we had dinner yesterday at Aramburu and are still dreaming. Every single course was so delicious and amazing. We recommend to take the wine pairing.
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We went on a busy Friday night for a friends birthday and I was blown away by the excellent service, creative flavor combinations, and expertly paired wines. This is a 20-course tasting menu and they do a great job of pacing it efficiently and making...More
You always wonder, can they do it again, when you return a year later to a restaurant where you had a phenomenal experience. Aramburu did. 19 plates of fantastic and imaginative food only two of which were repeats of previously and one of those had...More
All the tasting dishes were amazing. The kitchen staff has it down to a science. The wines were also amazing. The downfall is that most of the pairings were not what was expected and constructive comments were not received. Service was very good but a...More
On a quiet weeknight, we felt the urge to try Aramburu and had no problem getting a table for two right away. Seated at the chef's table, we got to witness the 'how' in getting the food to the tables. A team of young and...More
The service, the quality of the food and the ambience are wonderful. This small nine-table eatery with its 18-course men with selected molecular foams and creations melded many styles and flavors from france and asia with interesting lovely creations. The quail dish was the best...More
it was great to return to aramburu again. the restaurant is intimate and cozy with great staff. the food is excellent in any way. perfect tasting menu with nice wine pairing. we look forward to visiting the restaurant in its new location.
We were in BA for a week and read rave reviews for iLatina and this one. We tried both and ended up enjoying Aramburu more. We had the 8 pm restaurant for the tasting menu and finished around 11:45 pm. The waitress was very nice...More
Billed as 20 course tasting menu by our waiter, but only if bread & butter and each canape/amuse bouche counts as one! This was a good thing as I am often overwhelmed by more than 7, so it is testament to the balance through the...More
Aramburu was a very frustrating experience. We were long excited to try here, but there were too many bad dishes. Atmosphere, service, and presentation were all good, and wine pairings often excellent, but food taste was often bad. The meal started strong, but then got...More