Expensive but not as outrageous as we had been led to believe. A delicious and very memorable meal. We started with martinis and then had the tasting menu with wine. The bill with tip was $280 American Dollars. Worth every penny.
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Outstanding service, exquisite food and a fresh-modern ambiance. It will be a memorable experience for sure, and from the people that greet you, serve you, and finally recommend you what to eat, you will feel pampered constantly. It is not cheap, but I am sure...More
While visiting Buenos Aires my wife and I had the opportunity to have dinner at the renowned La Bourgogne restaurant located in the Alvear Palace Hotel. Good friends from Mendoza, Argentina, had recommended it highly to us, and they certainly were correct: We had a...More
Food is excellent, atmosphere is great. A must if you like french cuisine. Pricey for local standards but not at all expensive when compared to top quality restaurants in the States or Europe. Don't miss it.
We had dinner here on the last night of our holiday and it was excellent . We had few service hiccups initially but the Maitre De intercepted and we had a wonderful evening .
By far the best meal we have had in Argentina. Everything was top notch - the service, the food, the ambiance, the wine, etc. I can only remember a couple meals of this caliber in my life. The La Bourgogne would be highly rated in...More
We enjoyed a quiet evening at La Bourgogne where the service was good and the food even better. We were greeted by a friendly hostess and shown to an OK table on time for our 9:00pm reservation. The amuse bouche were sumptuous bits of puff...More
Sunday's brunch is fantastic. Great buffet, good quality food. Cold meats, cheese, oysters (not the best), shrimp, sushi made there, steak, lamb, pasta...great desserts. Wine and sparkling from Catena Zapata non stop. For 75 u$ each is a great deal.
When you grow tired of bige de chorizo and asado, take a visit to The five star famed Alvear Palace Hotel’s French restaurant which boast a real Michelin starred French chef. The underground venue is done up in a lawyered red gleaming brass and shinny...More