The Jewish community in Argentina is the 7th largest in the world, so it’s no surprise there are plenty of great Jewish restaurants in Buenos Aires. Mishiguene, where you’ll get traditional dishes updated with modern cooking techniques, is definitely the best Argentinian Jewish restaurant in town. 

Order pastrami and you’ll get a dish of beef brisket cooked and smoked on potato latkes that’s topped with a fried egg. Equally good is the Jerusalem Mix, which is made up of steer sweetbread, chickpeas, tomatoes, and pickled onions. There’s dim lighting and jazz playing in the background, and 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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