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Gran Café Tortoni

Café and Concert Hall$$$$
Monserrat, Buenos Aires
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  • Lucas M.
    "The tango show... simply awesome."(5 Tips)
    João Paulo M.
    "Hot chocolate with churros are very good."(15 Tips)
    Lisa K.
    "I would definitely recommend visiting for some coffee and snacks"(216 Tips)
    Mariana B.
    "The show is 1 our long and the place is historical, cozy and simple."(13 Tips)
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  • Goatha06
    Goatha06August 20
    A good ambience, history and culture... The rest, ?...
  • David
    DavidJuly 31
    Reserve your tango tickets on days with live music only!
  • David
    DavidJuly 30
    Oldest cafe in town.
  • Gaby P.
    Show is a musyt, but only if you really like touristy tango experiences
  • Alina M.
    Average food, average wine by glass, the decor is great and has the old Buenos Aires vibe, that is the only reason people come here, I doubt it's for the food. Average service, good atmosphere.
  • Antonio Alexandre C.
    The place is beautiful and the coffee is great! You cannot forget to try their churros with "dulce de leche" GORGEOUS!!
  • Mari I.
    Beautiful place. For me Tortoni breakfast was too big so I had to take away my sandwiches and ate them for lunch. Which was pretty cool. Lemon tart was too sweet I wouldn't order it next time
  • Sole A.
    Sole AngelMarch 10
    Good service. Traditional. Classy. Good for locals and foreigners.
  • Daddy said I'm special
    Wifi is the address: avdemayo829
  • Mariana B.
    For those who want a shot of Tango, that's the place! The show is 1 our long and the place is historical, cozy and simple. The show starts around 8pm, but go in the morning or afternoon for tickets!
  • Claudia F.
    Claudia FilthDecember 19, 2015
    Honestly unsure why this place was voted one of the top 10 cafes in the world. Stale churros, bad coffee. Meh to everything.
  • Sofia U.
    Sofia UzDecember 2, 2015
    Amazing painted glass ceiling! Everything else pretty average. Still a nice break while touting BA
  • Kate
    KateOctober 30, 2015
    Stick w the wine. Sandwiches are dry and mediocre.
  • Maria Eugenia F.
    Maria Eugenia FranciscoSeptember 7, 2015
    The most famous cafeteria in Buenos Aires. You can't leave without taking a coffee with medialunas here. The decoration is just lovely. It's a must in the city. Prepare yourself to pay a lot.
    Upvoted 1 week ago
  • Ar H.
    Ar HiriartSeptember 7, 2015
    Churros &chocolate were simply amazing!!! Order also el lomo and was ok the tango show also good.
  • Douglas S.
    Douglas SouzaSeptember 6, 2015
    Authentic churros! And creamy chocolate!
  • Lisa K.
    Lisa KlemyshevaAugust 17, 2015
    A great place to visit. Food wise maybe not the most superb in town but still very very good. I would definitely recommend visiting for some coffee and snacks
  • Berk K.
    Berk KapiciogluJuly 30, 2015
    A 19th century cafe that is based on a cafe in Paris. Back in the day, it used to be a popular hangout for the Argentinian elite. Today, it feels like it lost its charm and became a tourist hangout.
  • Thiago V.
    Thiago VieiraJuly 14, 2015
    Not as good expected...
  • Louíse J.
    Louíse JankJuly 5, 2015
    Brunch maravilhoso!
  • Nora C.
    Nora ChangJuly 3, 2015
    Cute place. I guess it's known for tango lots of tourists.
  • Ana S.
    Ana SalinasMay 17, 2015
    Im sorry but not worth it. Minimum effort in the food.
  • Luluzinha P.
    Deception... dry and cold churros. Terrible service.
  • Elvira L.
    Elvira LiceagaApril 28, 2015
    Beautiful literary place
  • abb c.
    abb chanApril 2, 2015
    Coffee and mdiajuana (croissant)
  • Rick R.
