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Buenos Aires Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Buenos Aires

Restaurants Buenos Aires – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Buenos Aires. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Buenos Aires, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Buenos Aires are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Buenos Aires where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Buenos Aires with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Buenos Aires with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Buenos Aires where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Buenos Aires you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Cafe del Arbol

Style: Great Pizza in Buenos Aires

Cafe del ArbolA relaxed informal setting for both inside and outside diners, the Cafe del Arbol is the ideal place for those who want to have a great pizza without any frills.

The décor is eccentric yet, pleasing to the eye. Guests can be sure that they can feel totally at ease either sipping on a cocktail, or digging into a pizza. Outside, diners can sit under an Ombu tree, which is considered very rare due to the fact that it does not have the typical fruit and leaves of a regular Ombu tree.

The interior décor includes old violins and vacuum cleaners; giving a touch of character to the whole place. Diners will be serenaded by live shows on the stage located just outside the restaurant. The restaurant is open daily from noon to midnight.


Address: Humberto Primo 424, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: San Telmo
Phone: +54 11 43619133

Don Julio

Style: Carnivore Heaven with Family Atmosphere

Don Julio
Don Julio serves up a delicious meaty meal from 10 pm onwards. This family run restaurant is perfectly suited for the serious carnivore, it will satisfy even the most carnivorous appetite with its big, juicy steaks. Each meal can be accompanied by the perfect wine, suggested by the knowledgeable waiters who have been schooled on which wine best accompanies each meal.

The Don Julio cellar has wines for every budget ranging from $10 to the finer $360 per bottle. The restaurant is popular with both locals and tourists. Despite the wide choice of meat dishes, vegetarians are not left out, and there is a choice of veggie dishes available.

Address: Guatemala 4691 and Gurruchaga, Palermo Soho, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: Palermo Soho
Phone: +54 11 4831 9564

Price: Main Courses AR$18-$33

El Obrero

Style: Italian and Argentinean Restaurant

El ObreroTypical restaurant in La Bocca; lots of football players of the local club Boca Juniors; steaks as well as Italian style food on the menu; come by cab and ask the restaurant to call for one when you leave.


Address: 64 Augustin R. Caffarena, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: La Bocca
Phone: +54 11 4362 9912

Price: Mains US$3.- to US$8.-

Gran Bar Danzon

Style: Wine Tasting in Lounge

Gran Bar Danzon

The owners of Bar Uriart and Sucre Restaurant opened Gran Bar Danzon around the corner of avenue Santa Fe – trendiest area of Buenos Aires; cocktail lounge and wine bar a la supper club; wide range of appetizers and an in-house sushi chef; the bar and lounge is a regular hang-out for the Buenos Aires fashionistas, the rich and beautiful

Address: 1161 Libertad, Vicente Lopez, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: San Telmo
Phone: +54 11 4811 1108

Price: Mains US$8.- to US$14.-

La Brigada

Style: The Best Meat & Parrilla in Buenos Aires

La BrigadaBest parrilla in San Telmo; very small place with walls filled with memorabilia’s of Gauchos (pampas cowboys); tango music underlines the Argentinean  atmosphere; taste the asado, the lomo or the baby beef; soccer players hangout; reserve your table!

Address: Estados Unidos 465, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: San Telmo
Phone: +54 11 4361 5557

Price: Mains US$ 4.- to US$ 25.-

La Cabana Las Lilas

Style: Traditional & Argentinian Steaks

La Cabana Las LilasLa Cabana Las Lilas is located in Puerto Madera and steak lovers paradise; great place for groups for lunch or dinner.

Address: 516 Alicia Moreau de Justo Marcos Paz, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: Puerto Madera
Phone: +54 11 4315 1010

Price: Mains US$10.- to US$30.-


Style: Norwegian Restaurant

OlsenOnce a warehouse; delicious Scandinavian food; enjoy the great garden on a Sunday morning’s brunch; with its graffiti-covered facade and tiny lettering on an ugly security door but Sizzling hot & ultra expensive this is Tegui (Costa Rica 5852, Carranza and Ravignani, a real hidden gem of Olsen and Casa Cruz wonderchef Germán Martitegui serving a  minimalist menu of only five choices for both starters and entrees, which change weekly a great alternative.

Address: 5870 Gorriti, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: Palermo Soho
Phone: +54 11 4776 7677

Price: Mains US$ 12.- to US$20.-


Style: Peruvian-Japanese Mix

OsakaBest Japanese-fusion restaurant in Buenos Aires, try the Maki Furai (salmon, avocado and cream cheese in a crispy coating  wrapped in seaweed) or the Escabemaki (shrimp, glazed sweet potato, avocado and onion; at night nearly impossible to get reservation – so go for lunch or just try and call!

Address: Soler 5608, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: Palermo Soho
Phone: +54 11 4775 6964

Price: Mains US$9.- to US$32.-

Sucre Restaurant

Style: Modern Argentinian

Sucre RestaurantModern Argentinean food; open kitchen, warehouse-atmosphere with floor to ceiling wall of illuminated liquor bottles; try the duck ravioli or the king crabs from Antarctic waters; wide range of Argentinean wine.

Address: Sucre 676, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Area: San Telmo
Phone: +54 11 4782 9082

Price: Mains US$12.- to US$35.-