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Buenos Aires Food Recommendations

    Exploring Buenos Aires' Food Scene

    When it comes to food, Buenos Aires is a treasure trove of flavors waiting to be discovered. With a rich cultural heritage and a mix of international culinary influences, the city offers a diverse gastronomic experience that will delight your taste buds. As passionate locals, we’ve curated a list of our favorite restaurants, the very places we frequent ourselves.
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    Buenos Aires' food scene
    Our recommendations come from a deep love of the city’s food scene, and we’re excited to share them with you. While this list is a great starting point, we recognize that Buenos Aires continues to reveal new culinary gems for the adventurous palate.

    Whether nestled in the heart of tourist hotspots or tucked away in hidden corners, each establishment on our list represents an authentic taste of Buenos Aires. Join us on a culinary journey beyond the typical tourist fare and discover the true essence of our vibrant city through its food.

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    Argentine Beef: A Love Affair with Parrillas

    When you think of Argentine cuisine, the first thing that comes to mind is beef – it’s the heart and soul of our culinary identity.
    In Buenos Aires, you’ll find dedicated establishments that specialize in the art of grilling meat, known as “parrillas” (named after the grill itself).
    These parrillas come in a variety of shapes and sizes, offering a range of experiences and price points. As a general rule, you’ll find that a slightly higher price often translates to superior quality cuts.
    Our love of beef extends beyond the ordinary cuts, and we encourage you to explore the world of “achuras” – the savory organ meats that hold a special place in our hearts.
    Sometimes it’s best to enjoy them without preconceptions. You’ll find them on restaurant menus with intriguing names like “riñones” (kidneys), “chinchulines” (chitterlings), and “mollejas” (sweetbreads).
    For a quintessential Argentine starter, order a “matrimonio” – a delightful combination of sausage and black pudding.
    Another not-to-be-missed delicacy at the Parrilla is the “Provoleta” – a masterpiece of cheese that is gently melted on the grill to achieve an unforgettable texture and flavor.

    Where to Savor Argentine Beef in Buenos Aires

    Discover our handpicked selection of the best parrillas in Buenos Aires, where you can indulge in the most delicious Argentine beef.
    We’ve curated options for different neighborhoods and budgets to suit every palate.

    El Viejo Vulcano (San Telmo)

    It’s what we affectionately call a “parrilla de barrio” – a neighborhood gem. Nestled in the heart of San Telmo, El Viejo Vulcano offers a traditional Argentine dining experience that’s a little off the beaten path, giving you a true taste of porteño life
    From the moment you step inside, the charm of the restaurant envelops you. A friendly gentleman in a hat greets you warmly and escorts you to your table.
    They offer some tables on the outdoor terrace, perfect for couples.
    El Viejo Vulcano is known for its affordability, making it a popular spot for locals. When dining for two, we usually start with a “provoleta” or perhaps some “chorizo” – or why not both if your appetite beckons.
    For the main course, we recommend sharing a succulent portion of “entraña” paired with a refreshing salad (“rúcula & parmesano” or “criolla”). And to finish your meal, don’t miss the delicious “volcán de chocolate” dessert.
    This hidden treasure promises an authentic Buenos Aires dining experience that’s both delicious and affordable.

    Cor-Te Comedor (Belgrano)

    Step into the contemporary world of parrillas at Cor-Te Comedor, where tradition meets innovation and flavors reach new heights.

    Unlike the typical parrilla, this establishment embraces modernity without sacrificing taste.

    At Cor-Te Comedor, expect sourdough bread instead of the usual fare. The ingredients here are a departure from the traditional, offering a distinctly contemporary culinary experience that never fails to please.

    The heart of the restaurant is the open kitchen, where you can witness the meticulous preparation of meat according to a strict protocol.
    The décor strikes a balance between modernity and coziness, with a charming small patio adorned with tables.
    We often visit Cor-Te Comedor with friends, making it an excellent place to share a variety of dishes.
    For starters, don’t miss the “provoleta”, the “morcilla patagonzola” (a black pudding with Gorgonzola cheese) and the “mollejas” (sweetbreads).
    For the main course, try the “pulpón de vacío” and the “bife de chorizo”, complemented by delicious side dishes such as “girgolas con puré de berenjena y kale” and “boniato con salsa criolla”.
    And to end your culinary journey, enjoy the unforgettable “Nemesis” dessert.
    Cor-Te Comedor also offers a wide selection of wines to complement your meal.
    What makes Cor-Te Comedor even more appealing is that, despite its exceptional quality, it’s less expensive than the usual tourist parrillas in Palermo.
    So not only do you get a memorable dining experience, you also get great value for your money.

