10 Best Kosher Restaurants In Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Virginia Maryann Dcruz
Virginia Maryann Dcruz 
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Spending time in Buenos Aires gives you a chance to explore how the capital city of Argentina beats to a singular rhythm — a rhythm that was formed as it has welcomed cultures and people from around the world. Within its unique neighborhoods, life revolves around cafes and restaurants, which attract tourists who want to experience what living in the city feels like. With the city playing host to a large amount of Jews who form the biggest community of its kind in Latin America, several restaurants offer kosher food. The Jewish community has assimilated many of the local traditions, and the kosher food also displays the same tendencies. So, eating at a kosher restaurant allows you to experience mini challah and traditional shawarma along with asado and parrilla grilled meats that are local favorites. To find the best kosher restaurants in Buenos Aires, Argentina, continue reading.

1. El Paisano Kosher House


The food at El Paisano Kosher House is centered on the parrilla style of cooking meat. The restaurant, therefore, is famed for its grilled meats which are cooked Argentinean style but also using kosher guidelines. With the restaurant housed in a building that was previously part of a community center, it is easily accessible and is run by the family that owns it. The food on offer includes grilled ribs, carne style cuts along with hamburgers, fries, arepa burgers and a variety of desserts.

El Paisano Kosher House

Address: O'Higgins 2358, C1428 AGL, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: El Paisano Kosher House

Opening hours:Mon - Thu: 7:30pm - 11:30pm; Sun: 12pm - 4pm, 7:30pm - 11pm (Closed on Fri & Sat)

2. Al Galope

Posted by Al Galope on Thursday, 13 December 2018

Al Galope restaurant is famous for its BBQ style dishes. Located in a popular working-class neighborhood in the city of Buenos Aires, the restaurant is a popular space for families to spend time enjoying kosher food. Among the affordable offerings on the menu, the meat cuts are popular and have contributed towards the restaurant’s reputation as a top kosher steakhouse. Fries are another must-have item on the menu, which also features several decadent desserts such as chocolate mousse.

Al Galope

Address: Tucumán 2633, C1052 ABE, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Al Galope

Opening hours: Sun - Thur: 12pm – 4pm, 8pm – 12am; Fri: 12pm – 4pm; Sat: 9pm – 1am

3. Yafo Kosher


Yafo Kosher is the place to be if you want to grab a quick bite on the way to work or if you have a short lunch break. The restaurant has built its reputation on its delectable falafel and shawarma. Additionally, the menu is stacked with affordable options and boasts a variety of empanadas, which can be enjoyed along with fries and hummus. The restaurant located in a prominent Jewish neighborhood attracts a mostly local crowd and has a casual vibe while its limited seating space is often full even on weekdays

Yafo Kosher

Address: Paso 747, C1031 ABO, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Yafo Kosher

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 10am – 10pm; Fri: 9am – 4pm (Closed on Sat)

4. Ajim Deli

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Posted by AJIM on Saturday, 7 December 2019

Founded by the brothers Ignacio and Guido Aizenberg, who are trained as professional chefs, Ajim Deli showcases a fine spread that is inspired by a delicatessen. Kosher traditions are upheld in the restaurant, and there are several unique dishes that the brothers have created. The restaurant boasts a relaxed and pleasant ambiance, and guests can build their salads with the ingredients on offer. Sandwiches are created with pita bread, and meals such as the meat shawarma come with fries. Desserts include apple crumble that comes paired with chocolate ice cream and apple strudel.

Ajim Deli

Address: Tucumán 2620, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Ajim Deli

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11am – 12am; Fri: 11am – 3pm; Sat: 9pm – 12am

5. Milk Kosher Bar & Co.

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At Milk Kosher Bar & Co. the emphasis is on introducing guests to a sophisticated kosher dining experience. The restaurant is located within the Alvear Icon Hotel, and functions as a dairy bar offering kosher dishes. It is an ideal spot for grabbing dinner with friends when shopping. It also features several drool-worthy pastries that are ideal for a light meal. Also on the menu are a variety of salads and fried mozzarella sticks which can be enjoyed with tomato sauce. While the main courses on offer include grilled salmon served with risotto.

Milk Kosher Bar & Co.

