Aramburu Restó

Buenos Aires

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Aramburu Restó

Another restaurant listed among Latin America's top 50, Aramburu Restó showcases the culinary talents of Gonzalo Aramburu in an unassuming location that you might miss entirely if you're not looking for it. The extensive sampling menu consists of up to 19 small courses, each one a work of art, naturally paired with the perfect accompanying wine.


The first thing that pops into people's minds when thinking of a typical Argentinian dish is certainly steak. The whole country is famous for its juicy and flavorful steaks from grass-fed Pampas cattle. "Parrilla", meaning both steakhouses and the grill itself is key to the country's cuisine and culture, but be sure to explore other culinary trends during your visit. The popular "bodegones", or neighbourhood eateries, serve meat, pasta, fish, pizza, and many other kinds of food. A large number of new restaurants are opening regularly, bringing a larger variety of international specialities (i.e Asian, French, Italian and South American) to the dining scene in Buenos Aires. However, let's not forget about the most important and symbolic national street food, the "choripán", the ubiquitous grilled chorizo sandwich.