The food. The wine. The ambiance. They all come together like songs from your favorite band. Of course, good fine dining is an experience for all your senses, but especially in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where you will find a bevy of unique establishments to tempt your palate and keep you enthralled.
To experience plate after plate of lovingly presented food optionally paired with a series of wines, discover the seven course menus at iLatina and Chila. Fine service is the word at iLatina, with its feast of old and new Latin American flavors, while Chila unabashedly improves upon modern Argentine cuisine.
If you seek the taste of quality in every bite, Bar du Marche and Don Julio are happy to oblige. While many French restaurants outside of France lack that “je ne sais quoi”, small Bar du Marche is not one of them. The meat at Don Julio is worth waiting for: well prepared and incredibly tender. In fact, if you are forced to wait outside for a table, you are often treated to a glass of sparkling wine.
For a polished atmosphere, discover Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant Osaka and Mediterranean-food-meets-New York Basa Basement Bar & Restaurant. Both restaurants are elegant and sleek, with dark tones predominating; one is beautifully inspired by Japanese aesthetics and the other by New York.