Quilmes (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈkilmes]) is a city in the province of Buenos Aires, Argentina, on the coast of the Rio de la Plata on the south east of the Greater Buenos Aires. It is the capital of the borough Quilmes (Partido de Quilmes), and has a population of 230,810. It is located 17 km (11 mi) south of the capital of Argentina, the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
Things to do in Quilmes
3.5 based on 319 reviews
The most enjoyable meal I've had in Quilmes do far. My wife, daughter and I had a very relaxing enjoyable lunch eating wonderful food in the outdoor dining area. The food is fresh with only top quality ingredients. I had the ravioli de calabaza with the red sauce. Pasta tasted fresh and hand made. My wife had an Italian salad. The leaves were fresh and tasty. We finished with the "flan mixto" which blows away any flan in the states. And at 12 pesos (about $3US) easily satisfies 2-3 people. Don't miss "cafe cortado" for coffee lovers. Highly recommended.
4 based on 267 reviews
Siempre que vamos allí la pasamos realmente muy bien.
Buena comida, buena atención hacen un lugar muy agradable. El menú variado, para elegir. La tabla de fajitas ideal.
4.5 based on 502 reviews
4.5 based on 116 reviews
Sugiero reservar siempre. Es un lugar muy particular desde la entrada misma, su jardín,su decoración, sus platos exquisitos y extravagantes. Ambiente romántico.
4 based on 121 reviews
4 based on 152 reviews
´Carlitos´offers a menu for everyone´s taste including meat, chicken, fish. A special menu is offered on weekdays and the best option (includes beverage and dessert) for the price a la carte is overpriced for the quality of the dishes. Excellent service, but the place may reach a noise level that makes any conversation difficult.
4 based on 84 reviews
It is a restaurant like any other. Food is good as well as the attention, nothing very special. Prices are in accordance with any other place (not very cheap and not extremely expensive).
4.5 based on 628 reviews
4.5 based on 246 reviews
We go here often (both just as a couple and with kids) and it is a nice break from the same old, same old in the area. This cute little cafe has an enclosed, roofless garden area in the middle that we love to sit in. It is very private and no one else seems to use it other than us. There is a Fountain and just a wonderful ambiance to this Seating area. We've never had any of their large selection of pastries, but we've always enjoyed our lunch items and the lemonade is very refreshing! Cle has become our little retreat and go to place (except for on Mondays when they are closed)!
4 based on 359 reviews
If you want to eat mammoth sized milanesas (breaded meat), this is the place to go. A typical Argentinian style bodegón where you can sample great homemade types of dishes. The place is not too fancy, but the service is efficient and fast. On Friday and Saturday nights you may have to queue for a while outside, but the food will be worth the wait. Mind you, ask waiters how big servings are before ordering, but if you just couldn´t manage your lot, its customary to have any leftovers wrapped up to take home. No credit cards accepted, but anyway it´s not expensive at all. Go with a big appetite!
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