    Empanadas: A Savory Argentine Tradition

    Empanadas are a cherished Argentine classic, and each province in the country boasts its own unique recipe, resulting in distinct flavors in both the dough and the fillings.
    While it’s often said that the best empanadas come from your own region, the good news is that you don’t have to crisscross Argentina to enjoy this culinary delight.
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    Traditional empanadas
    In Buenos Aires, you’ll find empanadas with recipes from every corner of the country.
    Empanadas are a quintessential part of Argentine cuisine, celebrated for their variety of fillings and preparation methods.
    The dough, whether baked or fried, plays a crucial role in defining their unique flavors.
    Empanadas can be baked or fried, but the real distinction lies in the mouthwatering fillings.
    Classic empanadas include “Carne” (beef), “Pollo” (chicken), “Jamon y Queso” (ham and cheese), “Humita” (corn cream), “Caprese” (cheese, tomato and basil), “Roquefort”, “Queso y cebolla” (cheese and onion) and “Atún” (tuna).

    Where to Savor Empanadas in Buenos Aires

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    Relishing Empanadas
    In Buenos Aires, there are many places to indulge in empanadas.
    Virtually every pizzeria offers these savory treats, and a good rule of thumb is that if the pizza is great, the empanadas are likely to be of high quality.
    Despite the plethora of choices, we’re pretty picky when it comes to empanadas. That’s why our recommendations are selective.

    La Morada (City Center)

    For those seeking empanada perfection, look no further than La Morada.
    In my humble opinion, it’s not just a place to eat empanadas; it’s the ultimate empanada destination in the world.
    La Morada has two locations, one in the Monserrat neighborhood (a stone’s throw from the Plaza de Mayo) and another in Barrio Norte.
    The Monserrat location caters primarily to the bustling working-class crowd, opening its doors only at noon on weekdays and maintaining a serene silence on weekends.
    A visit to La Morada’s Monserrat is a real adventure.
    It is not only a restaurant, but also a fascinating museum where history meets gastronomy.
    The walls are lined with vintage treasures, from puppets, posters and bottles to evocative photographs.
    Now let’s talk about the empanadas – the real stars of the show. La Morada makes its empanadas to perfection.
    Baked to golden perfection, the dough is a testament to excellence and the fillings are nothing short of delicious.
    Here are some delicious empanada recommendations to enhance your experience: “roquefort apio y nuez” (blue cheese, celery, and walnut), “carne picante” (spicy beef), “caprese” (cheese, tomato, and basil), “humita” (corn cream), and “muzzarela panceta y ciruela” (mozzarella, bacon, and plum).
    At La Morada, each empanada is a bite-sized slice of heaven, and each visit is a journey into empanada bliss.

    Bar de barrio: Exploring local hangouts

    In Buenos Aires, there’s a special kind of place that captures the heart of the neighborhood – we call them “bares de barrio”.
    These aren’t your fancy, upscale establishments; they’re the cozy, down-to-earth places that feel like a warm embrace from your own community.
    Now, you may ask, what exactly is a bar de barrio? Well, it’s your local watering hole, where familiar faces gather and you’re not just a customer – you’re family.
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    Bar de Barrio in Buenos Aires
    Picture it: simple wooden tables and chairs that don’t match, maybe a little worn from years of use, but oh so inviting.
    The atmosphere is relaxed, and it’s not uncommon to see friends sharing a laugh over a cup of coffee or a “picada” (a platter of cold cuts, cheese, and other appetizers).
    These bars boast a loyal clientele and are often family-owned or run by people who’ve been part of the neighborhood for generations.
    They cater to locals, and it’s common to find “habitués” – regulars who feel right at home.
    They may serve simple fare like sandwiches, empanadas or picadas, but it’s not just about the food, it’s about the experience.
    Sharing a plate, sipping a beer or aperitivo, or simply enjoying a cup of coffee while engaging in lively conversation with friends – that’s what these neighborhood gems are all about.

