Buenos Aires’ residential neighbourhood of Banfield, Broome is the area’s first swish restaurant
(Image credit: press)

Located on a leafy street in Buenos Aires’ residential neighbourhood of Banfield, Broome is the area’s first swish restaurant.

Conceived by debutants Agustina and Mary Amores - with the initial aid of The Wow Factor agency in the making of the mood board - this fresh outpost has instantly become a firm favourite for locals and visitors alike. ‘We wanted to create a classic yet cosy atmosphere with modern touches. Relaxed, elegant and laid back,’say duo.

With a prevailing palette of blues with accents of grey, white and gold, the furnishings include Tom Dixon lightings, a comfortable capitone sofa, high-backed chairs upholstered with velvet and a Petiribi wood library filled with a curated selection of small home & fashion accessories.The courtyard, with a subway tile bar and vintage hanging lamps contains Tolyx chairs and wooden couches.

Iván Vera, a Mexican chef cum architect and photographer has created a menu including typical Argentine food with a Latino touch while Mary Amores is the pastry chef offering French and American style minicakes. We recommend plumping for the bife de chorizo with creamy chimichurri and for dessert, three mousses including milk chocolate, chocolate with orange and passion fruit all washed down with a glass of Malbec, of course.

Broome interior

(Image credit: press)

Chairs wtih table

(Image credit: press)




Leandro N. Alem 901