Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Buenos Aires

Alo’s
A contemporary cafe and bistro in San Isidro, Alo’s serves beautifully plated, contemporary dishes in its sleek, open-planned space.
Lima Limo
This riverside lunch spot provides a unique experience in tranquil surroundings. Although a 25 minute drive out of the city centre it is well worth the journey. Even the pickiest palatte will be satisfied by the excellent menu while those on a liqu
Pizza Cero
This popular snack joint is more of a 'destination' than a mere pizzeria.
La Cupertina
Head to La Cupertina for an authentic Argentine treat the Empanada.
Chez Pauline
A marvellous selection of tea and cakes from French owner Pauline.
Florencio
Florencio serves delicious tea and cakes in a wonderfully friendly environment.
Krishna
This special little place provides healthy food to keep the Argentines fit and pretty.
Angelina
This lovely little spot offers a fantastic menu of hot and cold snacks.
El Obrero
For a traditional Argentine meat feast there's no better place.
Lo de Jesus
Lo de Jesus is one of the landmarks of the culinary scene in Palermo Viejo.
Museo de Evita
This classic spot is a refreshing change from trendy cafes and chic wine bars.
Providencia
Although there is not a clean glass or a white tablecloth in sight the food is extraordinary.
El Claustro Santa Catalina
El Claustro offers an exquisite menu delicious wines and a refuge from Florida Street.
El Deznivel
A landmark of Argentine cooking where you will receive a hearty welcome.

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