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What people say

"This vegetarian restaurant captures the essence of a vibrant and health-conscious dining experience. They offer a diverse menu and a friendly ambiance. With a glass ceiling welcoming natural light into a huge open space with plants all around, it feels very inviting and chic. This is a wonderful lunch spot to enjoy alone, with a friend or as a casual first date."
"Chui is perfect for ordering many dishes and sharing. I love the decor because it makes you feel like you're not in Buenos Aires—full of plants and outdoorsy vibes. The cocktails are excellent, and I would choose to go at night. The pizza dough is spectacular, and they have fantastic dishes with mushrooms. Vegetarian with vegan options"
"Organic, vegetarian restaurant with a MICHELIN guide mention specializing in unique, balanced plates. The restaurant sits in a spacious, inviting garden and while it is popular, you can often go without a reservation."

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