Finally, an Italian restaurant that offers something different. Excellent, creative pastas, a good range of meat dishes and some wonderful risottos, with ingredients such as seafood and wild mushrooms.
Quite simply, the best chocolate in town. Don’t skip it. Seriously.
Every Argentine town has at least one gut-busting tenedor libre (all-you-can-eat restaurant); Bariloche’s lays it on thick, with plenty of parrilla items, pastas, salads and fiambres (cold meats).
A warm and inviting little Mexican restaurant. Dishes tend more toward the Tex Mex than you would think (the owners hail from Mexico City), but the flavors are good and the servings generous.
It’s worth dining at this esteemed parrilla simply to see the astonished look on tourists’ faces when a slab of beef the size of a football lands on the table; it’s the AR$100 bife de chorizo (the AR$80 portion is p…
This cozy vegetarian restaurant serves sublime set lunches and dinners, including tea.
Ask anyone in town who serves the best ice cream in Bariloche and they’ll reply with one word: ‘Jauja.’ Many say it’s the best in the country.
There’s exactly one Chinese restaurant in town, and it’s not bad – all the usual suspects at decent prices.
The most atmospheric confitería (cafe offering light meals) in town has good coffee, reasonably priced sandwiches and burgers, and some good regional specialties.
No tourist nonsense here – just big servings of straight-up Argentine classics. It's a short menu, which changes daily, so it's always worth popping in to see what's on offer.