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La Bourgogne at Alvear Palace Hotel, Avda. Alvear 1891, Buenos Aires (Río de La Plata), Argentina.
  • Restaurant Fasano at Hotel Fasano, Rua Vittorio Fasano 88, São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Elena at hotel Four Seasons, Posadas 1086/88, Buenos Aires (Río de La Plata), Argentina.
  • D.O.M., Rua Barão de Capanema 549, Jardins, São Paulo, SP, Brazil 01411-011.
  • La Bourgogne at Alvear Palace Hotel, Avda. Alvear 1891, Buenos Aires (Río de La Plata), Argentina.
  • Sucre, Mariscal Antonio José de Sucre 676, Buenos Aires (Río de La Plata), Argentina.
  • Astrid & Gastón, Calle Cantaurias 175, Miraflores, Lima, Peru.
  • Hotel Cipriani Restaurant at Copacabana Palace hotel, Avenida Atlântica 1702, Río de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • Osaka at hotel W Santiago, Isidora Goyenechea 3000, Las Condes, Santiago, Chile.

South America's Best and Finest Gourmet Restaurants

    Argentina (Top 25) Bolivia Brazil (Top 25)
    Chile Colombia Ecuador
    Peru Uruguay Venezuela

    Michelin Guide starred restaurants have been marked with ***  **  *  RS  Bib according to their rating.

    Mapped: Every Michelin-starred restaurant on Earth - The Telegraph.

    THE MICHELIN GUIDE STAR & RATING SYSTEM - three stars (***) mean: "Exceptional cuisine and worth the journey"; two stars (**): "Excellent cooking and worth a detour"; one star (*): "A very good restaurant in its category"; the Bib label: "A Bib Gourmand rating means the restaurant is an inspector's favorite for good value. For $40 or less, you can enjoy two courses and a glass of wine or dessert (not including tax and gratuity)." The New SUSTAINABILITY EMBLEM (*): "Those at the forefront with their sustainable gastronomy practices are highlighted by a new symbol, with the restaurantís vision also outlined via a quote from the chef. For other restaurants taking smaller steps to work in a greener way, there are short descriptions on their initiatives." Restaurants awarded the Rising Star (RS) means that they may be in line for a MICHELIN star, or an upgrade from one to two, or from two to three stars.

    The World's 50 Best Restaurants is a list produced by UK media company William Reed Business Media, which originally appeared in the British magazine Restaurant, based on a poll of international chefs, restaurateurs, gourmands and restaurant critics. In addition to the main ranking, the organisation awards a series of special prizes for individuals and restaurants, including the One To Watch award, the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Chefs' Choice Award, the latter based on votes from the fifty head chefs from the restaurants on the previous year's list. Often working as a barometer of global gastronomic trends, the list showcases a variety of cuisines from all over the world. Restaurants voted 1-50 are marked with SP; the restaurants marked with sp have been voted as the world's 51-100 best restaurants based on the votes of the 837 "chefs, restaurateurs, critics and fun-loving gourmands" selected by Restaurant magazine.

    The restaurants marked with NW have been chosen by 53 top chefs for Newsweek magazine's August 13, 2012 issue 101 Best Places to Eat in the World.

    Wine Spectator's Restaurant Awards recognize restaurants whose wine lists offer interesting selections, are appropriate to their cuisine and appeal to a wide range of wine lovers and have been been marked WS.

    5-star International Star Diamond Award Recipients selected by The American Academy of Hospitality Sciences have been marked with SDA.

    The members of Les Grandes Tables du Monde association's 188 members in 25 countries on 5 continents representing the last word in gastronomy worldwide have been marked with GTM.

    Established in France in 1954, Relais & Châteaux's mission is "to spread its unique art de vivre across the globe by selecting outstanding properties with a truly unique character." Prospective and current members are evaluated by the group's traditional "five C" motto: Character, Courtesy, Calm, Charm and Cuisine. The members of Relais & Châteaux exclusive collection of 580 of the finest hotels and gourmet restaurants in 60 countries on 5 continents have been marked with R&C.

    Latin Americas's 50 Best Restaurants - The World's 50 Best Restaurants 2013.

    Afternoon Tea (Top 50) Awards (Top 25) Catering (Top 50) Food & Rest. Guides (75+)
           GOURMET RESTAURANTS BY REGION (105 countries):
    Africa Asia - 386 Michelin starred Australia Caribbean
    Central America Europe - 1807 Michelin starred restaurants Middle East North America - 128 Michelin starred restaurants
    Oceania South America - Top 100 News & Resources (900+) Restaurant of the Month
      Buenos Aires El Calafate Godoy Cruz Lujan de Cuyo
      NeuquÉn Salta Santa Catalina
        Buenos Aires (Río de La Plata)
      • Aramburu SP (Chef: Gonzalo Aramburu). Cuisine: modern Argentine.
      • Casa Cruz
      • Casa Umare, 362 Billinghurst.
      • Casa Umare SP (Chef: Darío Gualtieri). Cuisine: market cuisine.
      • Chila SP (Chef: Soledad Nardelli). Cuisine: Argentinian with Mediterranean accents.
      • Demuru (Chef: Juan Pedro Demuru)
      • Don Julio - Guatemala 4699. Classically traditional parrilla, brimming with character.
      • El Baqueano, Chile 495, Esquina Bolivar, San Telmo.
      • El Baqueano SP (Chef: Fernando Rivarola). Cuisine: alternative indigenous meats.
      • Elena at hotel Four Seasons, Posadas 1086/88.
      • Elena SP (Chef: Juan Gaffuri). Cuisine: Argentine meets Europe.
      • HernÁn Gipponi SP (Chef: Hernán Gipponi). Cuisine: modern Argentinian.
      • La Bourgogne at Alvear Palace Hotel, Avda. Alvear 1891, Buenos Aires.
      • La Bourgogne R&C (Chef: Jean Paul Bondoux). Cuisine: French. At Alvear Palace Hotel.
      • La Brasserie - at Marriott Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires
      • La Cabrera SP (Chef: Gastón Riveira). Cuisine: traditional Argentine.
      • L'ORANGERIE - at Alvear Palace Hotel.
      • Oviedo SP (Chef: Martin Rebaudino). Cuisine: classic Spanish-led seafood.
      • Paraje ArÉvalo SP (Chefs: Estefanía Di Benedetto & Matías Kyriazis). Cuisine: international.
      • Plaza Grill - at Marriott Plaza Hotel Buenos Aires
      • Pura Tierra SP (Chef: Martín Molteni). Cuisine: authentic market-based Argentinian.
      • Sucre, Mariscal Antonio José de Sucre 676, Buenos Aires.
      • Sucre SP (Chef: Fernando Trocca). Cuisine: market cuisine with influences from Italy, Spain, Japan and Peru.
      • TEGUI SP (Chef: Germán Martitegui). Cuisine: eclectic international.
      • The New Brighton, Sarmiento 645.
      • The New Brighton - Sarmiento 645.
      • Tomo 1 SP (Chef: Federico Fialayre). Cuisine: traditional Argentine.
      • Unik, Soler 5132, Palermo.
      • Unik SP (Chef: Fernando Hara). Cuisine: contemporary international with a natural bent.
        El Calafate (Patagonia)
      • EOLO R&C
        Godoy Cruz (Mendoza)
      • Francis Mallmann 1884 SP (Chef de Cuisine: Orlando Díaz Masa). Cuisine: gutsy meat-led cooking.
      • Alto, Primera Transversal de Los Palos Grandes, Caracas.
      • Alto SP (Chef: Carlos Garcia). Cuisine: traditional Venezuelan.
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