Top 3 Tips: the nicest restaurants in the famous Barrio Chino of Buenos Aires
Top 3 tips: the nicest restaurants in the famous Barrio Chino of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires has so much to offer, that our students learning Spanish in Buenos Aires will never finish to explore this amazing city.
One of the not-to-be-missed visits, is to Buenos Aires’ China Town, El Barrio Chino, located in Belgrano, a trendy residencial neighborhood next to Palermo.
Besides buying ingredients to prepare Asian food, there are more things to experience in here. And one of them is an obvious one: try the delicious and amazing Asian Food.
But where to go? Here are the best tips!
At Low 646 you will find a restaurant that adds a Japanese and Argentine touch to the Peruvian cuisine. With a fancy interior, dimmed lights, comfy seats, personal service and an equipped bar, you will have a wonderful evening.
There is sushi and sashimi with mango and coconut, and of course there are also the traditional sushi rolls. If you are not a fan of raw food, you can choose from a variety of grilled meat or spider crab raviolis.
After you finish your food, you can continue your night on the cocktail-like terrace on the second floor. You can order extraordinary drinks with ingredients like yerba mate syrup, chocolate popcorn, banana-infused bourbon and more.
This restaurant offers delicious sushi and grilled dishes, a modern interior, experienced staff, and Pisco drinks in different varieties. The food is supposed to be excellent, especially their classic dishes, such as “Olvidado tiradito”, octopus, or their beef kebab with a spicy garlic sauce.
At this restaurant you can find the best food from East Asia. You sit in communal spaces and you will have an open view of the kitchen. You will be welcomed with a nice bowl of sweet potato crisps and sour pickles. You can order special cocktails from their small but defined menu. The dinner menu ranges from normal sushi to special sushi rolls, dumplings, pork buns, wontons, pad thai and more. Their menu changes every so often, which makes it interesting to visit this restaurant more than once!
If you want to eat sushi but you do not want to spend too much money in a fancy restaurant, than you can also buy sushi to go. There are also supermarkets in the barrio that have sushi counters where you can pick up some freshly prepared sushi rolls and take them home to eat.