Puerto Madero is the newest and most modern neighborhood in Buenos Aires. It was created around 20 years ago and renovated from the swampland outside of the city. Now it is the city’s cosmopolitan center, with fancy hotels, beautiful parks and outdoor spaces and cutting edge restaurants. If you are looking for a upscale lunch or dinner out, here is a look at the top Puerto Madero restaurants:
Siga La Vaca
Welcome to Argentina paradise. An all you can eat buffet of parrilla specialties. Beef, chicken, pork, side dishes like salads, cheeses, and vegetables are stacked on various tables waiting to be eaten. The food is fresh, tasty, and is all available for one flat price.
Museo Del Jamon
Travel back to some of Argentina’s roots: Spain. Museo del Jamon is a famous Spanish restaurant and eatery specializing in ham products and everything related.
Unico Puerto Madero
Half bar and half restaurant, you will feel like cocktail royalty while you sip on a specialty drink and munch on some paired bar snacks.
Middle Priced Options
Craving happy hour Margaritas? Head to Lupita, Puerto Madero’s Mexican food option. Lupita is eclectic and engaging, with great decorations, wide variety of Mexican food, and even better margaritas.
Johnny B Good
For a taste of the US of A, Johnny B Good has good old fashioned rock and roll vibes. Menu includes classic appetizers like nachos, french fries, and appetizers like club sandwiches and hamburgers. Popular American music plays all night long.
Don’t miss an Argentina parrilla experience. In Puerto Madero, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the waterfront, while chowing down on typical parrilla plates. At La Bistecca, you will find the quality of the meats are high class to match the charming atmosphere.
The homemade pastas are the chef’s choice at Il Fiume. The sorrentinos, giant pastas filled with cheese and other ingredients, are packed with incredible flavor; we’d give it diez puntos!
Higher Priced Options
The upscale sushi option in Buenos Aires has a location on the Puerto Madero waterfront. The sushi rolls and sashimi options are a sure bet for Japanese cuisine connoisseurs. You can also order hot dishes like rice or noodles.
Buenos Aires is known for its Italian cuisine and Il Gato continues this reputation. Italian dishes like pastas, pizzas, and mediterranean favorites like parmegianas are restaurant delicious staples. If you are looking for Italian food in Puerto Madero restaurants, this is your go-to!
A Buenos Aires favorite in its Palermo location, Osaka brings fresh and flavorful fish to the Puerto Madero location. With innovative fusions with Peru and other Latin cuisine, Osaka modernizes Japanese cuisine.
There are so many exciting Puerto Madero restaurants! Let Say Hueque help plan your trip to Buenos Aires and try them for yourself!