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Buenos Aires, Argentina


10 great Buenos Aires restaurants
As the Argentinian saying goes, "Hunger is a good kitchen." It also makes for a great restaurant
By Gabriel O'Rorke, for CNN Travel        29 November, 2012

Buenos Aires has been known to captivate many a visitor, providing such ample entertainment that many find themselves stripped of the will to leave.

A large portion of the Argentine capital’s ability to charm comes down to its outstanding cuisine -- here are 10 of its best eateries.

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Puerta cerrada ("closed door") restaurants are a hit in Buenos Aires. At Casa Saltshaker the concept is simple: guests book online and turn up at chef Dan Perlman's house for a five-course meal en famille.

The food is often inspired by global events –- for example, a hint of Asia on Chinese New Year.

Dan’s motto is "Food and Conversation," making this a good option if you're traveling alone or fancy meeting new people.

Between Peña and Pacheco de Melo, Recoleta; +54 911 6132 4146; moderate; www.casasaltshaker.com

 

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