El Imparcial

Gastronomy with a clear Spanish influence

One of the city's gastronomic gems, this establishment was founded in 1860 and is believed to be the oldest restaurant in the city. Its current name harks back to the time of the Spanish Civil War, when there were supporters of both sides of the war in Buenos Aires, and meals often ended in fights. The owners of this restaurant decided to create a neutral space, prohibiting political discussions and allowing the city's Spanish population to dine without ending in a fight.

Today, the restaurant's menu remains firmly anchored to its Spanish roots with typical stews, snails, Valencian paella, and Galician-style octopus.