Truly amazing tasting menu - food, atmosphere, and service all phenomenal. Truly one of the best meals of my life (especially considering the very reasonable price).
We ate at Aramburu from recommendations on Trip Advisor and a friend who lives in BA. It did not disappoint. Everything was very creative, delicious, and service was excellent. We chose not to have the wine pairing since we don't enjoy white wines and left wine choices up to the sommelier. Every single wine was wonderful. DO GO!! Our only... More
We called to book a table and were told there was as a special set menu. They asked beforehand if we had any special requirements, allergies etc which was my case. They prepared specific dishes for me while everyone else had the "normal" dishes from the set menu. The food is very creative and there were a few courses that... More
Everything was excellent, the waitress perfectly explained us every dish. Superb flavor and presentation. The sommelier recommended a very nice wine at a very fair price. A must in Buenos Aires
This was the best dinner we have ever had in Buenos Aires. The prices are high, compare to other restaurants, but its worth it! Not only the food was special, but the presentation, super pro! We recommedn this place as a "must" of the modern culinary.
I lost track of how many courses it was. Somewhere just south of 100. Well more around 10 but all delicious and different then your typical food experience. It felt like every 10 minutes we were surprised with another savory treat. They were small so didn't leave fully too full. Atmosphere is great for a group of friends wanting to... More
Having read all the glowing reviews here on Tripadvisor, I had to try this place. You walk in straight from a very busy Street into a very nicely decorated resto, but don`t select a table by the window, there is an awfull lot of traffic, including buses passing by constantly, which really rather ruins a romantic evening, we could hear... More
Course after course of sumptuous food and wonderful wines, on our first day in BA. The price was expensive at 950 pesos each, including wine pairings and tip. But worth it for an awesome evening!
Ok, don't walk there, it is not in an area you want to walk in at night. But, who cares??? You are up to a gastronomy experience, you are not going out for a walk. Go there if you have a passion for gastronomy, for many courses that are a feast of tastes. Go there if you have time and... More
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