“Top” 9 restaurants to eat in Buenos Aires (Part II)
We continue with the tour …
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It is synonymous of healthy food in Argentina. The chef and owner is Narda Lepes, also a famous television presenter in her country. She offers local and seasonal products with some creations such as “pita bread stuffed with lamb”, served with yogurt, parsley, cilantro, dill and beetroot; “Greek prawn” or for dessert a “Basque cake and tree tomato preserves”. The commandments of Narda Comedor are “eat plants, eat rich, drink more water, try new things. Visit Comedor “. A very cozy dining room with a sector to wash your hands and with a sober decoration recreates a relaxed atmosphere as if you were not in the middle of a city.
This restaurant has also infiltrated in the position 46th of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America 2018.
Address: Mariscal José Antonio de Sucre 664, Belgrano
This bar is inspired by the New York subway, we travel to the country of the Statue of Liberty without leaving Buenos Aires. The staging does not lack detail, has the turnstile of the entrance, a real wagon, white iconic tiles, and even graffiti. The bar stands out a lot too, it looks like an altarpiece of elixirs. The decoration is the key to its success, as well as the troop of the bartenders who serve a good glass. Also, there is a menu option.
Address: Arévalo 2030, Palermo
Located in Puerto Madero, it has one of the best views of the city. What you expect from Le Grill is barbecue, the most popular feast in Argentina but with an evolution or what they call “non-traditional barbecue”. They use matured meats with a minimum of 14 days. The restaurant itself has an underground chamber where they perform this procedure making the meat concentrate more flavor. Also, cava is another of its strong points, they store no less than 3,500 bottles spread over 300 labels. A real luxury.
Address: Alicia Moreau de Justo 876, Puerto Madero
It is impressive from the beginning, because of where it is located. Formerly it was a turnery, in Villa Crespo, today is a zone of car workshops. A particular place to open a restaurant, on the outside it looks like an warehouse but inside, it is a super modern restaurant. Chef Rodrigo Sieiro proposes a tasting menu with first quality raw materials and artisan elaboration. A great invitation that you can not miss.
Address: Darwin 62, Villa Crespo
If Asian street food itself is wonderful and Latin American flavors themselves are incredible, both cuisines together are an explosion of flavors and that is what the chef Mariano Ramón offers in Gran Dabbang. The menu is not very extensive, maybe between four people can try the whole menu on the first visit. The idea is to order several dishes and share. In starters for example: cornbread, sobrassada and ground chili butter and the main meals: chicken kebabs, cucumber and fennel salad, mango nam prick and coconut chutney or lamb and tomato curry, black spices, yogurt and chutney .
Chef Mariano is also committed to working with small producers in the country and thanks to that, he uses those ingredients that are difficult to reach the capital. El Gran Dabbang is also one of the 50 best restaurants in Latin America.
Address: Raúl Scalabrini Ortíz 1543, Palermo
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More information: www.turismo.buenosaires.gob.ar/es