Recommended places to eat in Buenos Aires
La Carniceria (Thames 2317, Palermo Soho)
La Carniceria is known as the modern day parrilla, owned by a Colombian chef who uses a cherry wood to smoke the meat putting a new twist on the traditional style parrilla. You can find a variety of different types of cutlery here, including everything from chorizo and blood sausage to tongue! Prices range anywhere from 250500 pesos per person.
Don Julio(Guatemala 4691, Palermo Soho)
Known for it’s great steaks and impressive wine list, Don Julio is a staple parilla in Buenos Aires.Customers have described the meat as melt in your mouth delicious. It is known to have a line waiting out the door, so make a reservation in advance to save some time. Prices here range from 251500 pesos per person.http://www.parrilladonjulio.com.ar/ Carranza 2225, Palermo Hollywood)
If you are looking for a delicious parrilla on a low budget, then look no further. offers a less meat heavy menu at an affordable price. If you make it here for dinner, don’t miss out on the delicious flan con crema for dessert. Prices range from 101250 pesos.
La Cabrera & La Cabrera Norte(Cabrera 5099 & Cabrera 5127, Palermo Soho)
At La Cabrera you can order your meat with a spectacular variety of delicious sides. Don’t miss out on their Happy Hour. It´s every night from 78 and offers 40% off everything on the Happy Hour menu! Prices range from 251500 pesos. http://lacabrera.com.ar/
La Brigada (Estados Unidos 465, San Telmo)
If you find yourself in San Telmo, La Brigada is a prime parilla to check out. Try the skirt steak with sweet breads and provoleta, you will not be disappointed. It is quite pricey, expect to spend around 500 pesos or more. http://www.parrillalabrigada.com.ar/
Parrilla Marucha (11 de Septiembre 3702, Núñez)
Locals and foreigners praise Parrilla Marucha for having some of the best steak in Buenos Aires. Prices range from 101250 pesos.
Gran Parrilla del Plata (Chile 594, San Telmo)
Elegant but reasonably priced, it is a San Telmo barrio classic. Waiters are happy to recommend the best of the day’s cuts, which usually include the memorable ojo de bife. Prices
range from 251500 pesos. http://www.parrilladelplata.com/
Miranda(Costa Rica 5602, Palermo Hollywood)
Miranda is a chic B.A. style parrilla that has a wide variety of generous portions on its menu. If you are looking for a perfectly cooked steak in a trendy setting come here. Prices range from 251500 pesos. http://www.parrillamiranda.com/
Manolo(Bolivar 1299, San Telmo)
Manola is a local steakhouse decked out in tango and soccer memorabilia. Portions are huge and suitable for sharing. Prices range from 101250.http://restaurantmanolo.com.ar/
La Dorita de Enfrente(Humboldt 1905, Palermo Hollywood)
This is a laidback parrilla that serves classic cuts along with delicious grilled cheeses. A perfect spot watch a soccer game while eating scrumptious food. Prices range from 101250. http://www.parrillaladorita.com.ar/
Pizzeria Guerrin(Corrientes 1368, San Nicolás)
Guerrín 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. Prices range from 101250 pesos .http://www.pizzeriaguerrin.com/
El Imperio(Corrientes 6895, Chacarita)
El Imperio is so deeply ingrained in local culture that the city of Buenos Aires declared it a place of cultural interest. Expect classic flavors, and be sure to try the fugazzeta. Expect to spend 100 pesos or less. https://www.facebook.com/elimperiodelapizza/
Kentucky (Fitzroy 1900, Palermo)
Kentucky offer a full range of argentine classics: mozzarella, fugazzeta and fainá, to mention afew. There are multiple locations sprinkled throughout the city. Expect to spend 100 pesos orless. http://www.pizzeriaskentucky.com/
Filo (San Martín 975, Retiro)
Filo is an Italian restaurant with excellent Neapolitanstyle pizzas.Try the Filo, a wheel of pizza with toppings chosen by the chef. Prices range from 101250 pesos.
Bakano(Fitzroy 1906, Palermo)
Bakona offers an extensive menu featuring pizza and calzones. Pizzas are available by the slice and in various sizes. Prices range from 101250 pesos.http://www.bakano.com/
Señor Telmo(Defensa 756, San Telmo)
Señor Telmo is located on one of the city’s busiest tourist streets. It makes for a great stop while exploring San Telmo’s Sunday market. They offer draft beer as well as a good selection of wine. Prices range from 101250 pesos.http://www.srtelmo.com.ar/
Siamo Nel Forno(Costa Rica 5886, Palermo Hollywood)
For true Neapolitan style pizza head to Siamo Nel Forno. The Margherita is a wellknown favefeaturing light fluffy dough with fresh ingredients. Prices range from 101250 pesos.https://www.facebook.com/SiamoNelForno108065175897230/
Cosi Mi Piace (El Salvador 4508, Palermo Soho)
Cosi Mi Piace is a Roman style restaurant new to Buenos Aires. Expect a cool, laidback atmosphere and delicious, thin crust Roman style pizzas. Prices range from 110250 pesos.https://www.facebook.com/CosiMiPiace1531269717171978/
Albamonte( Av. Corrientes 6735, Chacarita)
The pizzeria offers a traditional style menu with thin crust pizzas smothered in tomato sauce.Prices range from 100250 pesos. http://albamonteristorante.com.ar/
La Más Querida (Echeverría 1618, Belgrano)
La Mas Querida serves delicious pizza a la parrilla (grilled pizza) with fun toppings. Expect super thin crust covered in various toppings, including artichokes, gruyere cheese, pesto, brie,and much more. Prices range from 101250 pesos.