Argentine style restaurants have a wide arrange of food on offer
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Restaurants for Argentine Food in Buenos Aires

Although sometimes it feels like the only food options are succulent beef or Italian food, in the majority of eateries you will find extensive menus with further options.

Milanesas, or breaded cutlets, are a popular lunch. At night, picadas, or bite sized appetizers of ham, cheese and olives, are great served with a cold Quilmes beer.  Spanish style tortilla, a potato and egg dish, is always a safe bet, and there are also a wide variety of tartas, or quiches, and sandwiches.

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Argentine Food Restaurants
Manolo Restaurant

Manolo Restaurant

Manolo is a true local favorite – an affordable no-frills spot. It’s a place where you are assured of getting a true ‘Buenos Aires’ experience in the heart of the southern neighborhood of San Telmo.

Argentine Food Restaurants
Ña Serapia

Ña Serapia

Join us as we dig in to a bowl of what some consider the best locro in the city – Argentina’s National Dish – at Ña Serapia in the heart of Alto Palermo, and learn why this dish is symbolic of the May Revolution!