Savor the flavors of Argentina at a unique 3-hour dining concept in Buenos Aires. Break bread with guests from around the world at banquet tables piled with food and wine. Learn the local culinary cultures, and become an expert in Argentine food.
What to Expect
Whether you're a cooking enthusiast or a complete novice, this small group culinary experience in Buenos Aires promises to be fun, while providing a glimpse into the country’s culture.
Your guide will enlighten you on the best cuisine in the city, as well as introduce you to local customs. Put on an apron and chef's hat to make a traditional empanada. Test your imagination in an empanada-making competition to win a fantastic prize!
Then, enjoy a meal of grilled provoleta (a type of provolone cheese), sliced chorizo (sausage), homemade chimichurri (savory sauce for grilled meat), salsa criolla (sliced onions with herbs), and much more. Learn how to order a juicy bife de lomo in Spanish, and experience Argentina’s best steak cooked-to-order, served with velvety mashed potatoes and oven-roasted vegetables.
For dessert, make your own alfajores, a sweet treat that combines a biscuit with dulce de leche (caramel), melted chocolate fondue, and coconut shavings. Wash it all down with unlimited quantities of Malbec wine!
Learn the history and etiquette of mate tea, one of Argentina's national pastimes. Prepare the tea from scratch, and enjoy the subtle flavors of your own creation.
- English-speaking guide
- Food as per menu
- Unlimited wine and water