Buenos Aires Cafe

Buenos Aires Cafe

The Americas

0.5 miles
86 Royal Hill, Greenwich, South East London, SE10 8RT
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Now with three South-East London venues, Buenos Aires Café offers an eclectic mix of all things European and Argentinian. Here, homemade Argentinian classics have been given an Italian twist (the population of Argentina is, after all, 55 per cent Italian), but you'll also find a selection of French staples like good-quality bread and fresh pastries.

The Royal Hill site in Greenwich was the first of the three to open. At this delicome- café, homemade empanadas (traditional pastries filled with Argentinian beef, ham and cheese or spinach, onion and goat's cheese), authentic mate (South American green tea) and 100-per-cent Arabica bean coffee can be enjoyed during the day, and why not lounge on the sofas with a slice of homemade cake? Don't leave without having a look at the produce available to take home with you - the Argentinian wines are particularly tempting. In 2015, the new Buenos Aires Café restaurant, serving mouth-watering Argentinian steaks and more, will arrive on Nelson Road, and it's sure to fast become a locals' favourite.

Meanwhile, the Blackheath restaurant is home to a bistro-like dining room. Served here are some of the finest cuts of Argentinian meat and a comprehensive wine list, where Argentinian varieties take centre stage. Begin with empanadas, morcilla (black pudding) or grilled homemade chorizos before moving on to one of the succulent grass-fed steaks - choose from rump, sirloin, fillet and rib-eye - cooked exactly to your liking. Vegetarians are well catered for, too - they can take advantage of the café's Italian heritage by sampling the expertly made pasta and pizzas with all kinds of fantastic toppings. To finish, there's a tempting array of homemade desserts served with moreish dulce de leche - the sweet panqueques (crepes) and torta de chocolate are especially tempting. Be sure to book, especially at weekends, as it always seems to be full
+3Buenos Aires Cafe
Opening Hours:
Mon:8am-6pm, Sun
Tues:8am-6pm, Sun
Weds:8am-6pm, Sun
Thurs:8am-6pm, Sun
Fri:8am-6pm, Sun
Sat:8am-6pm, Sun