    Where to Find a “Bar de Barrio”

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    Usually there are tables on the sidewalk
    In Buenos Aires, each neighborhood has its own treasured “bar de barrio,” each with its own unique charm.

    These local hangouts are the lifeblood of the community. As you explore the city, we recommend checking out three of our favorites, each offering a distinctive experience.

    La Fuerza (Chacarita)

    In the heart of Buenos Aires, away from the tourist crowds, La Fuerza shines as a true “bar de barrio”.
    This hidden gem specializes in vermouth, offering four different varieties for you to sample and choose your favorite.
    Inspired by Spanish tapas bars, La Fuerza’s ever-changing menu is always full of delicious dishes, although the portions are not oversized.
    Sharing a selection of plates with friends is the way to go.
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    Vermut and sifon at La Fuerza
    The atmosphere is relaxed and the service is top notch. With a patio and a charming rooftop terrace, this is the ideal place to unwind.
    Despite its proximity to Palermo Hollywood, La Fuerza remains a local haunt, frequented mostly by locals who appreciate its authenticity.
    Our recommendations: Try the “buñuelos de acelga” (Swiss chard fritters) and the “croquetas de arvejas y queso” (“pea and cheese croquettes”).
    Our absolute favorite, however, are the “milanesitas a caballo” – bite-sized delicacies perfect for sharing with friends.

    Isla Flotante (Villa Crespo)

    In a quiet residential neighborhood, you’ll stumble upon a forgotten gem, Isla Flotante.
    This unassuming place may seem untouched by the years, but once you take a seat and peruse the menu, you’ll discover its contemporary charm.
    With tables on the terrace, this “bar de barrio” sets the stage for a relaxed experience. Their specialty is sandwiches, but don’t overlook the tasty tapas.
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    Outside tables in a quiet area
    Sharing these small plates adds to the conviviality of the visit.
    Among their sandwich offerings, the pastrami and tortilla options stand out.
    If you’re in the mood for something traditional, a throwback to our grandmothers’ beloved dishes, don’t miss the empanadas de morcilla.
    And for those with a taste for wine, their selection is sure to satisfy. This place seamlessly blends nostalgia and modernity, making it a hidden treasure in the neighborhood.

    Varela Varelita (Palermo)

    Located in the heart of Palermo, this traditional cafe and bar is a timeless institution.
    The passage of time seems to have had little effect on its charm, as it has remained a constant in the neighborhood landscape since 1950.
    What sets this place apart is its remarkable schedule.
    Varela Varelita open nearly 24 hours a day, Monday through Saturday, they welcome early risers at 7 a.m. and keep their doors open until the last patron leaves, which often extends past 2 a.m. and sometimes even later.
    More than just a workspace haven, it’s a fascinating place for people-watching, where the interactions between local regulars and the ever-friendly staff paint a vivid portrait of the neighborhood’s essence.
    But the real star here is their milanesa sandwich – a culinary masterpiece that has won our hearts.
    Trust us when we say we’ve scoured the neighborhood for this beloved dish, and this place takes the crown.

    Pizza: A Unique Buenos Aires Delight

    Buenos Aires pizza is a world unto itself, unlike any pizza you’ll find anywhere else.
    All variations feature cheese, often in generous amounts, perfectly suited to the Argentine palate.
    One of the joys of Buenos Aires pizza is its affordability, often sold by the slice. Take the opportunity to try as many slices as your heart desires!
    Most pizzerias have a bar where you can eat standing up.
    This is especially common in the city center, where you’ll find locals grabbing a quick bite during the lunch rush.
    It’s an excellent choice if you’re short on time or prefer immediate service, ensuring that you don’t miss out on the pizza delights that Buenos Aires has to offer.
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    Pizza traditional food in Buenos Aires
    As you peruse the menus of Porteño pizzerias, you’ll discover a fascinating array of pizza types. Here are some of the most popular:
    1. Muzzarella: The classic mozzarella pizza is a simple yet divine combination of tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese. Its simple taste highlights the quality of the ingredients.
    2. Napolitana: Named for its Italian roots, the Napolitana” pizza is topped with tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, ham and sometimes olives or roasted red peppers. It’s an explosion of flavors that pays homage to Naples.
    3. Fugazzeta: For cheese lovers, the fugazzeta is a must. It’s essentially a double-layer pizza with plenty of mozzarella and onions, often seasoned with oregano and sometimes topped with a drizzle of olive oil.
    4. Calabresa: If you crave a little spice, the Calabresa pizza is your answer. It features slices of spicy sausage, often accompanied by peppers and red pepper flakes for an extra kick.,
    5. Canchera: “Canchera pizza is all about indulgence. It piles on a variety of toppings, from ham and olives to hard-boiled eggs and even artichoke hearts, creating one flavorful slice.
    In Buenos Aires, you’ll also encounter a delightful accompaniment known as “fainá.”
    This unique treat is made from chickpea flour, baked to perfection, and sliced into thin pieces to accompany your pizza slice. You must try it!
    And what’s the quintessential drink to accompany your pizza in a traditional Buenos Aires pizzeria? It’s “Moscato” – a sweet, chilled white wine that is the perfect complement to your pizza feast.

