If you plan to visit Buenos Aires on holiday, you are probably looking forward to some traditional food or South American food. The city won't disappoint you. Dining in Buenos Aires is a remarkable experience with an variety of restaurants offering local and international cuisine. An Argentine speciality, empanadas are a massive hit among tourists and locals and always worth a try.
Probably the best Argentine eatery in town, Cabaña las Lilas is always crowded. The restaurant owns its private ranch, and the Argentine beef is specially supplied from their ranch, makes it even tastier. Try the steak, sautéed vegetables with grilled onions. The restaurants offer both indoor and outdoor seating.
Address: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 516, C1107 CABA, Argentina
The Gran Café Tortoni is one of the oldest coffee houses in Buenos Aires, serving its guests since 1858. Its tango stage performances and events are the most awaited ones. Many known poets and writers gather here to discuss literature over a cup of hot cocoa and deep-fried batter, known as 'Chocolate con Churros'.
Address: Av. de Mayo 825, C1084 CABA, Argentina
Cuisine: Mediterranean and International
This restaurant belongs to the old world generation of Buenos Aires dining eateries, serving since 1950. The walls tell the story of the famous literature personas such as Rubén Darío and José Hernández, who have gathered here.
Address: Avenida Callao 1165, Buenos Aires 1425 Argentina
If you are visiting Siga La Vaca, try the buffet with a variety of side dishes. Being a barbecue restaurant, it offers some impressive meat dishes at a low price.
Address: Av. Alicia Moreau de Justo 1714, C1099 Buenos Aires, Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina