- In addition to succulent steaks and full-bodied malbec wines, Buenos Aires has much more to offer food travelers
- Save time researching and discover the best local dishes, desserts and drinks to experience in Buenos Aires
- Find color pictures, personal recommendations and tips on what to eat and drink, and where
- Easy to follow with downloadable map featuring links for locations, exact street addresses and hours
- Additional tips provided to help you eat like a local in Buenos Aires
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What Users are Saying About The Buenos Aires Food Trail
“As soon as I downloaded the Buenos Aires Food Trail, I was immediately hungry for our trip. There was just enough information for our short trip. We liked the ‘dishes not to miss’ and the neighborhoods to visit for food. We tried empanadas and had amazing steak dishes. Thanks guys for the Food Trail, you got us jazzed up for our trip and we knew exactly where to go.”
“Everything was great and easy to use for the Buenos Aires Food Trail. We visited two local restaurants. Our only regret is that we did not have enough time in Buenos Aires to try more places listed. Great guide, very clear and easy to download and use while walking around.”
– Alesha and Jarryd
Stay Like a Local
For a truly authentic eating experience, it helps to stay where the locals stay. In the local neighborhoods, you see where the locals eat and shop and you discover the authentic restaurants, markets and local food experiences.
The Palermo neighborhood (barrio) is popular area among tourists. Broken up into distinct regions like Palermo Hollywood and Palermo Soho, you’ll find hip boutique hotels, trendy bars and restaurants, and the type of shopping you can find in any major city around the world.
For a real, local and Argentinian feel, we stayed in and recommend the San Telmo barrio. It’s a vibrant neighborhood with a rough exterior, filled with authentic steak houses and a variety of local restaurants. Enjoy tango on the streets and prices that are a lot cheaper. It’s a local’s neighborhood with a real soul.
To taste a slice of local life in Buenos Aires, we recommend Moreno Hotel in San Telmo.
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About The Authors
Rosemary and Claire are co-founders of Authentic Food Quest. They aim to transform travelers experiences through the discovery and knowledge of authentic food. They believe that by traveling through food, people have more meaningful connections with the local people, food, and culture.
What they liked about the food in Buenos Aires: Heavenly empanadas. Steaks cooked the Argentine way.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is an Authentic Food Quest Food Trail?
The Authentic Food Quest Food Trails provide highlights of the best authentic dishes, drinks, and desserts not to miss on your travels. Think of it as a snapshot of the must eat local foods and drinks and where to have them. Get the most out of your travels with trusted recommendations of what and where to eat the regional specialties.
- Why should I buy a Food Trail?
– To save you time. No need to waste hours on Google researching what to eat.
– Clear directions. Map to help you find local restaurants and markets.
– Trusted recommendations. From two culinary explorers who have personally experienced all recommendations.
- How do you find Authentic Food at the various destinations?
This is a question we get asked frequently. We travel slow and we use a process called “Savor Local.” It’s a 12-Step process to finding all the wonderful local and authentic foods at a destination. In summary, the process breaks down into four main parts.We start by researching the local foods ahead of time before we visit the country. We connect with locals prior to leaving and also while in the country. We visit numerous markets and food stores to see the unique and regional specialties. We interview local experts like chefs, food journalists, food-loving locals, and restaurant owners to understand the local specialties and their local significance. And finally, we eat at local eateries and restaurants that focus on regional and authentic dishes.
- What format is the Food Trail available in?
The food trail is available as a digital download PDF, so you can store it on your phone, computer or tablet and easily access it on the go.
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