If you feel like Pasta, in Buenos Aires we will tell you which are the 5 best restaurants where you can eat, buy and order handmade Italian pasta.

World Pasta Day is celebrated on October 25, one of the favorite foods of Argentines.  Next, a tour with the best 5 places to eat or order delivery of artisan pasta in Buenos Aires.

Fresh – Pasta Laboratory

Fresca offers a 100% Italian proposal. Each of its products is the result of a long research process developed in its Production Laboratory. All their pasta is made with durum wheat semolina, free-range eggs, vegetables from small producers, free-range chicken, export meats, fresh fish, and Italian products, such as tomatoes, olive oil, Funghi porcini, amaretti, hazelnuts, and more.

Best pasta in Buenos Aires

Some suggestions are the spinach or beetroot gnocchi, the pappardelle, the ravioli Quattro format, the braised gondola Angotti with malbec, the gorgonzola and pear lingo, the pink salmon lingo with prawns and sweet potato, the classic veal lasagna, potato cannelloni with zucchini and natural ham, and fusilli with chickpea flour (gluten-free).


Biasatti is a Belgrano pasta factory and market that offers handmade products in true Italian style. All their pasta is made by hand and in view of the customers in traditional production machines with export quality durum grain semolina and free-range eggs.

Not to be missed are the pappardelle with a knife, the triangle of veal, braised pork and herbs; cappelletti de cuartirolo, brie, and parmesan; lamb ravioli or vegetable soufflé ravioli; the cabbie, mascarpone, and almond agnolotti; and cannelloni with ricotta, vegetables, cashews, and pecorino, among many other options.


L’adesso uses the best products on the market in its menus, such as Italian semolina, Divella tomato, imported cheeses, and cured meats from prominent local producers, catch of the day, seasonal vegetables, and much more.

Fresh and dry Italian pasta stands out in its proposal. The new spring menu offers options such as fettuccine with prawns and asparagus; Cacio e Pepe (long and wide pasta buttered in a pastry of pecorino Romano cheese with pepper), chestnut flour pappardelle with wild boar ragout, ricotta and spinach ravioli with Italian tomato and basil, scialatielli with pork ragout in tomato sauce, pumpkin Tortelli with butter, sage and amaretti, and lasagna au gratin with bolognese and white sauce.

Aldo’s Restaurant

The menu is inspired by the unmistakable flavors of Mediterranean cuisine and is based on carefully selected raw materials, both local and Italian.

Pasta is the star of the menu and there are currently seven artisanal options on offer: roasted pumpkin ravioli with sage butter, amaretti powder, and Parmesan; trofie Alla Norma (short ricotta pasta) with Pomodoro, melanzane, and pecorino; lamb cappellacci with Italian Pomodoro and pecorino; cavatelli with walnut sauce; pasta with Italian Pomodoro, pork loin and pesto; creamy ricotta lasagna with eggplant, spinach, and Italian Pomodoro; and black fettuccine with seafood.

Cosi Mi Piace

The Cosi Mi Piace canteen in Palermo offers a culinary proposal with the most representative flavors of Mediterranean cuisine. Although the stars of the place are its iconic Roman pizzas -cooked in a wood-fired oven brought from Naples- its menu also features artisan pasta with homemade sauces of your choice.

Some of the house suggestions are the potato or spinach gnocchi au gratin with cream and Parmesan, the braised meat agnolotti, or the barbabietola torteletis, with beet dough and ricotta, pecorino, and toasted almond filling. There are also pumpkin ravioli, fusilli, egg tagliatelle, spinach, or bell pepper to accompany with sauces of your choice.

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