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Brazil Cafes and Restaurants

Cafes & Restaurants

A Los Amigos
Parrillas, pastas, and pescados (fish plates) fills the menu here. Both outdoor and indoor dining areas are available in summer. Credit cards are excepted.

Located at:
Carlos Pellegrini 625,
Tel: 1-393-3880


A'Nonna Immacolata
The walls of this Italian-American restaurant along the Costanera Norte are papered with circulation 1,000 peso notes. The tablecloths are pink to complement the pale orange bills. Homemade pastas(with ham, sage, and white wine), and such seafood dishes as lobster pescatore and linguine with clams are the specialties.

Located at:
Av. Rafael Obligado
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-782-1757


The atmosphere of ABC creates a striking contrast with the busy '90's life outside. Old Argentine waiters stroll peacefully about the black and white checkered floor, bringing dishes prepared by a 30-year veteran chef. The entrees include herring in sour cream sauce, bratwurst with mashed potatoes, Hungarian goulash, and apple strudel with delicious baked apples.

Located at:
Lavalle 545
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-393-3992


Pizza and pasta dishes are served efficiently on red-checker tablecloths. Families crowd the place for dinner on Sunday. It also bustles with tourists and nearby office workers.

Located at:
Calle Esmeralda 776
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-322-7652


In a city not noted for its Chinese cuisine, Chinatown stands out. Located in Belgrano near the train station, with the traditional red and black pagoda style decor.

Located at:
Av. Juramento 1656
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-786-3456


Circolo Italiano
This elegant restaurant in the Barrio Norte, housed in a French mansion with high ceilings and spacious rooms, caters to the city's influential Italian community. Its varied menu offers more than just excellent pasta, meat and fish plates are also served.

Located at:
Calle Libertad 1264
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-811-1767


This small, intimate restaurant is an ideal place for a quiet eatery. Brochettes of prawns and mushrooms or tenderloin scallops with martini sauce are specialties which is worth a try. Also delicious is the trout with vegetables or salmon with caviar.

Located at:
Calle San Martνn 961
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-311-5433


A popular luncheon and dinner spot that serves an upscale, yuppie crowd, Harper's is a place to see a revealing cross section of locals and to enjoy a tender steak or a good plate of pasta. Cordero del Diablo a tangy lamb dish is a traditional favorite, here.

Located at:
Calle R.M. Ortiz 1763
Buenos Aires
Tel: 1-801-7140


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