Restaurants

Top Choice Seafood in Rosario

Escauriza

Backing Florida beach, this legendary place is one of Rosario's best spots for fish. The enormous indoor-outdoor dining area is redolent with the aromas of chargrilling river catch like surubí; start with some delic…
Top Choice Basque in Rosario

Zazpirak Bat

From outside, this Basque cultural center gives few clues that there's a restaurant inside, and the menu seems a little humdrum at first glance. But what a place this is. Fish and seafood are prepared to give maximu…
Italian in Rosario

Restaurant Bruno

An elegant villa a block from Pellegrini is decorated with dark wood and tasteful gondolier prints. Well-heeled locals flock here for homemade pasta, which has a huge reputation. Go for gnocchi, lasagna or cannellon…
Bakery in Rosario

Nuria

This much-loved Rosario institution – now with several more modern outlets around town – is still a seductively old-fashioned place to pick up delicious pastries and cakes.
Argentine in Rosario

Davis

Occupying Rosario's most charming position, right on the river below the contemporary-art museum with 180-degree views, Davis offers minimalist-chic design with a smart restaurant inside a glass cube and outdoor riv…
Spanish in Rosario

La Marina

Just above the flag monument, this basement place decorated with faded Spanish tourism posters is a top spot for inexpensive and really delicious seafood, like rabas (calamari) or succulent river fish on the grill. …
Argentine in Rosario

Los Jardines

With a stepped terrace right down by the river (access by lift or stairs), this has a lovely setting, though rusty piping and a fishing pier obscure some of the view. A wide-ranging menu includes breakfasts, a decen…
Argentine in Rosario

Comedor Balcarce

In business for decades, this typical corner bodegón (traditional diner) is one of a fast-disappearing breed. Home-style Argentine cooking comes in big portions. Quality is average to good, prices are great and it's…
Parrilla in Rosario

Don Ferro

The most handsome restaurant in town, Don Ferro is exquisitely set in an old brick railroad shed, with a delightful terrace on the platform, excellent service and seriously delicious meat. The menu is wide-ranging, …
Parrilla in Rosario

Don Leo

The angled timber ceiling and floorboards succeed in giving this parilla the feel of a rural grill restaurant, but its popular terrace on the Pellegrini strip brings home the urban reality. Excellent parrilla option…