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All Places in ‘Japanese’

  • Kitayama

    The restaurant is not visible at first, tucked on the side of the street shadowed by a petite zen garden. When walking in you’ll notice the interior takes one back into a Kyoto styled ryokan: you are met by a super-friendly old japanese couple, taken into a room full with memorable Japanese decorations, and if that wasn’t enough- a tatami in the back for that extra authenticity. A perfect place for couples, families, and friends who appreciate the food and culture of Japan. Kitayama offeres great set meal selections. They also have a la carte which offers sushi, small hot pot, rice, noodles- all taste wonderfully delicious. A few examples: melt-in-your-mouth fresh sashimi, juicy yakitori, crunchy gyoza, lightly fried tempura etc. Though prepare to pay the price for the abundant quantity of food; 150 pesos for each bento box which comes with 4-5 options/box. Painfully share with others if you are not starving and order something else. Review taken from

  • 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.

  • 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)