Dale perejil al toro

Address: Estado de Israel 4483 – Villa Crespo

A non-traditional small parrilla porteña. A warm ambience with lots of natural light and colors, and a smoker-friendly yard with bindweed. The classical Argentine parrilla is combined with the offer of meat cuts and achuras (offals) of wild animals – caiman, deer, wild boar, animelles and lamb kidneys, all grilled. The menu also offers really good starters, homemade pasta, typical and not-so-typical side dishes, grilled vegetables, dishes from Porteño cuisine, and homemade desserts. The wine menu is comprehensive and varied.

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La Cholita

Address: Rodríguez Peña 1165 – Recoleta

In Recoleta, this restaurant is the right option if you want to taste regional food, and enjoy the parrilla, one of the most interest things in the menu. The ambience is cozy and informal. The grilled vegetable juntadito, the tenderized pig skirt steak, and the grilled polenta are some of its specialties.

Divina Patagonia

Address: Honduras 5710 – Palermo

This restaurant has been created by people from Patagonia in a warm restaurant in Palermo that is a corner in the far south in an old neighborhood house. The decoration is inspired on the flora of Patagonia with many different autochthonous flowers such as amancay and lupín. Each of said flowers has a religious meaning for the aborigines. The raw materials are specially brought from Patagonia in order to prepare the dishes as the Divina Patagonia salad, with deer in spiced oil, herbs, cheese, toasted almonds, dried tomatoes and Andean vinegar. There is also wild boar sirloin with mango, Patagonian lamb with forest mushrooms and fresh trout grilled with toasted almonds. There are also desserts prepared with fine ingredients such as raspberries from El Bolsón or rosa mosqueta from Bariloche.
It also has a small shop where you can buy regional high-quality products.

La Cupertina

Address: Cabrera 5296 – Palermo

This traditional restaurant is located within a picturesque corner in Palermo. It is devoted to the elaboration of local food of which the empanadas, the lentils with chocolate and the quesillo with cayote squash as dessert stand out. It is decorated with wood furniture in an old building with tall ceilings and big windows that grant excellent natural lighting conditions during lunchtime.

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La Cocina Barrio Norte

Address: Av. Pueyrredón 1508 – Recoleta

The best empanadas are found in this native food restaurant in Recoleta. The locro and tamales are highly recommended. It is a small, though extremely cozy place. It is ideal for groups of friends.

La Querencia

Address: Junín 1308 – Recoleta

This restaurant is specialized in local food, its specialty are empanadas but locro, carbonadas and tamales stand out as well. It has tables in the open so as to enjoy the Spring sun while tasting the delicacies; the interior has a family and countryside style. It offers delivery service.

El Sanjuanino Barrio Norte

Address: Sanchez de Bustamante 1788 – Recoleta

This restaurant has more than 30 years of experience in the elaboration of a broad variety of “empanadas”. Its familiar ambience resembles the Argentinian Northwest. Apart from the exquisite empanadas, the traditional desserts with home-made jams are recommended.

El Sanjuanino Recoleta

Address: Posadas 1515 – Recoleta

This restaurant has more than 30 years of experience in the elaboration of a broad variety of “empanadas”. Its familiar ambience resembles the Argentinian Northwest. Apart from the exquisite empanadas, the traditional desserts with home-made jams are recommended.