The Argentina capital Buenos Aires is a city that has many options when it comes to places to eat. It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for a place to have breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner, there is plenty of choice.
Personally, I really love to have brunch during my weekends in Buenos Aires and I like to try new places as well. After many brunches around the city during my Spanish courses and internship in Buenos Aires, I can truly say that you must visit some of these places!
Another one I would recommend is the always crowded Oui Oui, located in Palermo Hollywood, very close to one of the popular AMAUTA Student Residences. It’s a French style café with delicious brunch combo’s including coffee or tea and fresh juice! The Bagel with salmon and avocado is a must, but they also have a lot of good muffins and tartas. It’s also good to know that everything of their bakery is half price between 8 and 9 PM. If you don’t like to wait, don’t go around lunch time in the weekend, as there will be a line. However, it is worth the wait.
The last but definitely least brunch place is Café Crespín. On first sight it does not look very spectacular but when you have a seat and look at the menu and their prices, you will become happy. If you can’t really decide whether you want sweet or salty, you can go for the combination with egg, bacon, and cinnamon French toast. This café is also located in Villa Crespo, near the outlet shopping area. Besides the brunch menu which is mostly available until 12.00 or 13.00, these cafe also have enough choice on their lunch menu.