Perched at the Triple Frontier, where Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina meet, Puerto Iguazu is linked to Brazil by the Tancredo Neves bridge. It is home to the Museum of Images of the Jungle, the Mborore Museum, a bird rehabilitation center and the famed Iguazu National Park. The National Park is home to 275 waterfalls, including the world-renowned Iguazu Falls, which plunges 270 feet. A subtropical climate means it's warm in winter and hot in summer, with temperatures soaring up to 104°F.
Things to do in Puerto Iguazu
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Aqva Restaurant, located in Puerto Iguazu, Iguazu Falls land, offers local river fish, like Surubi, Pacu, Gold Fish Dorado, and also Patagonian Tooth fish, Salmon, Trout. The meats are specially selected, Sirloin Steak, Ribeye, Tender Loin, Lamb and Pork. Home made Pasta and home made breads not to be missed. Salads and Risottos. Good Desserts options, with our Yerba Mate signature special dessert. Drinks, cold beers and the great Argentinean wines.
I was on my way to another restaurant when I saw this one. The reviews looked good, it was also recommended highly by Trip Advisor. The meal started off well with a nice glass of champagne and a lovely bread basket. Had it not been for the breadbasket I would not have had anything to eat last night. I ordered the stuffed breast of chicken. It was so dry that I could not eat it. There was also a potato puff which had a strange taste. The only thing good was the purée of pumpkin or butternut squash( not sure exactly which it was). The service was less than attentive. All in all.... a big disappointment.
4.5 based on 575 reviews
After Reading TA reviews we went to the restaurant without a reservation, they seated us straight away and after 30 minutes the restaurant was full. The waiters were helpful and efficient and even found a bottle of wine for us that we requested that wasn't...MoreThank you for taking time to review our restaurant. We look forward for welcoming you back soon.
4 based on 3 reviews
La Rueda fue inaugurada en 1975 y su nombre proviene de una rueda de carro que fue regalada por un granjero local a los duenos, la familia Bauza, cuando llegaron a la tierra de las Cataratas. Nuestra carta contiene una amplia seleccion de platos personalizados que combinan exoticos productos de la region con base en la cocina internacional. Las especialidades de la casa son los pescados de rio, como el surubi, dorado y pacu, tambien nuestras carnes Premium asadas a fuego vivo p parrilla (tipica coccion Argentina) y las mejores pastas con ancestrales recetas italianas amasadas diariamente . Para maridar nuestros deliciosos platos, podemos sugerir dentro de nuestra cava, una excelente botella de vino de etiquetas nacionales de diferentes regiones del pais. La Rueda, icono gastronomico de la region por cuatro decadas, es un vivo testimonio de los tipicos sabores argentinos, manteniendo la esencia y calidez de la tradicion familiar desde 1975.-
A very attractive building with AC but also outdoor Seating if wanted.
Extremely attentive staff.
Extremely comprehensive menu and wine list.
Malbec local wine = 350 pesos
Stand out starter - prawns in batter
5 star main - river fish “Diablo’
Veggie winner - nut and ricotta Ravoli
No room for desert
Price for 2 people: 1500 peso
4 based on 347 reviews
After travelling for 3 weeks around Argentina I missed some food with spice so I was looking forward to trying this Asian inspired restaurant. Firstly they were out of the salmon teriyaki and then I requested broccoli rather than mixed vegetables with my prawn rice (for which they insisted on charging me more for) and received mush. Sadly not worth a visit.
4.5 based on 367 reviews
I came into the restaurant after having gotten completely soaked from it raining outside, and despite being dripping wet, the head chef happily invited me in. I suggested that I sit outside, so as not to get their chairs or floor wet, and he told me to not to dare do it! For my entire meal, the staff was attentive and gracious. I had the bolognese (140 pesos) on my first night and came back the very following day to get some carbonara (230 pesos). In both cases, the noodles were perfectly cooked al dente, and the sauces were magnificent. This very well could have been the best carbonara I've ever had, and I've spent quite a bit of time in Italy! The prices are between 140-280 Argentinian pesos for a plate of pasta, I believe, and the portions are definitely filling (coming from a 6'4" guy with a large appetite). Definitely do not miss out on this place.
4.5 based on 521 reviews
The Chef Matteo Lagostena After years of studying, researching and hard work: he finally could define himself and decided to have a Autor kitchen. Join us in this great adventure through the flavors!
We were recommended to eat at la Fuente by our tour guide Francis. We walked from our hotel a couple of streets to find this gem of a restaurant. Delicious food and wine. The steak with Malbec sauce and beetroot ice cream was fantastic as...MoreThank you very much to share you experience with us. Best Regards ever!! Simona Pilo
4.5 based on 250 reviews
Know some secrets of Misiones’ Forest while enjoying tasty plates and cocktails. As you delight in our flavors you can notice the information banners and photographs about our rich nature and culture, see our library or use computers to share information on the Web. Or simply enjoy wonderful atmosphere and moment! Open daily from 5 pm to give flavor to your memories of Iguazu Falls, under the light of Jasy –moon in Guarani language.
The place was practically empty when we arrived however it still had a great atmosphere thanks to the lovely outdoor Seating area and the top quality service. We were pleasantly surprised to find the menu had plenty of pizza options including a good number of vegetarian options (perfect as I am vegetarian) -- there were also other non-pizza options but I got the impression that pizza is the specialty. The pizza was excellent. The vegetables from the assado were succulent and perfectly done and the pizza had a nice thin base/crust just the way I like it.
4 based on 1 reviews
Recommended by our taxi driver it is a nice enough place for lunch or dinner. It aspires to be a fine dining place and for Iguazú maybe it is. Had a nice Italian luncheon with slightly overpriced wine. Good service, pleasant surroundings, good food, reasonable prices.
4.5 based on 224 reviews
Located inside Amerian Hotel, La Mision Restaurant combines argentinian food with argentinian products. Taste a wine from Mendoza or our regional menu. Next to the Hito Tres Fronteras.
We went to La Mision on a winter night. The first impression was the place was cold, both temperature and architecture-wise. The space feels like the lobby of a corporate building, lots of concrete and mega high ceilings. The venue may work better for lunch, with more light/views and less of cavernous feeling. The food took what seemed like ages. At one point the waiter came by and apologized for the delay, but jokingly added "another hour and a half and your food will be here." We didn't see the humor. Eventually the food arrived but it was spotty. I had an assortment of 3 river fish (surubi, pacu and boga.) They were all small, thin servings of dry-tasting fish. (The boga was basically fish skin with no meat.) We had more luck with a local appetizer of corn and cheese in a mandioca-flour burrito. That was very tasty, like a more flavorful quesadilla. Our Deserts were winners all around: we had a red berry soup and a two-chocolate parfait (like a very buttery ice cream), both delicious. In sum: If you go, pick your main dishes carefully, and pray for fast service.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
restaurante: la vaca enamorada welcome to the one of the wonders of the world, in puerto iguazú. we invite you to enjoy our delicious and affordable cuisine, offering a welcome drink and differential discount.• grill• homemade pasta• hall conditioned – wi-fi• barbecue and garden with tropical environments restaurante: La vaca enamorada
Great food and local feeling. We had the gnocchi and tenderloin which were both excellent! Friendly atmosphere with the owner showing a lot about his passion for food, wine and even music later on the evening. Highly recommended for a great dinner with a local...MoreWe appreciate your kind note and for its time, a very warm welcome from Lili and Alberto. Thank you.
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