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  • Don Saverio

    This is about as typical a local neighbourhood parrilla as you’re likely to find in Buenos Aires. Great selection of meat cuts, chicken, and even basic but generous salads. A nice change from the tourist centre & prices of Palermo. Really friendly staff, and if dining alone sit at the bench and enjoy whiling away the time watching the chef do his thing over the giant exposed parrilla adjacent to the dining area.

  • Kensho

    Kensho may be the newest kid on the block, having opened its doors at the end of August, but it is by no means the newest in town, having moved from its previous location. In fact, Buddhist founder and chef Máximo Cabrera has nearly a decade of cooking experience under his belt, having cut his teeth in the kitchen at Bio, Buenos Aires’ first organic restaurant, in 2002. After a few years, Máximo founded Kensho, which began as one of the first closed-door restaurants in Buenos Aires. He then opened Kensho publicly a few years ago in Villa Ortuza, before moving to the current location in Palermo.

  • Little Rose

    Located on the second floor in Palermo Soho, Little Rose offers Japanese cuisine catered toward the Argentine palate. Quite frankly, this might be the single sexiest dining room I have seen so far in Buenos Aires. Everything is black: the walls, molding, ceilings, and carpet. The walls are decorated by eerie pictures of vampire-esque children with bright red lips and eyes that seem to follow yours everywhere. The lighting was focused such that while the restaurant was incredibly dark, the food on the table could be easily seen. Each table was wrapped in an intimate curtain of darkness which at times, made me feel like I was the only person eating, even when the restaurant was completely full, even when I could practically touch the table next to mine. It was very romantic, and very sleek at the same time. Even though people seemed to be talking loudly, the restaurant was quiet. In the back of the restaurant lies the sushi bar illuminated by a cool blue glow. Very cool space. However, this is certainly not a place for diners seeking an authentic sushi experience; if that’s the case you will leave extremely unfulfilled. But, if salmon is all you seek, be prepared for a special dining experience.

  • Mott

    If you like food, you’ll like the Mott. It’s pretty simple – the food is excellent – fresh and tasty and not the same flavors you get elsewhere. Go someplace else if your idea of a good meal is a cheeseburger. Go to the Mott if you care about taste.

  • La Fachada

    Come for the Empanadas…..Stay for the Pizza and Great Music. La Fachada has an amazing selection of both closed (cerradas) and open (abiertas) empanadas. The open empanadas are out of this world. They have a wide selection that include jamon y provolone, panceta, berenjenas (eggplant), 4 queso, capresse, calabresa, fugazzeta and more!!! They have a great selection of pizzas as well. The eating area is very cozy with leather couches and chairs around glass tables that you can sit down and relax over a nice bottle of wine and food with friends.

  • Casa Mun

    At Casa Mun, our goal is to foster a sense of community among people who love food. We provide an adventure to be shared with friends (both old and new) in the tradition of Asian families…an experience that will nourish the body, mind and spirit. Our private dining experience features Japanese, Korean, Chinese and California cuisines. Our guests are seated at our grand table and socialize with each other as well as Chef Mun. The cuisine includes sushi, sashimi, dim sum, bibimbop and Korean BBQ…paired with fine wine and exceptional service. (note: full address provided with reservation)

  • Magdalena’s Party

    Finally something fresh in Palermo SOHO. Magdalena’s Party offers daily 2 x 1 Happy Hour specials til midnight, live DJs and premium cocktails in a great atmosphere. Join us for a beer on our patio or one of our signature drinks; all with great music til 4 AM – even during the week. Magdalena’s Party also serves up Souther California style food, which brings classic American dishes and flavors from Mexico to Buenos Aires. Magdalena’s Party offers lunch from 12pm to 5pm daily and dinner from 7pm to 1am. Magdalena’s also has the best brunch in town with signature dishes such as their Cali Coast Omelette and Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich. Both can be enjoyed with a delicious Bloody Mary.

  • Casa SaltShaker

    One of the pioneers of the Buenos Aires “puertas cerradas” scene, Casa SaltShaker serves up an eclectic five course menu with paired wines. The focus is a base of Mediterranean flavors and techniques with influences from the rest of the world. Seating is at a shared communal table for up to ten people.

  • Juana M.

    Perfectly situated in the direct center of Recoleta and Retiro, Juana M. offers an amazing and diverse menu that includes delicious cuts of beef and wonderfully made fresh pastas. An added bonus to the restaurant, with walls filled with unique artwork for sale, is a complete salad bar that includes everything from four different types of lettuce to an entire marinated vegetable section. The atmosphere inside is great as are the prices. Situated very close to the very beginning of Ave 9 de Julio, Juana M. is a gem that must not be missed

  • The Office

    This Office is known for their American style cuisine with hamburgers and chicken wings being the big sellers. Everything with the exception of ketchup is made in house including the burger buns. Inside can be a bit cold downstairs, but they have a great space upstairs with a nice terrace where they show videos and have movie nights on Wednesdays. Mondays – Half price wings, burgers and fajitas Tuesdays – Takeover Tuesdays with a guest chef Wednesdays – Movie night Nightly 2×1 deals Your best bet with the Office is to confirm times, events and specials on Facebook. And if you are going specifically for wings, check they haven’t run out.

  • El Cuartito

    Started in 1934, El Cuartito is among the best of the best when it comes to pizza in Buenos Aires. Located in Barrio Norte, a few blocks from Recoleta, El Cuartito survives thanks to its delicious variety of simple pizzas and empanadas and the customers that fill the place at all hours of the day. Its walls lined with boxing and soccer memorabilia and two huge menus dedicated to pizza/empanadas and desserts, El Cuartito offers the true Buenos Aires pizzeria experience. The pizzeria is very big and you have the option to sit down and be served by the old-school waiters or you can stand and eat by the popular table by the entrance. If you want the full El Cuartito pizza experience, order your pizza slices and empanadas and then wrestle your way over to join the locals at the standing room only table. With a delicious slice of fugazzetta in one hand and a golden-brown carne picante empanada in the other, you will quickly forget about the hungry crowd of locals who’d do anything for your spot at the table. Come for the pizza and empanadas and if you have room…the delicious desserts.

  • Pizzeria El Guerrin

    A contender for the best pizzeria in the city, El Guerrin has been serving its loyal clientele since 1932! Located on “Broadway” aka Ave Corrientes, this traditional pizzeria is packed with locals craving a slice of mozzarella and the unforgettable fugazzetta. The awesome empanadas can be ordered either al horno (oven baked) or frita (fried). Get both and decide which is better! Save room for the delicious dessert located in the display at the entrance. You can eat sitting down (there are 3 levels!) or join the locals, on their lunch break, leaning against the front bar.