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Mishiguene

Jewish

Palermo

$$$$Perfect For:KosherQuiet MealsCelebrity SightingsFine Dining

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Argentina has the 7th largest Jewish community in the world, so you’ll find plenty of Jewish restaurants in Buenos Aires. Come have pastrami at Mishiguene, whose dimly lit dining room is a far cry from the fluorescent lighting of your average deli. Once your eyes adjust, you’ll see your pastrami order is actually a brick-sized slab of smoked beef brisket atop a potato latke and crowned with a fried egg. Equally good is the Jerusalem Mix with steer sweetbread, chickpeas, tomatoes, and pickled onions. It’s located right next to all the parks on Libertador Avenue, like Eco Parque, the Japanese Garden, and the Planetarium.

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