Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

Roux
Roux serves contemporary, seasonal cuisine from chef Martin Rebaudino in a light and airy space in Recoleta in Buenos Aires.
Lusitano
Found in Buenos Aires' Palermo neighbourhood, Lusitano restaurant serves rich, elegant European cuisine in stately, art-encircled surrounds.
Proper
Housed in a former mechanic’s shop, Proper – with chefs Leo Lanussol and Augusto Mayer at the helm – is a bright light on Buenos Aires’ dining scene.
Sucre
Modern Argentinian food in an industrial-chic backdrop.
Rondinella
The edgy Colegiales district is where you’ll find this homely, rustic Italian…
Morena
Morena overlooking the River Plate is perfect for illicit liasions or pre-clubbing fodder.
Guido’s Bar
The charming Guido's has resisted modernisation just be prepared to eat and eat and eat.
Oviedo
Oviedo is one of the highlights of the wealthy residential Palermo barrio.
Tipo Casa
Tipo Casa, although off the beaten track, is an authentic slice of old Buenos Aires.
Brasserie Petanque
A staple on the BA gastronomic scene the brasserie is well located for evening fun.
Standard
The Standard serves up simple homely but delicious fare.
Guido’s
A must for wine buffs go for a thorough education in Argentinian wine.
Osaka
The glamorous Osaka continues to deliver excellent food and a great crowd.
La Bourgogne
With fabulous food and a great wine list this is the place for a truly spoiling dinner.
Resto
Despite an outwardly unprepossessing venue this is a lovely mellow restaurant.
Verde Llama
Verde Llama is catering for new culinary demands with elegant fresh and original food.
Green Bamboo
Join the well-dressed crowd for people watching excellent cocktails and good cuisine.
Agraz
This temple of gastronomy has a regular stream of devoted worshippers.
Ilatina
An unusual and slightly exotic mix Latin American and Colombian Caribbean cuisine that is really worth a visit
La Farola de Cabildo
Come hungry - this place is designed for a fun, friendly food fest.
Sudestada
Join an off duty crowd of glamorous portenos tucking into curries and spring rolls.
Thymus
Delicious food served up in a warm unpretentious arty restaurant.
Piegari
Piegari is the pick of the bunch in Recoleta - for both fun and food.
Arguibel
Dinner at Arguibel is the perfect launch pad for an evening of Las Canitas fun.
Bereber
Kick back in the relaxed seating and feast on tagines and other Moroccan delicacies.
La Cabrera
Combining the best of the parilla with a little latterday chic-ness this place is a must.
Little Rose
This fabulously chic sushi restaurant is an excellent dinner venue.
Dominga
Both Dominga's menu and clientele reflect Palermo Hollywood's eclecticism.
Rio Alba
Traditional parrilla where the order of the day is meat, meat and more meat.
Tancat
Head to Tancat for some truly authentic Spanish cuisine.
Tomo Uno
One of Buenos Aires' most sophisticated restaurants- exceptional food.
Sirop
Sirop has great Argentinean food - perfect for a romantic dinner under the stars.
Nihonbashi
This isn't 'scene-sushi' but the real deal so kick off your shoes and tuck in.
Juana M
Join the young Argentinian crowd at Juana M for good food and cocktails.
Bar Uriarte
Palermo Viejo's charms are all neatly encapsulated in the lovely Bar Uriarte.
Patagonia Sur
Despite its location Patagonia Sur is cosy to the core and serves excellent food.
La Brigada
One of the best parilla (grills) in town La Brigada is a San Telmo institution...
Desde el Alma
This sinfully romantic restaurant serves up delicious beef in mellow candlelight.
Azema Exotic Bistro
Let your senses travel at the wonderfully diverse Azema Exotic Bistro.
Los Loros
Los Loros is ideal for a get-a-way lunch after a morning at the market.

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