Food and Drink in Buenos Aires
It would be easy to spend an entire day in Buenos Aires doing nothing but eating and drinking in various establishments.
Starting with a traditional Buenos Aires breakfast of milky coffee (cafe con leche) and croissants (medialunas) in a neighborhood cafe, it won’t be long before you’re ready for a dangerously addictive Italian-style gelato ice-cream, followed by a late afternoon beer, an early evening glass of Malbec wine and then, if you’re lucky, an invitation to an Argentinean asado or barbecue. See below for tips.
What better way to get acquainted with the flavors of Argentina than a wine tasting? Anuva Wines hosts a lively, engaging tasting with exclusive wines you won’t find at home! A delectable afternoon event.
For those hot summers evenings in Buenos Aires when only a beer will do, a growing trend in microbreweries is here to save us. The Bröeders brothers invited us to watch them ‘cook’ and sample their beers.
An almost guilt free alternative to the fantastic ice cream / gelato on offer across the rest of Buenos Aires, and perhaps even more refreshing, this Palermo Soho Fro Yo outlet is fast becoming a local favorite.
Before indulging in a juicy, Argentine steak, find out the Spanish names of meat cuts, how to order them and what condiments to put on your meal in meat heaven. A guide to Argentina’s parrillas!
What in the world is in this empanada? Here’s your guide to Argentina’s delicious national pastry, including empanada fillings revealed, regional differences, and a delectable recipe. Enjoy!