Category Archives: Argentina

Finally, Some Offal!

As previously mentioned, parillas (essentially grill houses) are a very popular type of restaurant in Buenos Aires. However, while the baker and non-baker had previously eaten in parillas they had not eaten offal at any of these restaurants, a major … Continue reading

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Hierba Buena

The baker and non-baker adore their vegetables (as may be relatively evident to long-time readers of this blog.) They’ve greatly enjoyed the variety and quality of meat available in Buenos Aires, from chorizo to ojo de bife, the flavors have … Continue reading

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Late Night Pizza

As mentioned in the previous few posts, Buenos Aires seems to operate on a slightly different time schedule from a number of other cities. It’s one that allows a 9am start but also encourages people to hang out in cafes … Continue reading

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Eating Armenian in BA

As it turns out, aside from local food traditions, such as parillas, Armenian food is a relatively popular foreign tradition. Thus it was with great anticipation that the non-baker and Baker made their way to Sarkis (the most well-known Armenian … Continue reading

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Street food

After visiting the Recoleta, known as the prettiest cemetery in the world, the Baker and non-baker were in want of a snack. But not wanting to sit down for a full meal, they did the next best thing: stopped at … Continue reading

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Entering the Parilla

After walking around for a few hours, (and several scoops of helado later), it was 10pm– also known as dinner time. The Baker and non-baker were the quite excited about eating at a Parilla, a traditional steakhouse. After all, that … Continue reading

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The set menus

And in case you love menus (or want Spanish descriptions for some reason), here’s the menu:

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