Museum restaurants can be hit or miss, but the lunch experience at Museo Evita's lovely restaurant is a far cry from standing in a cafeteria-style queue for overpriced bottled water and grilled panini. Housed in the same ritzy antique residence that once served as a women's shelter run by Eva Perón's foundation, the restaurant offers two appealing venues - a black-and-white tiled courtyard, and the cosy-chic dining room, decorated with tasteful Evita memorabilia. Sweet and savoury crêpes make for a sensational lunch; or pick the rocket salad with figs, brie, artichoke and crispy jamón crudo. The dinner menu tends towards heartier dishes like risotto, pastas and steaks. On balmier nights on the patio, a passionfruit mousse, or a flan with dulce de leche and a generous glass of malbec are well worth lingering over. You can also pick up all sorts of souvenirs, from dedicated bottles of wine to Evita t-shirts, from the museum's shop.