Food at @ Do Fu, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Authentic Chinese Food in the Middle of Villa Crespo

Chinese food has been ruined for me by one evening where the stars aligned and I had Chinese take-out so delicious it made my toes curl. It was just two years ago, sometime between Christmas and New Years and I was visiting

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Osaka, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Treat Yo Self to Nikkei at Osaka

For the love of baby Jesus and all that is holy, please don’t be wearing sweat pants, I frantically whatsapped my

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Korean BBQ @ BBQ Town, Buenos Aires, Argentina

An Argentine Reacts: Korean BBQ

Expats regularly complain that Argentines lack palatal adventure. We went straight to the source to test their taste buds.

When I invited my friend Esteban to help me review BBQ Town, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Sure, Argentines can be open when

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reina pepiada @ panachef, buenos aires, argentina

Three Venezuelan Restaurants in Five Days

Three Venezuelan Meals. One article. 120 hours. This was the challenge I gladly accepted from my editor Vivi. The Feria de Gastronomía

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Korean Food @ BBQ Town, Buenos Aires, Argentina

BBQ Town: Korean Food is Closer Than You Think

I am what some might define as a lazy human being. Meaning that after work, I tend to spend my nights watching Netflix, rather than playing football with friends or organizing another La Bomba del Tiempo outing. If your plan falls anywhere

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oxtail, casa coupage, buenos aires closed door french restaurant

Food and Drink Fusion in Buenos Aires

Article by Nora Wallenius.

We all know that Buenos Aires is a gastronomical paradise.

We also know it’s a delicious beverage paradise, with world-famous wines, exciting cocktails, and artisanal beers available in bars small and large all over the city. Sometimes though, its hard to find that perfect balance

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Memorable Flavors At Mishiguene

Article by Anna Lowe.

I recently celebrated my birthday in Buenos Aires for the second time! As well as a weekend asado/party in traditional Argie style I wanted to try something a little fancy so decided on ‘South America’s Best Bar’

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Sushi: A Two-Part Tale of Consumption and Construction

Article by Anna Lowe.

Marcello Elefoso has been making sushi for over 10 years having perfected his technique in big name restaurants like Morizono (BAs first Japanese). But with an entrepreneurial free spirit he sought the excitement of starting his

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From Mumbai to Buenos Aires – Indian Food at My Spice

Article by Kevin Vaughn.

Samosa. Tandoori. Masala. Curry. When was the last time you heard those words uttered in a sentence without wanting to punch whoever was humble bragging about all the delicious things they ate on their most recent

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Kyodo Sushi Buenos Aires 3

For Sushi Purists – Kyodo Japanese Restaurant

Article by Anna Lowe.

I adore sushi. I would eat it every day if I could. As it is, living in Buenos Aires, a city not known for its understanding or appreciation of sea creatures, I manage to make do with only weekly installments of the

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