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Best dining experience!
We loved all the restaurants in Buenos Aires - but Fogon Asado stood out with as an amazing all round experience. Highly recommend the added wine option
If only there was a sister establishment in London!
Great food and drinks, great service and atmosphere. We went on a business trip ans tbr experience at Fogon made us feel like we were on a vacation. We’re definitely going back as soon as the world reopens.
Together with several of our dear Argentine friends, we had a wonderful evening filled with fantastic food, excellent wines, and an entertaining, knowledgable, and super friendly staff!!!!! CAN'T WAIT TO RETURN to our beloved Argentina and on Fogon once again!!!
We traveled to Argentina prior to the pandemic and was fortunate enough to dine in this establishment.
First- I messed up my dates amd paid for the wrong date.. there are very few seats since they cook to order. But fortunately, they were very kind...amd accommodated our group.
The food was unbelievable and price very reasonable. If you are looking door an unique experience and great food... hopefully they will be open again soon.More
It is not about just amazing meats and great wine pairing. It is not about just a very special place with open kitchen and interactivity features (you make your own chimichurri following a special recipe). It is rather about a lifetime experience. We visited the...place first time in September 2019 (having made a registration even before departing from Greece) and we couldn't help but making a second booking for two days after.More
Amazing meats, great service and wine in one of the most unique and intimate dining spots ever. Can't wait to travel again and go back to this special place. Hang tough Alex and crew. you guys will make it through this.
I dined at Fogon Asado in October 2019 with a friend. We had a phenomenal time. The open kitchen and interactive nature of the meal made it so much more memorable than a lot of our other dining experiences on our trip. The staff were...incredibly friendly and engaging. We loved being able to make our own chimichurri and the food was lovely as well. I'd recommend checking them out when you're in Buenos AiresMore
At these difficult times, we miss our travelling from the UK. We were reminded recently of our trip to Buenos Aires in 2019 and a wonderful evening we spent at Fogon Osada. Thought I would re-share this review for anyone fortunate to be able to...travel to BA shortly....
From the moment we arrived to read the sign on the door welcoming us to Fogon, we knew this was going to be a special evening. One of the best things I can say about the whole experience was that the three-and-a-half-hours flew by and it was absolutely flawless. The food was incredible but that is only half of the story - it was more theatre than just a normal restaurant experience. The highlights? We were undecided between the short rib or the pork belly, but it could have been the ribeye or the provelone cheese. So pleased that we decided to spend a night at Fogon - it was one of the highlights of our visit to BA, and there were many. Thank you very much to all the staff concerned. This is highly recommendedMore
We visited Argentina on our honeymoon and our trip to FOGON was our favourite dining experience. The dining setting around the kitchen was fun and engaging, the food was delicious and the variety (and quantity!) of wines were great.
The setting was well suited to...couples like us or larger groups. I would love to go back - if we weren't so far away - and would definitely recommend it to people coming to BA for the first timeMore
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We went a couple of weeks ago and are also backpacking- were both in black trainers and it was fine! Quite a casual vibe and also you’re all sat around a square table with the grill in the middle so no one can see your feet... More
We went a couple of weeks ago and are also backpacking- were both in black trainers and it was fine! Quite a casual vibe and also you’re all sat around a square table with the grill in the middle so no one can see your feet anyway 🤣