Adding a South American twist to traditional European gourmet, Buenos Aires’ excellent gastronomic offering is not limited to Argentina’s world-leading beef.

The city’s cuisine is a microcosm of its culture, blending Italian, French and other Old World influences to create a truly unique taste.


Cuisine: Modern Argentine

Style / ambiance: Hyped as one of the city’s best eateries, Casa Cruz does not disappoint.

With its stylish mahogany interior and dim lighting greeting you after passing through the unmarked entrance, the place oozes class, and chef Germán Martitegui’s reputation as one of South America’s finest is certainly well-deserved. Martitegui serves up Argentine cuisine with a modern twist, and, in addition to the culinary pleasures Casa Sur imparts, the restaurant has attracted acclaim for the flamboyant drinks on offer.

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+54 11 4833 1112

Uriarte 1658


Cuisine: Contemporary Argentine

Style / ambiance: No trip to Argentina would be complete without sampling some of the country’s world-famous beef, and Sucre brings a contemporary and elegant touch to carnivorous cooking.

Under head chef Gonzalo Sacot, Sucre has received plaudits from domestic and international critics for the novel manner in which it approaches traditional dishes, and the décor of the restaurant is well suited to those who enjoy dining in a stylish, exclusive environment. Sucre is also noteworthy for its liquid delicacies, with a wide range of premier cocktails served at the bar and a comprehensive selection of imported and Argentine wines to savor.


Cuisine: Argentine

Style / ambiance: Located in the Four Seasons Hotel, Le Mistral is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and offers an inspired local cuisine created by Executive Chef Matthias Zumstein and a variety of Argentine wines by the glass.

The setting is informal yet elegant with black-and-white marble floors, wooden tables and leather-covered walls and chairs. The specialties include a buffet for breakfast offering local items such as dulce de leche and mate, as well as a complete à la carte menu. At dinner, experience local delicacies like ancas de rana, mixed grill Mistral parrilla, slow-braised beef ribs and acclaimed Kobe beef from animals raised in the pampas of Argentina. Pastry Chef Santiago Marafuschi creates unique desserts such as warm coconut pudding, pineapple marinated in cardamom and honey ice cream.

Magali Horvat, Head of Reservations

+54 11 4321 1200

Posadas 1086/88, C1011ABB


Cuisine: French-inspired Argentine

Style / ambiance: Reputed city-wide for it’s French-inspired Argentine delicacies, Chila is fast becoming one of the places to be seen in Buenos Aires.

As well as boasting a kitchen famed as one of the capital’s best, Chila offers diners a private room service which seats up to 20 and bestows an incredible view of Puerto Madero, the city’s up-and-coming renovated dock district. In 2009, the restaurant was awarded the prestigious Chef de l’Avenir award by the International Academy of Gastronomy.

Andrés Porcel

+54 11 4343 6067

Alicia Moreau de Justo 1160


Cuisine: French

Style / ambiance: Located inside the prestigious Alvear Palace Hotel, La Bourgogne lives up to its reputation as one of the finest places to enjoy French cuisine and international food in the whole of South America.

Jean Paul Bondoux is the chef at the only Relais & Chateaux restaurant in Buenos Aires and delights the most demanding gourmands with his refined cuisine. Every afternoon, he puts together one of the most renowned ‘Grill Rotissoire’ in the city. At night, he reveals his specials—one option of which will be drawn from the plates that made him famous. To describe La Bourgogne as elegant is to master the art of understatement, and you are likely to be dining alongside Porteño celebrities and foreign dignitaries as you enjoy divine food in the light, spacious restaurant.

Pascal Bernard

+54 11 4808 2100

Ayacucho 2027


Cuisine: Japanese / Peruvian fusion

Style / ambiance: Osaka was originally based on a Japanese/Peruvian fusion of foods and has extended to include Thai, Japanese, Chinese, Nikkei and Peruvian cuisine – a unique menu in anyone’s book.

Frequently cited as the city’s best restaurant, the menu at Osaka is constantly evolving combining new techniques with the studying of culinary cultures. Osaka is an ideal place for private parties and special events. You can hire the entire restaurant or just a section, for example the terrace, depending on your needs and style of event.

Elmer Garcia

+54 11 4775 6964

Soler 5608


El Bistró

Cuisine: Gourmet

Style / ambiance: Adventure combines with elegance in one of the continent’s most talked about restaurants, where awardwinning head chef Mariano Cid de la Paz offers a delectable menu which earned El Bistró the honor of being named among the planet’s top ten hotel restaurants by Hotels Magazine.

Part of the Faena Hotel + Universe, it is no surprise that El Bistró has been noted for quality and excellence of service. Faena has attained numerous awards recognizing its quality from a litany of established and respected publications, and that is in no small part due to the high quality of the cuisine on offer at El Bistró. The restaurant has earned glowing reviews from some of South America’s most exacting critics, and the prestige of the establishment continues to grow. The tasting menu, allowing diners to sample a selection of the chef’s finest delicacies in addition to five varieties of delicious wine, is an extremely popular choice, particularly among those who find it hard to choose from the plethora of delicacies on offer.

Luis De Casas

+54 11 4010 9200

Martha Salotti 445


Cuisine: Porteño gourmet

Style / ambiance: Tomo I is recognized as one of the quintessential gourmet restaurants of the Buenos Aires circuit.

Situated in the mezzanine of the five-star Panoramico Hotel, the Concaro sisters have won acclaim from far and wide for a menu that evidences the rich history of European immigration that has made Buenos Aires what it is today. A sober interior of organic fabrics and wood finish gives a distinguished feel, and diners can relax with a drink in the lounge prior to enjoying unforgettable Argentine cuisine.

Federico Fialayre

+54 11 4326 6698

Carlos Pellegrini 521


Cuisine: French gourmet

Style / ambiance: A sophisticated, romantic French restaurant tucked into the tiny alley of Vicente López in the Argentine capital’s upscale Recoleta neighborhood.

The wide selection of Gaulish food and wine on offer keeps Porteños with an appreciation for fine dining coming back for more, and the open kitchen makes for a memorable nouvelle cuisine experience. The eight-course tasting menu is extremely popular, enabling diners to sample the very best that Nectarine has to offer.

+54 11 4813 6993

Vicente López 1661, between Montevideo and Rodríguez Peña


Cuisine: Mediterranean

Style / ambiance: Chef Martín Rebaulino is renowned for the excellence of his seafood, and Oviedo is well known among Porteños with a taste for the finer things in life, due in no small part to its impressive collection of Spanish wines.

The unique lighting system gives an almost surreal air to the restaurant while the food is simply divine, with each dish, made using only the freshest ingredients, bearing its own identifiable hallmarks. As seats are at a premium, reserving a table is strongly advised.

Emilio Garip

+54 11 4822 5415

Luis Antonio Beruti 1425 [or Beruti 2602]