BA’s petite but exuberant Barrio Chino (Chinatown), established by Taiwanese immigrants after WWII, is worth a visit for the great-value...
Museo Casa de Yrurtia
Reclusive Rogelio Yrurtia (1879-1950), best known for his sculpture Canto al Trabajo on Plazoleta Olazábal in San Telmo, designed this...
Museo Histórico Sarmiento
Opposite Plaza Belgrano, this museum contains memorabilia of Domingo F Sarmiento, one of Argentina's most famous presidents, diplomats...
As the saying goes, ‘the worse the decor, the better the food’ – and this is spot on at this Taiwanese restaurant in Belgrano’s...
Cnr Arribeños & Mendoza · interesting places nearby
Cantina Chinatown information
Buenos Aires’ little Chinatown is the barrio to be in when you feel like trading your steak knife for a pair of palitos (chopsticks). Fried-rice-and-jasmine-tea purists favor traditional, family-run diners like the cheerful Cantina Chinatown Plop down at a table by the corner window and order up tender empanadas chinas a la plancha (pot-stickers) and a deep, steaming bowl of rice noodle soup seasoned with delicious Argentina beef.