Parrilla Don Julio in Baires, Buenos Aires C.F. (Palermo Soho) Classic Palermo Soho steakhouse Don Julio’s entraña (skirt steak) makes dreams come true as does their bife ancho (prime rib) with a goat cheese provoleta (grilled cheese) on the side and a beautiful bottle Lagarde’s Henry Gran Guarda No 1 a blend.
FILETE DE OJO A LA PARRILLA: Grilled Rib Eye Steak, Over Roasted Potatoes, Grilled vegetables & Peppercorn Sauce
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Choripan street food in San Telmo - Buenos Aires, Argentina
SAN TELMO: If you are visiting BA for a short time and find yourself in San Telmo, La Brigada is a quality parrilla that rarely fails. Maybe the waiters gimmickily cut the beef with spoons, and perhaps it’s a bit annoying when you are crammed into the tourist section, but there are something about La Brigada’s steaks that just aim to please. The sweetbreads and provoleta make for a powerful entrada duo, while really any cut of steak will satisfy.
PALERMO SOHO: You can expect scrumptious dishes like quail, snapper, clams, duck confit, homemade pastas, rabbit and many more delights that you normally wouldn’t see on Buenos Aires menus. One of my all-time favorites, is the slow cooked Osso Bucco Cannelloni (made in-house), served with provolone cheese, tomatoes and topped with an herbed butter. Although you can skip the bife de chorizo and risotto, I’ve found the LP has been the most consistently good restaurant in the city.