    Where to Enjoy Pizza in Buenos Aires

    Pizza is a culinary treasure that reflects our Italian heritage.
    In Buenos Aires, you’ll find an abundance of pizzerias scattered throughout the city.
    However, we have our favorite gems – those enchanting places where a fantastic ambiance meets delectable food.

    El Cuartito (Barrio Norte)

    Located in Barrio Norte, close to Recoleta, El Cuartito embodies the essence of a traditional Buenos Aires pizzeria.
    The ambiance and décor here exude the quintessential atmosphere of Buenos Aires pizzerias.
    It’s a place where you can immerse yourself in our rich popular culture, from our deep-seated passion for soccer to the roots of the tango.
    El Cuartito is a popular spot that is often crowded on weekends or on any given night.
    Be prepared for a short wait, whether it’s for a table or a seat at the bar, where you can enjoy your meal standing up.
    Our recommendations include the Fugazzeta, a pizza that is a must try, and don’t forget to accompany it with a delicious fainá.
    To quench your thirst, try the traditional Moscato. And to end your culinary journey, treat yourself to the delicious Tarantella dessert.

    Tio Felipe (San Telmo)

    When it comes to pizzerias in San Telmo, Tio Felipe reigns supreme.
    This gem offers a charming sidewalk seating area, making it the perfect spot for warm summer evenings to soak up the neighborhood ambiance and cobblestone streets.
    What’s fascinating about Tio Felipe is its charming mismatched chairs and tables.
    Tio Felipe pizza restaurant
    This unexpected touch of originality adds to the restaurant’s unique character, even if it wasn’t intentional.
    You’ll find Tio Felipe tucked away in a small passageway, but with the help of Google Maps, finding your way to this delightful pizzeria is a breeze.
    For your culinary journey at Tio Felipe, we recommend indulging in the fugazzeta rellena, a mouthwatering treat.
    Don’t miss the Napolitana or the Provolone, both of which promise a burst of flavor.
    And, of course, be sure to try the fainá to complete your pizza experience. To complement your meal, quench your thirst with a refreshing glass of Moscato.

    Bodegones: A Taste of Porteño Tradition

    Bodegones are the quintessential Porteño dining experience, offering a diverse menu that includes everything from pasta to seafood, beef, pork, chicken and more.
    While the city’s local cuisine often revolves around steak, exploring a bodegón is a lesser-known culinary gem that you won’t want to miss during your stay in Buenos Aires.
    What sets these restaurants apart is their timeless ambiance. Stepping into a Bodegón is like stepping back in time.
    A select list of Bodegones hold a special distinction, protected by law as “Bares Notables”.
    These treasured establishments are required to maintain their original facades and interiors, and any changes must be approved by the city government.
    Their menus often feature classic Argentine dishes that have stood the test of time.
    Expect hearty portions and a warm, welcoming atmosphere that instantly transports you to another era.
    A visit to a bodegón is a journey into the heart of Argentine cuisine.
    Here you can enjoy dishes like “milanesa a la napolitana”, “guiso de lentejas” and “pastel de papas” – all prepared with the same dedication to tradition that has made bodegones a culinary institution.

    Where to Find It: Bodegones in Buenos Aires

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    Flan with dulce de leche & whipped cream
    In Buenos Aires, you’ll find a variety of bodegones, each with its own unique charm.
    Some have been serving loyal patrons for decades, and their walls bear witness to generations of patrons.
    Others are newer, but have embraced the timeless essence of a true bodegón.

