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Noble y Natural

  • Vegan Vegan
    ( 11 reviews )
Contact 011-4862-1827

Av Corrientes 4657 (at Angel Gallardo / Lambare, near Subway line B), Buenos Aires, Argentina,

"Comida para llevar oriental" - take away Chinese food. Offers a salad bar, empanada, rice noodle, corn noodle, soy, seitan, spring roll, tofu, algas, beans, lentil, pan chino, chop suey, yamani rice, pasta, tarta, mock chicken, milanesa, fruit salad, albondigas de soja, croquetas. Also sells some food products like cereal, cookies, whole grain bread, crackers, budines, tortas, cake, seeds, chocolate, Chinese noodle, ginger tea, Taiwanese food, and frozen veg burger patties. Confirmed open April 2014. Note that it is closed after lunch until dinner. Open Mon-Sat 11:30am-3:30pm, Mon-Sat 5:30pm-10:30pm.

Category: Vegan, Chinese, Buffet, Fast food, Salad bar, Argentinian, Take-out only

Reviews (11)

First Review by juliotnunes

one of the greatest - Edit

I really love this place. they have a lot of options, healthier and fried things, everything its very tasty. The only thing about its the hours. 12-19, not open in night. Only for pick food, there isnt tables there. But even with this things you going to love "noble y natural"

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Cheap and nice - Edit

The food isn't super nice or anything but the place is cheap and the food is OK! Went here twice, mostly cause it was so cheap. You can also buy some "health food stuff" and like frozen burgers. No seating though.

Pros: Good value

Cons: No seating

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Best value! - Edit

Being that Buenos Aires is a bit pricey, this place really was a relief for my wallet. Tasty, fast, lots of choices! Could be said that there are a lot of fried stuff, and is probably pretty high on fat. Also it's a pity they don't have any seating, and there is no park or nice place to sit in the area...

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tasty vegan take-away food, sold by weight - Edit

place is not closed .. however it does close after lunch and then reopens from 530-900pm for dinner monday-friday.. only open for lunch on saturdays and closed all day on sundays ..

nice vegan selection .an oasis in the land of meat eaters .. a nice salad/raw bar, then a selection of fried goods and soya products, and then a selection of rice, noodle dishes and more asian style dishes. i believe the owners are Taiwanese so the food lends towards vegan chinese food, though chinese food is a not a personal favorite, i found the food to be good value and tasty .. ate here two times and it enjoyed it both occasions.

small store area that also sells nuts, teas, and a small selection of other vegan products. .

Pros: good value, tasty take-away, easy location, next to subway

Cons: only take away

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Excellent Chinese takeout - Edit

We came here on a trip in mid-November. This place is awesome! We tried pretty much everything. Some of the "chicken" and noodle dishes were really good. It was typical Chinese takeout-style done vegan. The spring rolls were amazing. We loaded up our containers and were a bit worried about price since you pay by weight. But it was super cheap! We took our food to a nearby park and had a great lunch. The restaurant was a little out of the way from our tourist destinations, but it was right off a metro stop. Highly recommended!

Pros: delicious, inexpensive, near metro

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Small place on Corrientes - Edit

Our experience was rather dissappointing. We came on Saturday evening, an hour before closing, but there was almost nothing left.... we took some tofu, empanadas and milanesas, and they were delicious. You should come when they have just opened to try everything they can offer.

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A Gem in Buenos Aires! - Edit

No questions asked at Noble Y Natural: Everything is vegan! This is a little take-away buffet restaurant that also sells a few grocery items. I recommend getting a few empanadas, buns, spring rolls, and dumplings to eat at the lovely Parque Centenario just a few blocks away. They also serve a handful of Chinese-style dishes with various sauces, veggies, and fake meats that I wouldn't recommend because I found them to be terribly salty. Oh, and I was absolutely thrilled to find a jar of soy dulce de leche here!

Pros: all-vegan, empanadas!, friendly

Cons: salty

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