South America Living

Latin America's 50 Top Restaurants

Every year, S. Pellegrino & Acqua Panna publish a list of the Top 50 Latin American Restaurants. Click here to see their manifesto and find out how the voting is done.

It turns out, that it is on the collective bucket lists of many of our readers and associates to actually dine in each and every one of these fine establishments. So far...we've put a big dent in the restaurants on the list that are in Mexico. Please read the posts about our own dining experiences. And sometimes, we may surprise you with one of our own finds that didn't make the S. Pellegrino cut, but that we think merits a mention.

Let us know your thoughts. Sometimes great places are a little off the radar - and we love to Dine Like Locals - so tell us about your experiences.

And as always...Buen Provecho

Sud 777

Sud 777

Mexico City, Mexico Extraordinary nature-led cooking in southern Mexico City This former tennis court in the wealthy neighbourhood of Pedregal in Mexico City has evolved into a fashionable and sophisticated […]
Olympe

Olympe

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Food of the gods at this revolutionary restaurant French chef Claude Troigros chose to stray a long way from his homeland when he opened Olympe in […]
Casa Oaxaca Hotel

Casa Oaxaca Hotel

Oaxaca, Mexico Serenity and simplicity in the land of seven moles The serene Casa Oaxaca Hotel, with its contemporary designed rooms and outdoor pool, is a fitting setting for head […]
Pura Tierra

Pura Tierra

Buenos Aires, Argentina Authentic clay-oven cooking in intimate surroundings Argentine chef Martin Molteni has made it his mission to showcase local and national ingredients at his intimate restaurant, situated in […]
Attimo

Attimo

São Paulo, Brazil Daring Brazilian-Italian fusion in a supremely fashionable space Opened last year, Attimo takes its name from the Italian word for movement and is set within a carefully […]
Aramburu

Aramburu

Buenos Aires, Argentina Molecular mastery meets hearty meat cookery in San Telmo Found behind a shabby unmarked door (ring the bell) on the outskirts of Buenos Aires’ San Telmo district, […]
Corazon De Tierra

Corazon De Tierra

Valle de Guadalupe, Mexico The heart and soul of Baja Californian cuisine For those that thought Mexican food was just tacos and burritos, Corazon De Tierra has proven otherwise, with […]

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