Address: Aimé Painé 1130 Puerto Madero Buenos Aires, Argentina Alvear Palace Hotel Sai Cuit Nro.

Website: Milk Kosher Bar & Co.

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 6pm - 12am; Sat: two hours post Shabbat until 1am (closed on Fri & Sun)

6. La Empanadería Kosher


Located in an attractive neighborhood, La Empanadería Kosher is devoted to offering a variety of pizzas and other baked goods to its customers. The restaurant has limited seating in the open air along a street and is extremely popular with youth in the area. Its menu offers several affordable dishes and among the most popular offerings is pizza with different toppings. Also available are different types of empanadas, some of which are made with milk and custard while others are filled with meat.

La Empanadería Kosher

Address: Tucumán 2792, C1189 AAB, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: La Empanadería Kosher

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 11:15am - 3:30pm, 6:30pm - 11pm; Fri: 11:15am - 4pm; Sat: 8:30pm - 12am

7. Mozart Kosher Once

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Posted by Mozart Kosher on Thursday, 4 July 2019

Mozart Kosher Once offers a café style atmosphere and is, therefore, a popular place where locals head to meet with friends. The food on offer is prepared according to kosher guidelines and the restaurant draws a large crowd, as it is located near the Ashkenazi Gran Templo Paso synagogue. The space within the restaurant is limited and guests can also order affordably priced kosher bagels, sweets, and sandwiches as takeaway.

Mozart Kosher Once

Address: Larrea 715, C1031 Once, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Mozart Kosher Once

Opening hours: Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm; Sun: 9am - 7pm (closed on Sat)

8. Glitter Restaurant Glatt Kosher

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A fine-dining space, Glitter Restaurant Glatt Kosher is located within the Alvear Icon hotel. The restaurant specializes in glatt kosher and is, therefore, popular among the orthodox who want food prepared with the highest quality ingredients and meat. The restaurant is supervised by Great Rabbi Yosef Chehebar, and the food is perfect for celebrating special occasions with family. The menu in the restaurant includes starters such as hummus and pita bread. Meanwhile, the pasta dishes are served with truffle scented mushrooms and provide a gourmet dining experience.

Glitter Restaurant Glatt Kosher

Address: Aimé Painé 1130 Puerto Madero Buenos Aires, Argentina Alvear Palace Hotel Sai Cuit Nro.

Website: Glitter Restaurant Glatt Kosher

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 7pm - 11pm; Sun: 12.30pm - 4pm (closed on Fri & Sat)

9. Luba Café Store

Posted by Luba Coffee Store on Thursday, 21 March 2019

At Luba Café Store the ambiance is relaxed and inviting and modeled after a café. The seats and tables are ideal for couples and small families, and the restaurant specializes in vegetarian and seafood dishes. The menu includes freshly baked bread that accompanies soups and a variety of omelets that are created with spinach, mushrooms. There is also Israeli shakshuka on offer. In addition to the pasta featured on the menu, there are many salads you can choose from. On the other hand, the main courses include grilled salmon with herbs accompanied with rice and nuts. Several desserts, a variety of smoothies, and coffee are also on the menu.

Luba Café Store

Address: Ayacucho 1412, C1112 AAB, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Luba Café Store

Opening hours: Sun - Thu: 9am - 12am; Fri: 9am - 4pm; Sat: 9pm - 2am

10. Soultani Pizza Kosher y Café


At Soultani Pizza Kosher y Café, the focus is on pizza and pasta, which abound on the menu. The restaurant has a casual vibe and is a favorite among families in the area who want to enjoy dinner or lunch in a relaxed setting. The popular dishes on the menu include pizzas and a variety of empanadas. Meanwhile, the dessert that is a hot favorite with many are pancakes stuffed with dulce de leche.

Soultani Pizza Kosher y Café

Address: San Luis 2652, C1056 AAF, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Website: Soultani Pizza Kosher y Café

Opening hours: Sat, Mon - Thu: 8am - 12am; Fri: 8am - 4pm; Sun: 12pm - 4pm, 7pm - 12am

Experience Jewish traditions in Buenos Aires

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While the localities in the city of Buenos Aires are varied and all of them capture your eye with their art and culture, kosher food brings you close to the various Jewish communities in the city. With several kosher restaurants opening and while others focus on expanding their menu, there is always something new to discover in each.

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