On Cabildo de Belgrano Avenue is one of the most important shopping centers in the north of the city. In the streets of the neighborhood, old Tudor houses are mixed with modern apartment towers. In the immediate vicinity of Belgrano C station is the Barrio Chino of Buenos Aires, in a few blocks a large number of oriental food establishments as well as shops and supermarkets with Asian specialties are concentrated.
In the north of the city, bordering the Palermo neighborhood.
Metro Lines D: Oath Station
Miter Railway: Belgrano C Station
Bus Lines: 15, 29, 41, 44, 57, 59, 60, 63, 65, 67, 68, 80, 113, 114, 152, 161, 168, 184 y 194
Like any big city that boasts of being one, Buenos Aires also has its own Chinatown. A neighborhood that despite its name, is not only limited to the Chinese community of the city, but also to other Asians such as Taiwanese, Koreans, Japanese and Thai among others. The Buenos Aires chinatown is in the Belgrano area, it starts at Arribeños Street where an ornate arch welcomes us a few meters from the Belgrano-C station of the Miter railway.
Here we can find different gastronomic proposals, such as the classic Chinese restaurants and others specialized in Taiwanese or Thai food, as well as sushi restaurants and Japanese foods. Also if we want something more “in step” there are several stores that sell an adaptation of Asian street food, in addition to the classic street vendors who install their small plastic refrigerators in the corners during the weekends.