Almacen Purista

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Ramirez de Velazco 701, Esquina Acevedo, Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1414

Cocina purista porteña, an Argentinian restaurant that brings to the present the old food tradition of Buenos Aires, but without meat. Has Wi-Fi. Open Mon-Sat 9:00am-12:00am, Tue-Sun 12:00am-12:00am, Sun 9:00am-7:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, Argentinian

Reviews (6)

First Review by andicano

not a vegan-friendly place - Edit

The place and the menu it's okey but there isnt much vegan options, even if you try to adapt the "risotto" for vegans the chef refusse to do it

Pros: nice place, cheap

Cons: poorly vegan options

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Nice place - Edit

Ate a couple of times here, food is good but can be a little bit pricey for the size of the portions, specially considering there's not many vegan options, but mostly vegetarian.

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:) - Edit

Opening hours according to their website:
Mon-Sat 9am-midnight, Sunday 9am-8pm
Casual place, good vegan options. It would be helpful, if they were marked on the menu.
Our waitress was very helpful and we received good service, the food was very nice. Good experience.

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Inedible - Edit

This was the worst eating experience we have had in a long time. We were worried from the second we walked in , as the whole place smelled very strongly of toilet cleaner.

The menu is very limited, food is almost all cheese (we asked for a pasta with no cheese, got a cannenoli that was roughly 80% cheese-filled). Only juice is orange juice, everything else is in a can etc. Vegetable pie was burnt - sent it back, and the replacement was frozen inside. Salad was AWFUL - lettuce doused in commercial island dressing that was so bad it reminded me of those games where the loser has to eat a tube of wasabi. Service and menu in spanish only. No idea what makes it so 'authentic Argentinean', as the only choices involved pastas, risottos and pies... same as everywhere else. We made a run for it very quickly and won't be back in a hurry.

Oh yes, and the location is dark and out of the way, so not convenient to anywhere either. We waited ages just to find a taxi (we headed to another restaurant, to start afresh).

Pros: none

Cons: nothing vegan, terrible tastes, terrible smells

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Very nice place - Edit

We went here our first night in Buenos Aires. The staff were super friendly and helpful and the food and wine were delicious.

Pros: Friendly staff, Delicious food, Beautiful space

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Purismo - Edit

El purismo es una doctrina que defiende lo autentico, lo original, la esencia de las cosas.
Ese es el concepto del Almacen Purista, volver a lo basico, a lo mas puro de nuestra cocina tradicional porteña.
Super recomendado!

Pros: excellent food, friendly staff, healthy cuisine

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