Palermo Best Restaurants – Our Recommendations (Part 1)

Part 1: Our recommended restaurants for a formal dinner

Palermo is filled with good restaurants and bars. There are so many options that it is sometimes hard to pick one. Luckily, we have tested most of them so let us guide you! Craving for ethnical food? Try Green Bamboo. Had too many steaks? Head to Bio Restaurant. In this series of articles, discover recommended restaurants in Palermo.

Also see Palermo Restaurants Part 2: Our recommended restaurants in Palermo for a sunny lunch or brunch

UPDATED ON 01/07/2015

Where to eat in Palermo? Our recommended restaurants for a formal dinner:

 

Tegui

Palermo Hollywood Restaurants: Tegui

Both formal and modern, Tegui was designated best restaurant in Argentina (and 9th in South America) by Restaurant magazine. Everything is tastefully designed, from the waiters’ uniforms to tableware. Highly recommended to celebrate a birthday, an anniversary or if you simply want to enjoy a gourmet porteño meal.

 

Osaka

Osaka Restaurant Palermo Buenos AIresFor several years now, Osaka has been THE place to see and be seen. You will always see luxury cars parked near the entrance and will probably peak on some models inside. The food is Peruvian and Japonese. They offer a wide variety of delicious ceviche and sushi. Portions are small and prices are high.

 

Paraje Arévalo

Paraje Arevalo Behind the unpretentious décor hides one of the most sophisticated cuisine of Buenos Aires. Paraje Arévalo, by chefs Estefanía di Benedetto and Matías Kyriazis, offers a true author’s table. Choose between a 6 or 8-courses fixed menu (optional wine pairing). Some classic courses on the menu include sweetbread, slow-cooked egg, salmon cooked in beet juice, to cite some examples.

 

Crizia

Crizia Palermo Buenos AiresModern and elegant restaurant Crizia is a great option for a sophisticated “Porteño” meal. In addition to delicious meat and fish dishes, Crizia offers an oyster bar, a quite unique feature in Buenos Aires. The setting is ideal for a romantic dinner or a small group of friends.

 

Topinambour

Topinambour Restaurant Buenos Aires

Of course, we must recommend Topinambour restaurant, located on the ground floor of Palo Santo Hotel. French Chef Sébastien Fouillade offers an updated French cuisine with seasonal ingredients. Star dishes include a risottos, preserved duck and an amazing Kobe beef. Very romantic and charming patio.

 

Looking for more relaxed options? Check out Palermo Holllywood Restaurants Part 2: Our recommended restaurants in Palermo Hollywood for a sunny lunch or brunch

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