- Cuisines: Local Traditional
- Localyte author: Paula Barreneche
- Guerrin is one of the top pizza restaurants in Buenos Aires. Located right in the middle of the theater area, it's an ideal option to go after a play with friends or family. If you go by yourself I recommend you don't take a table and have your pizza standing by the counter or at the high central shared table. People usually order slices of their favorite pizzas , eat fast and leave. Go straight to the cashier , order your pizza, pay him and move a bit to your right. Just a few seconds later you'll have a big, thick, cheese, fabulous pizza being cut in front of your eyes. The drinks must be ordered at the counter on the right, where they cook the empanadas (you should definitely try at least one!)There's people coming and going all the time, the atmosphere it's noisy, people talk loudly and waiters are always in a rush;service is not nice nor polite, but fast.This is the typical porteño place. Upstairs is a little more quiet and where the families like to seat. Advice: Do not order your pizza to take. They'll give you a thinner,smaller and not so yummy looking than the ones you see coming out the oven. Bon apetite!
- The description was provided by Paula Barreneche