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Restaurants in Argentina

You could spend weeks eating at in restaurants in Argentina and never tire of the great local beef—whether it’s a thick steak or a beef-filled empanada —paired with a full-bodied local Malbec. The landscape of restaurants in Argentina is a result of the rustic and simple cuisine of the indigenous Gauchos and Argentinian people, as well as a mix of French, Italian and Spanish influences. For a taste of rugged Argentinian culture, try the classic spot Estilo Campo in the Puerto Madero area of Buenos Aires. Waiters recreate an Argentinian cowboy culture, dressed in the uniform of Gauchos, and serving up sturdy steakhouse cuisine—plenty of beef, as well as pork loin, venison and wild boar.

Cumaná is a regional-style Argentina restaurant off Avenida Santa Fe in Buenos Aires and showcases hearty comfort foods such as empanadas, tamales-style humitas and cazuelas, stews made with meat, potatoes, squash, corn, eggplant and more. You may encounter a line, but the food and prices are worth it.1884 Francis Mallmann is the top spot to eat in Mendoza and one of the best restaurants in Argentina. It offers a celebrity chef dining experience, with an emphasis on beef (of course), as well as chivito (kid goat), in a rehabbed wine cellar.

  • 1884

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  • 1884 Francis Mallman

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
    High-end adaptations of local cuisine. More
  • 743 Bistro

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  • Almacén del Sur

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
  • Almacén Secreto

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    An unmarked doorway in Villa Crespo conceals Almacén Secreto, the private kingdom of chef Abigail Machicado, who prepares dishes from Argentina's s... More
  • Anna Bistro

  • Asador-Parilla Mi Viejo

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
  • Azema Exotic Bistro

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    Located in the Palermo Viejo district, Azema Exotic Bistro serves an innovative fusion of Creole, Caribbean, Vietnamese, and French cuisines. The d... More
  • Bar Uriarte

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
  • Bistro M

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  • Cabaña Las Lilas

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    Of the dozens of fine steak houses that line the picturesque docks of Puerto Madero, Las Lilas is arguably the best (and certainly the most famous:... More
  • Café Tortoni

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar
    Here’s a nook once loved by Jorge Luis Borges. Over there, a table favored by tango singer Carlos Gardel. Here, your café con crema comes surrounde... More
  • Casa Coupage

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar
    The sommelier-owners pair mineral-rich Chardonnays and dense Argentinean Malbecs with local dishes such as skirt steak with quinoa and portobello m... More
  • Casa Cruz

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar Dollar
    Popular with the A-list set, Casa Cruz is an upscale Argentinean restaurant known for its clubby atmosphere, lively bar scene, and contemporary cui... More
  • Casa Felix

    PRICE RANGE: Dollar Dollar
    The Scene: In steak-mad B.A., a fish- and veggie-focused supper club is a welcome dining option—even better that it’s in the cozy Chacarita neighbo... More
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