Palermo is one of the neighborhoods most chosen by locals and foreigners to go out to eat. The reason? The restaurants in this zone offer delicious high quality dishes at reasonable prices and an atmosphere that calls the party. Here we show you three options that you cannot miss.

Gran Dabbang: Palermo Bollywood

Located in Av. Scalabrini Ortiz 1543, this restaurant of Indian food is already one of the most popular of the night in Buenos Aires. It is so popular that they don´t take reservations, so it´s ideal to go early or be willing to wait. And the wait is worth it. The food is the undisputed protagonist. The ideal? Choose several dishes from the menu so you can immerse yourself in the whole palette of typical flavors of India. Our recommended? Cassava bread and goat cheese, eggplant with burrata and faina, and grilled zucchini with sheep cheese.

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 20:00 a.m. to 24:00 a.m.

Proper: From mechanical workshop to culinary workshop

Not far from Gran Dabbang, is this mechanical workshop transformed into a restaurant (Aráoz 1676). This place is characterized by its modern and at the same time mild atmosphere. What is most impressive is their food offer. Like a real box of surprises, the menu changes almost every day. And who are the geniuses behind this delicious idea? Leo Lanussol and Augusto Mayer, who were both students of the famous Narda Lepes. The best dishes? The famous Argentinean chef Francis Mallman recommended, through his Instagram account, the bread of dough and the squid of broccoli. Let´s eat!

Hours: Monday to Saturday from 20:00 a.m. to 24:00 a.m.

Green Bamboo: Vietnam in the night of Buenos Aires

It is impossible not to see it. Located in a corner of Palermo Hollywood (Costa Rica 5802), the glamour of the lights and the colorful decorations of this place catches the attention of anyone. And past the front door, Green Bamboo promises a unique Vietnamese experience. The mixture of sweet tastes with bitter, of soft textures with crunchers is present in each one of its dishes. You cannot miss Chao Ga, chicken skewers in sugar cane, and Mon Ca Ri, a sautéed fish and seafood with spicy coconut milk curry.

Hours: Every day from 20: 30hs to 01: 00hs.

By: Miranda Scian