Top 5 Armenian Restaurants in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has an important Arab and Armenian community. Armenian food is probably one of the most readily available ethnic cuisines in BA. Here are a few of our favorites.
One of the oldest and most traditional, Sarkis is a Palermo house hold name and definitely the best as far as food is concerned. Show up early or late. There is always a line…and for good reason.
Thames 1101 – Ciudad de Buenos Aires
One of the newest additions to the mix, El Manto combines amazing food with a very cool decor in tune with a middle Eastern feel. *Bonus points for flavored tobaccos and hookah availability.
Costa Rica 5801 Esquina Carranza – Ciudad de Buenos Aires
UGAB Cena de los Viernes
A supper club run by the mothers of the Armenian community in Buenos Aires, these parents provide delicious home cooked Armenian food at a great price to help pay for the Armenian School’s annual high school senior trip.
Armenia 1322 – Ciudad de Buenos Aires
Traditional in every way, from the menu to the red and gold decor, Burmana is a great stop in San Telmo, complete with a psychic ready to read coffee stains on your coffee cup, much like tea leaf reading.
Balcarce 668 – Ciudad de Buenos Aires
One of the best kept secrets in Zona Norte, Keif is easy to miss, as one of the only Armenian restaurants in its area.
Av. del Libertador 13041 – Partido de San Isidro – Buenos Aires