    El Refuerzo (San Telmo)

    El Refuerzo holds a special place in our hearts as one of our favorite restaurants in Buenos Aires, and it’s not just for one reason, but for many, primarily for the exceptional quality of its cuisine.
    The ambiance has the charm of San Telmo’s old bars – unpretentious yet tastefully decorated, a welcoming haven for food lovers.
    Prepare to be pleasantly surprised by the generosity of their portions, perfect for sharing.
    Our go-to strategy for two is to split a starter and then share a main, and trust us, there’s more than enough to satisfy your appetite.
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    Tortilla española
    El Refuerzo strikes a balance with its prices, which are perfectly in line with the quality of the food.
    It’s neither extravagant nor budget-busting, making it accessible to a wide range of diners.
    The menu may not be extensive, but it offers a wide variety of options, ranging from refreshing salads and hearty sandwiches to tasty pastas and succulent meats.
    Here’s a delicious recommendation: indulge in the “ojo de bife” (ribeye), served with perfectly roasted potatoes and grilled vegetables, accompanied by chimichurri and salsa criolla.
    And to finish your feast, enjoy the irresistible flan with dulce de leche.
    El Refuerzo in San Telmo is a culinary oasis where quality, affordability and taste come together to create an unforgettable dining experience.

    El Federal (San Telmo)

    With over 150 years of history, El Federal stands as a venerable witness to the evolution of the San Telmo neighborhood, its identity shifting and adapting with the passing of time.
    Legend has it that in its earliest days it served as a neighborhood pantry, later housed a brothel, before finally finding its calling as a beloved bodegon.
    A visit to El Federal should be on your Buenos Aires itinerary.
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    Chocolate mousse
    Even if you don’t have time to sample the menu, just sitting down for a coffee will allow you to soak up the rich architectural and decorative heritage of this establishment.
    As for recommendations, don’t miss the iconic milanesas and the classic tortilla.
    These dishes encapsulate the timeless flavors that have made El Federal an enduring part of Buenos Aires’ culinary history.

    Buenos Aires Ice Cream: A Sweet Symphony

    In the realm of ice cream, Buenos Aires is a connoisseur’s paradise, and we proudly proclaim that the ice creams here truly deserve the accolade of being among the best in the world.
    The city is dotted with “heladerías artesanales”, establishments that make their own ice cream on site.
    This artisanal approach gives each ice cream flavor a distinct personality, ensuring a delightful experience for your taste buds.
    For us, there’s no better way to celebrate our Italian heritage than through the art of ice cream making.
    The undisputed champion of ice cream flavors in Buenos Aires is undoubtedly “Dulce de Leche,” a nod to our fervent devotion to this caramelized delight.
    It’s not uncommon for families to make a weekend trip to a heladería, where sharing a large container of ice cream is a cherished tradition.
    Argentines have an undying love for ice cream, and it’s not uncommon to see people ordering hefty portions, with the typical choice being the 1/4 kg container.
    In fact, the enjoyment of ice cream is not limited to a specific time of day; it’s a treat that can be enjoyed at any hour of the day.
    So, when you’re in Buenos Aires, don’t hesitate to indulge in this sweet symphony and join us in enjoying the city’s extraordinary ice cream offerings.

    Where to Indulge in Buenos Aires’ Ice Cream

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    Delicious ice cream in Buenos Aires
    We have discerning tastes when it comes to ice cream, so we don’t have an extensive list of recommendations, just our all-time favorite ice cream shops.

    Cadore (City Center)

    We confidently assert that Cadore is one of the best ice cream parlors in the world, easily securing a place in the top 10.
    Our praise is not alone; it’s echoed by esteemed organizations, including National Geographic, which has consistently recognized Cadore as one of the world’s best ice cream shops.
    Founded in 1957, Cadore has remained under the loving stewardship of the same family for generations.
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    Cadore, traditional ice cream shop
    This family bond is palpable among the staff, fostering a deep commitment to their craft and resulting in an exceptional product.
    When it comes to flavor recommendations, you’ll want to try their dulce de leche, celebrated for its rich and velvety goodness.
    Also, indulge in the rich and creamy Pistachio, made with authentic Italian pistachios. And for chocolate lovers, don’t miss the must-try dark chocolate flavor.
    Cadore’s offerings are a symphony of flavors that will leave your taste buds rejoicing.

