First, the steaks were extremely good. Buenos Aires is a great alternative to the usual dark wood and stuffy steak houses. You feel like you’re more in a Argentinian soccer bar. We thought it had a great vibe and energy.
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Cozy place on the Lower East Side. Never had skirt steak before. Definitely will have it again. Nice tender cut well grilled. Service was fast and friendly. It did get a little crowded and tables are on the small side. A few less tables might...More
Felt like I was back in Buenos Aires at an upscale Asado restaurant. Its on the expensive side... but the steak is worth it. Next time I'm in NYC.. I will be back!
This is the best Argentinean Restaurant in New York City, Queens and Brooklyn. Is not cheap but is totally worth it, for 2with no wine empanadas, entrees and dessert usd 100 approx. On Lunche time they have a special Menu, less expensive. Everything is perfect....More
Came here for dinner, pleasantly surprised at how good everything was. Laid back feel like many of the Asado restaurants in Argentina. The Provoleta Argentina (fried cheese) and Ojo De Bife were really well prepared and tasty. We miss Salchicha Parrillera from our time in...More
Really good food, friendly service and great atmosphere. We went twice and on our second time they remembered our daughters preferred meal, including lots of extra Parmesan! They looked after my Mum and took care of my husbands beer choice from memory. Fabulous restaurant, genuine...More
... and we enjoyed an excellent lomo with one of best wines of Argentina. This was our 4th or 5th visit at the Buenos Aires over the last few years and we have always had an exellent meal. The choice of food is good and...More
First, if you are looking for a stuffy old boys club steakhouse, this is not it. It was a fun and lively combination of an Argentina soccer bar and steakhouse. The steaks are solid especially the bone in ribeye. The service is solid--attentive but not...More
Friends who had never been to NY wanted a Manhattan steak experience. I'm tired of the traditional steak houses and wanted something more exotic. Buenos Aires was just that. The steak was on par if not better than the well known steak joints offer and...More