Buenos Aires Restaurant - Fulham

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Buenos Aires Fulham offers visitors a taste of the true Argentina, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, traditional food, excellent wine and Tango shows. 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/>BA 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.<br/><br/>On Fulham Palace Road, the Fulham restaurant is ideal for both business lunches and family get-togethers, with kids-eat-for-free Sundays.

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345 Fulham Palace Road, Fulham, London, SW6 6TD

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+44 (0)20 7731 7077

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Buenos Aires Restaurant - Fulham

345 Fulham Palace Road
+44 (0)20 7731 7077
Public transport:
Putney Bridge, Underground


4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of Buenos Aires Restaurant - Fulham

5.0 out of 5 4 August 2011
by Cecilia F.

Fantastic place, great authentic argie food. Meat FROM ARGENTINA, wine FROM ARGENTINA, and home made deserts. It's really great for a rommantic or group dinner.more

5.0 out of 5 20 April 2011
by Doctor L.


When I eat a steak at Buenos Aires, I think about it for days afterwards. They use only grass-fed Argentine beef, and it's awesome.

Puts Gaucho to shame by a landslide.

Highlights: empanadas, ribeye and dulce de leche pancakes.


3.0 out of 5 15 March 2011
by garyandrews

I've been wrestling with how to rate Buenos Aries for several days now. Yes, you can insert your own comment about a level of sadness of suffering days of agony over a Qype review here. It'll be fully deserved, I'm sure.

On one hand, the staff were unfailingly polite and friendly and the food wasn't bad. On the other hand, at no point did I feel blown away, and if it wasn't for the taste...more