    Vickens (Caballito)

    Vickens is undoubtedly a hidden gem in the ice cream world, a true “heladería de barrio” that’s earned its reputation by word of mouth.
    Conveniently located in front of a bustling plaza, it is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the daily life of the Porteños while enjoying a delicious ice cream.
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    Walking happy with an ice cream
    One exceptional aspect that sets Vickens apart is their generosity when it comes to scoops.
    For fans of “dulce de leche con nuez”, you’ll be delighted to find your ice cream generously decorated with an abundance of walnuts.
    Their “Chocolate Intenso” is a chocolate lover’s dream with a rich 70% cocoa content.
    And if you’re looking for something unique, don’t miss the delightful notes of sambayon flavor.

    Morning Brews and Merienda Delights in Buenos Aires

    On the vibrant streets of Buenos Aires, there’s a new kid on the block – the specialty coffee shop.
    These little gems have been popping up all over the city, bringing with them a new wave of coffee culture.
    You see, coffee hasn’t always been the center of attention in Buenos Aires. We’re more used to sipping mate, the beloved local beverage.
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    Café de especialidad
    Traditional coffee culture hasn’t really taken hold here.
    But now these specialty coffee shops are changing the game.
    They’ve become the go-to places for those seeking the perfect cup of coffee.
    And guess what? They’re not just about coffee; they often serve delicious pastries, sometimes even made in-house.

    Where to find your morning brew or merienda cravings

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    Random pastry
    So if you’re in the mood for a delicious cup of coffee and a sweet treat, you’ll find these specialty coffee shops scattered throughout the city.
    Join us as we explore these cozy corners dedicated to the art of brewing a good brew and serving up delicious pastries.

    Malcriada (Palermo)

    Three years ago, we stumbled upon Malcriada by chance when it was just a tiny spot. It was love at first sip.
    Run by a barista and a baker, this place stood out from the crowd with its exceptional quality.
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    Malcriada, our favourite place for merienda
    It didn’t take long for Malcriada to outgrow its cozy beginnings and move to a more spacious location, while still maintaining its top-notch offerings and impeccable service.
    Choosing from their menu is a delightful dilemma.
    When we stop by for breakfast or merienda, we often indulge on the spot and can’t resist taking home a selection of their mouthwatering pastries, both sweet and savory, along with delicious cakes and cookies. Malcriada is where quality meets comfort, and you’ll want to savor every bite.

    F5 - Atelier Fuerza (Villa Crespo)

    Tucked away in a shared space, F5 is our weekday brunch haven, ready to welcome you from 9am to 6pm.
    A word of caution, though: on evenings and Sundays, a separate restaurant takes over, and it’s earned some unflattering reviews on Google Maps.
    This unfavorable reputation is largely due to their evening efforts.
    But back to the sunny side. F5 sets the bar high with its exceptional cuisine and attentive service.
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    Lovely brunch from F5
    It’s a proud member of the Atelier Fuerza bakery brand, known for introducing sourdough to Buenos Aires when it was a rare find.
    The bread here is a revelation, and what makes each visit exciting is the ever-changing selection of pastries and cakes. You’ll always be pleasantly surprised.
    For a consistently rewarding experience, we wholeheartedly recommend indulging in the brunch for two, a menu item that’s sure to leave you satisfied.
    F5 is a brunch oasis where variety and quality come together, making it a must-visit for those in search of an unforgettable morning meal.

    ¡Buen provecho!

    As we say adiós to our gastronomic journey through Buenos Aires, we invite you to embrace the flavors and traditions we’ve shared with you.
    The Buenos Aires food scene is more than just a dining experience; it’s an expression of our rich culture and a celebration of life.
    From sizzling parrillas to mouthwatering empanadas, mouthwatering pizzas, treasured bodegones, sweet ice creams, and the rising wave of specialty coffees, every bite is a connection to our heritage and a taste of our passion.
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    As locals who live and breathe this city, we’ve carefully selected these recommendations not just for their culinary excellence, but for the stories they tell and the memories they create.
    It’s a privilege to guide you through this culinary adventure, and we hope you find as much joy in savoring these flavors as we do.
    Remember, every bite in Buenos Aires is a step deeper into the heart and soul of our beloved city.
    So gather your companions, embark on this culinary exploration, and let the vibrant streets of Buenos Aires embrace you.
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