Food Tours and Experiences in Buenos Aires

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November 13, 2013 10:48 am

There’s a long-awaited and much-welcomed gastronomic revolution happening in Buenos Aires at present, and locals and visitors alike are winning with dinner, lunch and every other bite. My post for Forbes details some of the best ways to get in on it with tours, a chef’s table event and if you’re in town at the right time, fairs and restaurant weeks.

Buenos Aires For Foodies

One Table photo courtesy of Jocelyn Mandryk

One Table photo courtesy of Jocelyn Mandryk

 

Once regarded as a land for great steak and not much else when it came to food, Buenos Aires has been experiencing a slow but steady gastronomic revolution over the past few years. The efforts of leading local chefs pushing their menus and experimenting are finally coming to fruition, and the city is earning a spot on the map as a destination for foodies.

In addition to One Table with Hernán GipponiFuudis and Sweet Buenos Aires that I mention in the article, here are a few other tasty suggestions:

Parrilla Tour

Anuva Wines Tasting

And be sure to consult the ultimate Buenos Aires food blog, Pick Up the Fork.

Karina

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