5 Places for Brunch in Buenos Aires

(Bread basket at HG Restaurant)

Hernán Gipponi Restaurant: Brunch at HG Restaurant is special, as many of our guests will testify to; it comes in steps and it’s not a fixed menu, so it’s full of surprises. Brunch kicks off with fresh juices and fruits, continuing with pastries and an assortment of bread, some form of eggs, and four more dishes; 2 salty and 2 sweet, in between an alcoholic shooter, and of course, coffee.  Brunch is served every Sunday with previous reservation. Soler 5862, Palermo Hollywood. 3220-6800. info@hgrestaurant.com.ar. Find a full review with photos here.

Oui Oui: This popular French Bistro in the heart of Palermo is always full, whether for breakfast, lunch, or tea time. The reason for this is simple, they have great baked goods, a nice environment and a brunch ruled by delicious eggs in all their possible preparations. The pain au chocolat is quite a treat too and the whole Oui Oui brunch experience is available both on Saturdays and Sundays. 6068 Nicaragua, 4778 9614.

Magdalena’s Party: This popular venue serves American style breakfast with bacon, eggs, waffles, bagels, and pancakes as the menu stars. Expect to find maple syrup, drink great bloody Mary’s and brunch to the beat of funky music. Thames 1795 (esq. Costa Rica), Palermo. 4833.9127

Sirop Folie: Located in a charming alley in Recoleta, this French style resto and tea corner offers fantastic pastries and breads, cheeses, and eggs for brunch served both of Saturdays and Sundays. They also offer a 5-course brunch menu including very tasty tapas. Vincent Lopez 1661 Local 12, Tea Restaurant, Recoleta. 4813-5900.

Home Hotel: The home hotel is a great place for vegetarian brunchers as they serve special veggie options, as well as a delicious English breakfast. Plus on a really nice Saturday or Sunday you can sit out in their lovely garden and enjoy  your brunch there. Honduras 5860, Palermo. 4778 1008. info@homebuenosaires.com

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