Casa Mua: One of my favorites places to spend time, bring a book, a computer… this cafe is cute and sweet AND has a gluten free menu! Here I found one of the best gluten free breads as well as gluten free crepes stuffed with pumpkin topped with a yummy pesto sauce and optional cream.
Located on Soler 4204, Palermo, Buenos Aires

El Trebol: Offers jamon y queso on the galletitas, the wafer type of cracker. Not the tastiest but better than nothing!
Located on the corner of Santa Fe and Uriburu, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Faena Hotel: This place is a treat. This place had the best gluten free bread I’ve tried. They essentially will do anything for Celiacs. If you can afford this place for dinner I highly recommend it!
Located at 445 Martha Salotti, Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires

Hyatt Hotel: Not so bad gluten free bread too!
Located at Avenida Alvear 1661, Recoleta, Buenos Aires

CeliGourmet: Located throughout Buenos Aires, this is the place for desserts, alfajores, empanadas, meringue, and much more!
Located at Thames 1633, Palermo, Buenos Aires

La Cervecería: Whether gluten free or not, I HIGHLY recommend going to this small little joint if you make it down to El Chalten, in Patagonia in the south of Argentina, which again, I highly recommend. This baby beer brewery (unfortunately glutenous beer) along with fantastic restaurant had everything I wanted, starting with popcorn to the best gluten free pizza I had in a long time. This place is a MUST.
Located on Av. San Martin 564, El Chalten, Argentina

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