While there are some convenient dining options inside the Buenos Aires cruise port, if you have the time to venture out further, then take the opportunity to eat alongside the locals and sample some of the foods and experiences the city has to offer. Admittedly, choices immediately surrounding the cruise port are slim, but there is a wealth of dining options in the neighborhoods that ring around it like Retiro, Recoleta and Puerto Madero. There restaurants serve everything from traditional Argentine cuisine like barbequed meat, pasta and pizza to different ethnic cuisines like Peruvian and Mexican.
If you crave an upscale meal you won’t easily forget, head directly to one of Buenos Aires’ best restaurants, Osaka, a Japanese-Peruvian fusion restaurant located in Puerto Madero. But if you want to try some of that Buenos Aires pizza you may have heard so much about, head to the informal, local favorite Güerrín for some of the city’s best pizza.