A favorite with local chefs, Paraje Arévalo may be modern Argentine cuisine at its best: unpretentious, authentic, delicate, and delicious. The restaurant’s decor is simple—mostly black and white—and plates evince a stripped-down presentation, garnished simply with fresh herbs and microgreens from the restaurant’s garden. The tasting menu changes seasonally but a few iconic dishes are always available, such as a breaded egg cooked over low heat that’s at once crispy, creamy, light, and rich. Dinner is a streamlined experience: You decide how many unnamed courses you can handle and choose a wine for pairing. Let go and enjoy.