Where to eat near Íbero Spanish School Buenos Aires
Illegal Burger (Talcahuano 959)
Illegal burger serves up the burger of your choice with thick cut wedge fries. With multiple options for toppings you can customize your burger just as you like. Expect big portions at a very affordable price.
El Palacio de la Pizza (Corrientes 751)
At El Palacio they serve North Italian style thick pizza with endless amounts of mozzarella. It is a place where you can chow down on deep crust pizzas and fugazzetta matched with faina (a chickpea flatbread).
Tostado Cafe Club (Av. Córdoba 1501)
This is the perfect place if you are looking for something healthy and delicious. They even offer a gluten free menu featuring sandwiches and salads.Aside from having delicious and healthy lunch options they are also serve up great coffee.
Pizzería Güerrin (Corrientes 1368)
If you have are staying Buenos Aires then chances are you’ve heard people talking about this place. Guerrín is an Argentine classic that offers delicious muzza, a classic porteño pizza, the key ingredients are tomato sauce, a heavy dose of oregano, green olives, and bubbling mozzarella atop a thick, doughy base.
Norte (Talcahuano 953)
Norte is a typical Argentine style barbecue restaurant that serves up good food at reasonable prices. Expect cheap prices, good steaks, and salads big enough to share.
Epa la Arepa (Av. Córdoba 1415)
This is one of my favorite places to stop for a quick bite! They offer delicious, Colombian style cuisine, featuring mostly Arepas. You can choose from multiple types of flavors and get a lot of food for a good price!
Dogg House (Lavalle 1134)
Serving you guessed it, hot dogs, Dogg House is a place mostly praised by the locals. They serve their dogs with the option of multiple types of picante sauces on the side. They offer great lunch combos for a great price!
Negro (Suipacha 637)
At Negro they have great espresso and an excellent small homemade menu. Come here for a quick snack and a cafe or to sit and chat with a friend for hours.
Parrilla Peña (Rodríguez Peña 682)
Parrilla Peña lives up to its reputation as a top beef eatery in Buenos Aires. It is not touristy or too expensive. The steak is not their only strong point where food is concerned. The salads are considerably large and well prepared, and the wine menu is fairly extensive.