TOP 5: Best parrillas in Buenos Aires
It is difficult to distinguish in Argentina in a sector as competitive as grills but in this post we share the 5 best grills to eat in Buenos Aires so that you have in mind when traveling to the city.
1- La Cabrera
La Cabrera is distinguished by first quality meats and by its broilers that prepare them at their right and desired point. With generous portions and excellent service, it has become the icon grill in the neighborhood of Palermo. Some of the most recommended cuts are the classic ones like the Bife de chorizo or the Eye of bife, or your choice of matured meat, the Bife Dry Aged, for demanding palates. There are also delicious appetizers, such as raw ham with mozzarella, arugula, basil and tomato or the Chorisan ??, a version of choripan with lettuce, tomato, creole sauce and chimichurri with herbs. For dessert the chocolate volcano with ice cream is recommended.
Address: José Antonio Cabrera 5099. Palermo.
Phone: +54 114832-5754
2- Los Talas del entrerriano
This popular grill with a large quincho lounge is located in the town of José León Suárez and is staffed by its owners, Oscar ?? the Entrerriano ?? and family, along with a great staff. Their homemade chorizos are recommended, and the exquisite classic cuts like the Bife de Chorizo or the pork Bondiola, or the grilled Chivito.
Address: Av. Brigadier Juan Manuel de Rosas 1391, José León Suárez, Province of Buenos Aires.
3- Don Julio
Located in an old house in a corner of Palermo with exposed brick walls and double height ceilings, it is ideal to enjoy the best of the Argentine barbecue. The meats that are served are exclusively from pastures, with a special mention to the Eye of bife and the Entraña, and everything is of maximum quality. Also they emphasize his achuras, the provoleta, and his fried criollas empandas. Another strong point of Don Julio is his excellent wine list, recommended by its owner, sommelier Pablo Rivero.
Address: Guatemala 4691, Palermo, City of Buenos Aires.
Telephone: 4831 9564/4832 6058
4- El pobre Luis
It is a traditional Uruguayan grill with thirty years of history in the neighborhood of Belgrano, and set with football shirts. Its owner, Luis Acuña, prepares delicious dishes such as chorizo de rueda without tying, the liver to the cloth (liver steak wrapped in bacon and laurel), pamplonas of chicken, pork or loin, the strip of roast and lamb.
Address: Arríbeños 2393, Bajo Belgrano, City of Buenos Aires.
Phone: 4780 5847
5- La brigada
It is a grill located in the neighborhood of San Telmo that is distinguished by the variety of its meat cuts and its extensive wine cellar. Its setting, typical Buenos Aires, has many autographed football shirts. The menu is extensive, with many entries such as Pata de cerdo or Provoleta de cabra, but what stands out are its meats and achuras. It is recommended to try the specialties of the house such as the special asado from the center, the special cut or the tapa de ojo de bife. Among the desserts, the dish of sweets with goat cheese and tiramisu stand out.
Address: United States 465, San Telmo.