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Belgrano’s Top 10 Restaurants in Buenos Aires

Allie Lazar

By | December 5, 2013 | 2 comments

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The Best cafes, bars and restaurants in the Buenos Aires neighborhood Belgrano brought to you by the Dutchess of Dumplings, the Lady of Lamb Chops…Allie Lazar.

 

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Astor – manduque porteño

Ciudad de la Paz 353

4554-0802

The perfect setting for a lovely lunch or romantic dinner, this freshman restaurant proves that a first class meal doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag. The newest hit of 2013, Astor pleases food lovers with market fresh dishes that change weekly.

 

El Pobre Luis

Arribeños 2393

4780-5847

 

A famous neighborhood establishment on the outskirts of Belgrano’s Chinatown, you’ll want to stick a Pobre Luis meat IV into your arm because this parrilla is the tops.  Fun, lively, and 100% local, it’s a steakhouse that specializes in achuras (offal), and doubles as a carne haven serving some of the best grilled sweetbreads in the city.

 

La Primavera Trujillana

Franklin D. Roosevelt 1627

4706-1218

From the outside of the residential street looking into this oddly decorated small restaurant, it’s not clear exactly what Peruvian wonders lay inside. Ignore the mullet-sporting patrons and super casual atmosphere because what really matters is the fresh ceviche and passion fruit pisco sours.

 

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Hong Kong Style

Montañeses 2149

4786-3456

 

The go-to spot for authentic Chinese food in Buenos Aires, HK Style offers it all: delicious mouth bundles of dim sum joy, sweet and sour pork, whole steamed fish and fiery kung pao chicken. Be aware: all the food is made to order so go with a patient stomach.

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Blanch

Andrés Arguibel 2813

4779-1280

 

A newcomer to the lively Las Cañitas culinary scene, Blanch differentiates itself from the rest with a unique international inspired menu of downright delicious food. It’s one of the best brunch spots in the ‘hood, especially since they serve jugs of Campari and orange.

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La Esquina

Corner of Sucre and Miñones

 

Not many hole-in-the-walls worthy a long wait in line, but this corner no-name parrilla makes for an exception to the rule. The popular neighborhood butcher shop turned fast food dive exemplifies how an asado should be done.

 

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Bistro Tokyo

Virrey del Pino 2551 piso 1º, Belgrano
4786-6959

 

Hidden on the second story of a Belgrano walk up, Tokyo Bistro will cure all your Argentinized cream cheese sushi nightmares. The restaurant describes itself as both classic and modern Japanese cuisine, with dishes devoted to sushi, nigiri and sashimi, and to more classic Japanese dishes, like udon noodles, agedashi tofu, yakitori, and tendon. *Niji (4544-1850) and Kitayama (Virrey del Pino 2448) are two more great Belgrano Japanese restaurants.

 

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La Más Querida

Echeverría 1618

4788 1455

Ditch the local grease lover’s extra-cheese-no sauce style pizza because the real star of the Buenos Aires pizza world is pizza a la parrilla. La Más Querida is cooking up an ultra thin crust quickly thrown on the grill until crisp and topped with inventive flavors. The pizza gets major brownie points for coming with three dipping sauces on the side, including an ultra spicy red sauce. Totally winning.

 

Doppio Zero

Soldado de la independencia 1238

4899-0162

A piece of pasta perfection hidden in Las Cañitas, choose from homemade pastas or hearty meat or fish dishes and you will leave with a happy stomach. The space fills with locals from the neighborhood for its reasonably price food and top-notch service.

 

Pura Tierra

3 de Febrero 1167

4899-2007

Constantly listed as one of Buenos Aires’ top restaurants, this year Pura Tierra ranked #33 in Latin America’s “50 Best Restaurants”. It’s one of the first modern Argentine restaurants to follow the farm-to-table model, inspired by the environment and Latin American cooking.

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Bonus Belgrano Bars:

Puerta Uno

Juramento 1667

A sexy darkly lit secret bar in the middle of Chinatown, listen to live DJs blasting cool beats while hot people sip on properly made cocktails. Remember to bring the address with you since with no signage on the door it’s easy to get lost.

 

La Esperanza

Sucre 1302

It’s not easy to find a spot for day drinking, but La Esperanza’s massive hidden terrace is a prime place for drinking Clericot (similar to white wine Sangria) and sipping on Campari cocktails.

 

Baez Street Bars

Single and looking to pick up plastic surgery MILFs or hunky Argies in deep V-neck t-shirts? Head down to Baez street in Las Cañitas for the ultimate scenester bar hop.

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  1. Poly Santamaria

    25/05/2014 - 7:37 pm

    Hola ,soy amiga de La mas querida ,y el numero de teléfono que ponen esta equivocado ,el teléfono que corresponde es el 4788 1455.Gracias
    Poly Santamaria

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    1. webmaster

      26/05/2014 - 2:53 pm

      Gracias Poly!

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