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With very diverse flavors and types of preparations that are far removed from Argentine gastronomy, Asian cuisine is a true invitation to the adventure of textures, ingredients and new combinations. From the already classic sushi to the reign of kimchi, from mild flavors to hot and well spiced. If you are one of the people foodies who like to try something new, then this universe is for you.

But beware, if you don’t know where to start, we share our ten favorite restaurants to enjoy the best Asian food. Take note!

Photo kindness Osaka
Photo kindness Osaka

Result of sharing the experience of its creators in Asia, Osaka is already a true classic within the Asian food circuit. With a proposal that seeks to always be at the forefront, its menu is a clear tribute to the Japanese who traveled to Peru and, now in a new country, adapted their gastronomy to local ingredients.

Photo courtesy: A Korean song
Photo courtesy: A Korean song

Chosen as one of the 10 best restaurants in Buenos Aires by the most important chefs in Argentina, this place is a must for all those interested in Korean gastronomy (both for those who want to discover it and those who are already regulars in its flavors). With the classic dishes that seek to honor their traditional cuisine, these are super authentic preparations that will allow you to transport yourself.

Foto gentileza de Hikaru
Foto gentileza de Hikaru

A classic sushi restaurant, it is an ideal option if you want to take your first steps in Asian food and start encouraging yourself, little by little, to more diverse flavors. With a super cozy place and ideal to go with friends to have a good time, you will find a menu that mixes the flavors of Japan and signature cuisine.

Photo courtesy: El Quinto
Photo courtesy: El Quinto

With Gonzalo Sacot and Quique Yafuso behind this project, it is the ideal place if you want to be inspired by the different flavors of Asian cuisine. The interesting thing is that -from its menu- you can try a lot of dishes that are traditional from different parts of the continent, without losing the particularities of each one of them.

Foto gentileza de Namida Nikkei
Foto gentileza de Namida NikkeiBrands Nahuel

Fusion of Argentine and Japanese gastronomy (or, as they say, “Latin heart and Japanese techniques”), behind this project are Facundo Kreiman and Matías Kreiman. It has outdoor tables and becomes the ideal setting to meet with friends to taste a variety of dishes while enjoying a cold beer.

Foto gentileza de Nakama
Foto gentileza de Nakama

If you like ramen and you’re in Córdoba, then you can’t miss this place. Bringing everything they learned on their trip to Japan and different parts of Asia, they offer different varieties, as well as dishes inspired by their own family recipes (with Japanese and Korean roots).

Photo gentileza de KIKIRIKI
Photo gentileza de KIKIRIKI

If they even watched a single k-drama in their lives, one thing is very clear: in Korea they are fans of fried chicken and -perhaps- there is no better place in the world to enjoy it. Known as ‘chikin’, this crispy outside and soft inside preparation has been changing over the years to add new spices, sauces and side dishes.

Photo courtesy of Daughter of the Tiger
Photo courtesy of Daughter of the Tiger

San Telmo was the place chosen by Iwao Komiyama for his Nikkei gastronomy restaurant, a place where Japanese and Peruvian gastronomy come together to create new flavors. That’s why you’ll find a super interesting mix on the menu: ceviches, bowls, stir-fries and different pieces of sushi.

Photo courtesy of Opium
Photo courtesy of Opium

With a letter that seeks to honor the asian street food, you will find proposals from all countries and that, each one of them, manages to maintain its traditional flavor. Ideal for those who want to try a bit of Japanese, Korean or Indian cuisine, it is also an excellent place to combine food with a good cocktail bar.


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