The next photo feature installment of a Buenos Aires closed-door restaurant is Casa Felix, run by husband and wife team, Diego (from Argentina) and Sanra (from the U.S.). The pair craft pescatarian menus, a rarity in Buenos Aires, and use local, fresh products, many of which come from their personal garden.
Says Sanra in my Buenos Aires closed-door restaurants BBC article: “Our main objective has always been to conduct culinary investigations, look for and document interesting lesser known foodstuffs and present them in our South American-inspired cuisine.”
Diego and Sanra of Casa Felix with their newborn
From the back patio of Casa Felix
Homemade bread and white bean spread, photo snapped by my friend K. Josephson
Casa Felix menu for the evening
First course, "autumn locro"
Exotic mushroom empanada appetizer
Calamari shepherd's pie with red pepper and aguaribay sauce, shaved fennel
Dessert, phyllo-wrapped "warm vigilante" with quince and cheese
Artwork on the back patio of Diego and Sanra's home, Casa Felix
To see photos from Casa Mun, click here, or here to read the original TKGO post about the piece.
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