oliveira says:

    Casa Cruz! One of the best restaurants I’ve been in my life!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Casa Cruz is one of Buenos Aires chicest restaurants so make sure you reserve a table if you want to dine here. The interior is beautiful and tasteful, but make sure you don’t walk past it as there is no sign but enormous brass doors instead.

    Location: At Honduras, Palermo

    Opening hours: Mon-Sat 8:30pm-3am

  • El Mirasol

    Markus Lüthi says:

    I loved El Mirasol @ Puerto Madryn ... great food!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    El Mirasol restaurants can be found around the city. They are a popular steakhouse where they use the highest quality of Argentine meat.

    Location: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 202, Puerto Madero plus other venues around the city.

  • La Brigada

    Adam Chequer says:

    La Brigada, San Telmo. Steak. Wine. Awesome!

    Silvio Hugo Saavedra Martinez says:

    La Brigada, San Telmo. Best Bife de Chorizo.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    La Brigada is regarded as one of the best ‘parrillas’ in San Telmo. There’s a great atmosphere here along with a menu full of the best Argentinian dishes around.

    Location: Estados Unidos 465

  • Siga La Vaca

    Bárbara Gutierrez says:

    Siga La Vaca.

    Adam Bernard says:

    Siga La Vaca!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Siga La Vaca literally means ‘Follow the Cow’ and here you can sample some of Buenos Aires’ best meat dishes. And better still, you can sample as much as you like as it’s an all you can eat restaurant, or as they are called here, ‘tenedor libre’ or ‘free fork’.

    Location: Alicia Moreau de Justo 1714

  • Rio Alba

    Col Lin says:

    Rio Alba in Palermo. Best Lomo steaks in the world! Ask for Pepe!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Rio Alba is a popular Argentinean steakhouse that’s always busy with locals and tourists. It is on the higher end of the price scale when it comes to Buenos Aires restaurants but the food is worth the prices.

    Location: Calle Cervino 4499

  • Cabaña Las Lilas

    Eric Goepfert says:

    Las Lilas by far! Best steaks, appetizers and huge wine selection. They give you a free plate of cheeses and meats to get started that would easily have a $20 value in the states. This is my #1 place in BA .

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This waterfront restaurant isn’t exactly cheap by Buenos Aires standards, however the food on offer is outstanding. The beef on the menu was raised on the restaurants very own ranch and is complimented by an extensive wine menu.

    Location: Avenida Alicia Moreau de Justo 516

  • Kansas

    Luciana Wallach says:

    Kansas en el Hipodromo de Palermo!

    Hostelworld.com says:

    Kansas is a modern American style restaurant with a couple of locations around Buenos Aires. These are popular restaurants with a lively atmosphere and a great selection of food. The menu offers burgers, salads, sandwiches and more, all with an American influence.

    Location: Palermo

  • Club Eros

    Graeme Feld says:

    Club Eros, Uriarte 1609 - the old social club in Palermo. Good food, cheap and eat with locals in a rare traditional Portenos restaurant. The food isn't the best or the menu the most extensive, but it is an authentic piece of BsAs dining experience. Regularly go there when in town and enjoy it every time.

    Hostelworld.com says:

    This restaurant is basically a dining room attached to a football club but has a cult following with both young and old in Palermo. The food on offer here is beautiful and at rock bottom prices.

    Location: Uriarte 1609, Palermo Soho

    Opening hours: Daily lunch & dinner after 8:30pm

  • And many more...

    Emma Tilley says:

    ?Aww I can't remember the name! It was on the river. The steak was fantastic and the wine list was a book!

    Brenda Raez Solari says:

    ?El Clarks en Recoleta es maravilloso! La parrilla Recoleta VIP y un Malbec Luíggi Bosca una tarde soleada de Otoño no tiene precio!

    My Destination says:

    ?Tough call- but we're going to say Barbería in La Boca!

    Maria Castro says:

    ?Restaurante Tomo 1 é o melhor de Buenos Aires. Instalado no Hotel Panamericano, a poucos passos do Obelisco.È um ótimo endereço para fugir das parrillas experimentando uma comida realmente argentina.

    Aunty Em says:

    ?Calabria in Palermo! Arrive late and get social with drinks on the street pre-meal

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