CULINARY BUENOS AIRES
The Experience: Porteños, how locals are called, love eating out. Some prefer a nice dish of pasta still life, others sit in a cosy restaurant at Palermo neighbourhood and a third devour a barbecue in a “Parrillita”. But, without a doubt, eating out is a favourite outing in Buenos Aires. For this reason, is that the culinary scene is vast and as varied as the largest metropolis in the world. A full snapshot would be overwhelming, so we chose some of the concepts and proposals that identify the city and its cuisine in which the beef and wine stands. Some other local foods and drinks are mate, alfajores, empanadas, dulce de leche, locro and “picada” (table of cold cuts and assorted cheeses accompanied by homemade bread). Come to know and experience Buenos Aires through all your senses!
Destination: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Duration: 4 days
DAY 1: Buenos Aires Highlights & Paired Lunch in Coupage Room.
Arrival in Buenos Aires and private transfer to your hotel. Discover the beauty of Buenos Aires visiting the main attractions of the city and enjoy a delicious 3 course paired lunch with the best Argentine wines and a renowned sommelier.
DAY 2: Visit the cradle of Gaucho’s traditions, stroll around the local town market and experience an Argentine cooking lesson.
Visit San Antonio de Areco and its typical local market to learn about Argentine beef cuts and other local products. Taste the traditional empanada, learn the Argentine style of cooking steaks on the grill, prepare your own Mate and try the typical “alfajor”.
DAY 3: Shopping experience in a local market, gourmet cooking class with a local Argentine Chef & Tango evening.
In company of a renowned local chef, visit a local market and get fresh products for your cooking class at one of the most famous closed door restaurants. Enjoy a 4-course lunch paired with 4 different Argentine wines. In the evening enjoy a dinner and tango show at the exclusive Rojo Tango.
DAY 4: Free Day
A day to enjoy at leisure or do some shopping. Transfer to Buenos Aires International Airport.