In recent years, the term began to be incorporated plant-based to refer to a plant-based diet but who also eat foods of animal origin but in smaller quantities. In Argentina there are more and more options to taste a vegetarian and/or vegan meal.
Burgers, sushi, pastries and Mexican food dishes are some of the varieties offered by Argentine cuisine. That is why below are 5 restaurant options plant-based In Buenos Aires city.
Located on the rooftop of the building of the Patagonia Flooring Design & Art Center foundation, in Palermo, mudra it is known as one of the most sought after gourmet places by vegans.
The gastronomic menu of this place was designed by the North American chef matthew kenney – world reference of the kitchen plant based. It is characterized by using products from small local producers, of excellent quality and without agrochemicals. They also make their cheeses, dressings, yogurts, doughs, hamburgers and even their own dulce de leche, all without any animal derivatives.
The menu has a very wide variety. It has five savory sections and one sweet section. Among the salty ones are the appetizers, the “mains” or main dishes: pizzas, hamburgers and sushi.
Among the main ones are the Old-fashioned Portobello with grilled portobellos, quinoa, pumpkin, chimichurri and corn; the spicy tempeh udon: a plate of thick rice noodles, in veggie dashi with pasta based on hoisin and cashew sauce, with shitake mushrooms, tempeh and pak choi. As for the pizzas, the most acclaimed is the truffle and oyster mushrooms that has truffle cream, oyster mushrooms and kale.
While in the dessert section you can enjoy a Pumpkin flan with sweet coconut milk or a Cheesecake based on almonds and dates, with cashew cream and gluten-free dulce de leche.
Days and Hours: Monday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: Av. Córdoba 3942 – Patagonia Floors Art and Design Center Foundation, CABA
Located in the heart of Palermo Hollywood, Waveinvites you to discover the flavors of mexican food under the format plant-based. The menu exhibits simple but flavorful dishes, including tacos, quesadillas, tortilla chips, aguachiles, desserts and an excellent proposal of signature cocktails and ferments to accompany.
Among its main dishes stand out its fried mushroom tacos, potatoes, chipotle mayo, cabbage and lemon; al Pastor, with meat plant based, pineapple, al pastor sauce and pickled onion; and Black beans, with mole, green tomato, girgolas, avocado and corn. As well as their Quesadilla with nixtamal tortillas and the Quesadilla green with cheddar plant-basedcarrots, red onion and kale sauce.
Among the desserts, the pineapple cheesecake stands out, with almond cheese, coconut, pineapple and Jamaican flowers, and the toasted coconut flan, with dulce de leche, flambéed bananas and chili chunks.
Hours: every day from 11 a.m. to 00 p.m. / Delivery: every day from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Address: Fitz Roy 1722, Palermo, CABA.
Vegan Fox is a completely vegan gastronomic space that presents a culinary proposal loaded with fast food options, but with the use of 100% ingredients plant-based. This place seeks to attract not only lovers of the vegan movement, but also all fans of the fast food but with a twist as they are created with organic and natural products.
The hamburgers stand out in their menu: Vegmac (double hit not hamburgerdouble cheddar, pickles, lettuce and thousand island sauce), fox and candy (double hit not hamburger, brushstrokes with Tabasco Chipotle, double cheddar, pineapple, caramelized onion, arugula and aioli) and the crispy (double hit not hamburgerdouble cheddar, Jack Daniels BBQ sauce and crispy onion).
Although the hamburgers are the main dish, one cannot fail to mention the fox daddies made with cheddar, crispy onion, guacamole, pico de gallo, not hamburger minced and parsley.
Hours and days: Wednesday to Monday from 6:00 p.m. to 00:00 p.m. Tuesday closed
Address: Gorriti 5213
LEAVE IT V
Located in Palermo, Let It V was one of the places that opened in the middle of the pandemic. At first they sold some sushi rolls, but little by little their menu expanded, becoming a must for vegetarians and vegans. Its outdoor tables give it a warm touch, as well as every detail in the decoration of the dishes.
The current rolls combine mushrooms, vegetables, fruits (such as roasted pineapple), pickles, algae and dried fruit cheeses and, of course, rice. To drink they offer organic wines, tepache, Jamaican water and a refreshing lemonade. Upon arrival and throughout the meal they offer free flavored water.
The sushi, its fusion dishes and the poke salads stand out, such as the Prohibit, a plate of sautéed black rice with vegetables, sweet potato, roasted beets, marinated cauliflower and the emperor sauce (tahini, mustard and orange).
leave it V also stands out in the world of cafeteria and pastry plant-based – without gluten. Matilda cake and red velvet are the best sellers. Moist sponge cakes, with chocolate or tofu cheese frosting, that achieve the flavor of a classic cake, but with all its ingredients 100% free of vegetable origin.
Hours: Wednesday to Sunday, noon and night. Monday and Tuesday, night only.
Address: Costa Rica 5865, Palermo.
Attention fans of vegan fast food and ice cream, because this place located in San Telmo offers a healthy proposal. The menu features nine varieties of hamburgers made with certified organic vegetables free of pesticides, baked goods made with a mixture of “clean” flours and dressings, similar to sausages and different cheeses of plant origin.
Among them are: The Port Burger (mushroom burger, cashew cheese, truffle mayonnaise, red onion pickles and organic spinach), the french burger (organic soy and beetroot burger, vegan mozzarella, crispy onion, dijon mustard, organic black garlic aioli and lettuce) and the crispy veggie burger (Crispy chickpea burger, caramelized onion, cheddar cheese, mint dressing and bacon).
They also offer hot dog with vegan german sausage (with cucumber relish, vegan mayonnaise, homemade ketchup, potato pie, aromatic leaves and french fries) and vegan minced (with lettuce, tomato, red onion, chimichurri and french fries on a homemade bun).
the dessert in Peppermint It is characterized by its ice creams based on almond or chestnut milk and natural fruits in water. There are coconut, strawberry, chocolate, frozen banana, peanut butter and frozen mint. But they also have wheat and flax waffles with date syrup, donuts filled with dulce de leche and blue spirulina glaze, apple pie, chocolate brownie, cranberries and ginger, to delight you.
Hours: Monday to Thursday from 12:00 to 20:00 (closed on Tuesdays). Friday and Saturday from 12 to 24 hours. Sundays from 12 noon to 8 p.m.
Address: Av. Caseros 466, San Telmo.