Pequeno Buenos Aires, the Argentine restaurant in Tulum

Pequeno Buenos Aires (“pequeño”, pronounce “pehkehneo”) restaurant in Tulum is a great option to have some beef after so much seafood you get all around.  They offer good quality beef for a great value (good cuts for less than $20).   They have a short but correct wine list to find a malbec to marry the taste of a good “asado”.

In my opinion the “vacío” (flank steak) is their best cut, amazingly prepared by Ezequiel, the owner who has been behind the grill since 2003. Have a bite of vacío with the special “habanero sauce” they prepare to have a right combination of Argentine-Yucatán food.

Pequeno Buenos Aires is a charming thatched roof open air restaurant and it is located in the heart of Tulum downtown.  The tables on the sidewalk are good for watching people passing by.  The combination of tourists and locals immigrated from around the world make this a fun free entertainment.

The location and contact details of restaurant Pequeno Buenos Aires are as follows:

Phone: 984871 2708

Address: Avenida Tulum at the intersection with Beta Sur, downtown Tulum

Roberto Lhopital

Born in Argentina, living in Mexico since 2003. Economist, former banker and Googler, now internet entrepreneur. Wine enthusiast, traveler, foodie and a bi-monthly visitor to Tulum. www.robertolhopital.com

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