Aramburu Restaurant, a Foodie Adventure in Buenos Aires

On a quiet street in the working class neighborhood of San Telmo in Buenos Aires sits Aramburu Restaurant. It’s low key, graffittied, and bright pink facade hides all clues to the creative culinary landscape that resides inside. Once inside, the setting is warm and unpretentious. The space is open and looks upon a large window into the kitchen, or maybe better described as the science lab, where you can see several mad scientist/artisans at work fashioning a very imaginative and playful meal. Aramburu features a set 10 (or more) course meal with optional wine pairing (which we highly recommend) as it is an exquisite addition to this fun play on Argentine cuisine. If you are visiting Buenos Aires, Aramburu is an absolute must.

The lab-where the magic happens.

A selection of amuse bouches to start our meal.

Edible watercolors, painting your food is encouraged.

This dish was still smoking as it arrived at the table, it was divine.

Aramburu is truly foodie heaven and not to be missed if you find yourself in Buenos Aires.

Eat, Love, Drink, Live, and Eat Curated.

Salta 1050 :: C1074AAV
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
T. +5411 4305 0439

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