Buenos Aires - Wimbledon


Buenos Aires Restaurant offers visitors a taste of the true Argentina, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, traditional food, excellent wine and Tango shows. With the first site opening its doors in 2007, the restaurants are the realisation of Linda and Cristian Barrionuevo's dream of bringing a quality, affordable and authentic Argentine culinary experience to the UK.<br/><br/>Buenos Aires beef comes from cows reared on the Argentine pampas, where grass is plentiful and high in nutrients, making it more tender and tastier than other beef. The wine selection is broad, and an array of Argentine-inspired cocktails are on offer.

Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD37.70) per diner

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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Buenos Aires - Wimbledon

62 Wimbledon Hill Road
SW19 7PA
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 6 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Buenos Aires - Wimbledon

4.0 out of 5 8 November 2015
by Laura C.

Service was slow and a little scatty - they forgot our drinks order and brought the mains at different times. But the server seemed genuinely distraught at forgetting, so we didn't mind.

And the steaks themselves were superb, while creamy spinach beefed up the meal nicely. You can't beat a £10 steak and fries lunch in my opinion.

Desserts were beautiful. I'm glad I shared the crispy...more

5.0 out of 5 18 April 2015
by Peter G.

Never disappoints! Starters, steak and dessert are always awesome. Staff are very friendly and helpfulmore

5.0 out of 5 19 September 2014
by Morgan T.

Outstanding food, the Lomo was tender and perfectly cooked. The service was wonderful and attentive. The chistorras and empanadas were good. I would highly recommend this place for a nice dinner! :)more

5.0 out of 5 25 August 2013
by Jenn G.

What an amazing place! Had such a lovely evening here. Great food and nice service, can't ask for more.

We had bread rolls with chimichurri sauce to start and the manager immediately came over to explain to us the origin of the sauce and where the name came from. He was really friendly without being overwhelming, gave us such a warm welcome and seemed to genuinely want us to have a nice...more

4.0 out of 5 18 September 2011
by Ed W.

So after waiting 20 minutes for a 'reserved' table, watching a completely chaotic front-of-house try to deal with three couples arriving simultaneously, next to the door which didn't quite close properly - creating a howling, icy-cold gale which encircled the small, packed restaurant. I really wasn't expecting much.

However, after cunningly choosing the only table in the place which wasn't in...more

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