    Rick RappMarch 21, 2015
    Terrific floor show!
  • Leonardo U.
    Leonardo UedaFebruary 18, 2015
    There's a waiter who looks moody, but he is nice! The café doesn't accept credit card, but Brazilian Real here it's R$4,00 worth! Lemon pie is big and good!
  • Nushy S.
    Nushy SCFebruary 16, 2015
    Historic literary cafe in Buenos Aires.
  • Gustavo M.
    Gustavo MüllerFebruary 15, 2015
    Slow and bad service. Got a hair in my croissant!
  • Angélica A.
    Angélica ArámbuloFebruary 11, 2015
    It's good for a date. You can find great tango shows
  • Antoine L.
    Antoine LefebvreJanuary 25, 2015
    Quite touristy. Good breeakfast
  • Sousa L.
    Sousa LJanuary 13, 2015
    Desserts are great, coffee is great. The pizza doesn't fit a god one, avoid this. The place is just amazing. Second best one in South America. Try Colombo Café in Rio de Janeiro/BR
  • Olga
    OlgaJanuary 6, 2015
    Bombom suizo is out of this world!
  • Cemal B.
    Cemal BuyukgokcesuJanuary 3, 2015
    The worst coffee in the city. Service is very poor, food and drinks are far below average. Popular just because of its history. Take a photo and have your drinks in one of the other cafes nearby.
  • Onur K.
    Onur KaraagaogluJanuary 3, 2015
    Seriously?? That's the worst coffee I have ever drunk. avoid, stay away and don't feed the troll.
  • Yaakov B.
    Yaakov Ben BasatDecember 19, 2014
    Great steak sandwich
  • Nuk C.
    Nuk ChoDecember 6, 2014
    Beautiful and historical. Very touristy, yet a must for one-time visit. Chocolate with churros is recommended. The former is wow, but the latter is so-so.
  • Adriana C.
    Adriana CuellarNovember 23, 2014
    Beautiful place! The breakfast was good AND huge, plus we didn't have to queue to go inside like we would have to for lunch.
  • Dennis H.
    Dennis HobbelinkNovember 4, 2014
    Awesome lemoncake!
  • J. I.
    J. I.G.October 24, 2014
    Beautiful place for a coffee
  • Michael D.
    Michael DeichstetterSeptember 23, 2014
    Food & service mediocre at best. Aside from the ambience, it has little to offer. Deserts and coffee in the afternoon is the only time worth going. Nice looking touristy coffee shop, nothing else.
  • Brena S.
    Brena SenaSeptember 21, 2014
    very touristy but worth checking out! lots of Brazilians around! the lemon cake slice is huge, prepare to share.
  • J.
    J.September 17, 2014
    Touristic and expensive place. The tango didn't worth it. Catch the Red Tango up at Faena Hotel. An incredible show!
  • Francisco A.
    Francisco Almeida VizentinSeptember 13, 2014
    Touristy place. Beware of brazilians making big lines and talking loud. The decoration is cool. Good coffee and breakfast options, but expensive if compared to better cafes nearby.
  • Hristo S.
    Hristo SpasoffSeptember 7, 2014
    nice historical place! its good for coffee with Bacardi, but not for lunch. The salads and meat are touristico tasty.
  • Belisa S.
    Belisa SossaiAugust 24, 2014
    Chocolate espeso - of you don't like coffee it's a good choice. Really sweet tho.
  • Marianne
    MarianneAugust 8, 2014
    Typical place of Buenos Aires. You have to come here once, take the time to eat some sandwiches de miga, tostados with a submarino or a cerveza :)
  • Guilherme S.
    Guilherme SepeJuly 21, 2014
    Don't miss the alfajor. The best I've tried so far..
  • Carey M.
    Carey MinceyJune 26, 2014
    Kind of cool spot....yummy food!
  • Carey M.
    Carey MinceyJune 24, 2014
    Cool old place....good eats....Tourista spot no doubt but a nice pit stop.
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