Travel Tales of Argentina
Food has always been a vital attraction for visitors traveling to Argentina’s capital. Buenos Aires is a microcosm of cultures, a wonderful amalgamation of French, Italian and Old World influences. This aspect is reflective in its food, a huge attraction for foodies from all over the world. No matter what appeals to your taste buds, this vibrant city has something to fill the plates of everyone! To prove this point, let’s take a look at some of the buzzing new eateries that you can visit on your next Buenos Aires tour.
Lo and behold for Buenos Aires’s latest upscale Jewish restaurant is here. The name that translates to ‘Crazy fire’ was one of the most awaited restaurants of 2017 and has successfully been delivering what it promised.
Chef Tomás Kalika relays an amazing, quintessential Argentine experience with hints of Middle Eastern Cusine to visitors. If you’re visiting BA for the first time, you just cannot miss out on their prized, mouth watering open flame cooking experience or ‘parrilla’ as the locals call it. The most famous dishes that will hit the right spot include khachapuri shakshuka and smoked pastrami.
If you like fusion cuisine with the unmistakable local touch and top quality drinks, you should definitely give this restaurant a try!
Casa Cavia is a brilliantly designed and newly refurbished restaurant of 2017 with the great chef Mugaritz alum Julieta Caruso on board. Its location that was originally founded in 1927 has been restored to perfection as of April 2017.
This restaurant appeals to a host of visitors due to two main reasons: its magnificent design and the variety of European, fusion, Argentine and vegetarian cuisine it offers. The menu is another interesting aspect as each dish in it is inspired by a great work of literature.
If you like good food, flowers and literature, this restaurant is a must visit!
When you visit BA, don’t forget to revel in the local food and wine experience while exploring the cobbled streets of Palermo! This restaurant shows you all about being an Argentine, rendering it a must experience for tourists.
Enjoy Argentina’s best steak coupled with scrumptious, silky potatoes and exquisite Malbec wine. Moreover, avail the opportunity to enjoy Argentina’s empanada competition with a chance to win great prizes. Finish off the meal with the local specialty, Alfajores. Amidst the wonderful hosting, you get a chance to experience the local culture, food and wine!
If you want a taste of what Argentina is all about, you must bask in ‘The Argentine Experience’.
With a new management, this restaurant is almost as good as new! The interior of Café Rivas invokes images of Old Buenos Aires, due to which it is a must visit for newbies. Known for their amazing brunch on weekends, you can get a feel of the true San Telmo dining experience here.
If you wish to experience the café culture of BA and take a soothing walk on the cobbled streets afterwards, there is no better place than Café Rivas!
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