Bariloche is the central hub of Argentina’s lake district, in the south west of the country. Its Alpine architecture comes from its Swiss and German heritage, making it a quaint and pretty town to spend a morning wandering through, with a number of cafés and boutique shops offering a lovely choice of brunch options. Check out our guide to the best brunch spots in Bariloche.
Chiado is a tranquil café and restaurant surrounded by mountain trees and looking over the lake. Located just outside Bariloche, it mixes a traditional tearoom ambiance with the classic Alpine architecture of Bariloche. With artistically mismatched chairs and crockery, visitors can enjoy a cup of tea in a dainty cup and saucer with a homemade cake or other patisserie item. An array of antiques from the 1930s and a matching soundtrack add to the atmosphere. The perfect place to stop for a break while exploring Bariloche’s wider lakeside zone.