In South America’s smallest country the culinary scene is diverse. The influence of European immigrants and the traditions of the indigenous people create a rich food tapestry. Explore unique dishes, share mate and drink Tannat, the national wine of Uruguay.
In South America’s smallest country, Uruguay, the culinary scene is diverse. The influence of European immigrants and the traditions of the indigenous people create a rich food tapestry. Montevideo, the... Read more →
In a land with more cows than people (yes, 1 person for every 4 cows), Uruguay has more than beef to offer culinary travelers. Even as South America’s smallest country,... Read more →
You may be going to South America with plans to visit Iguazu Falls, Machu Picchu, Patagonia, Torres del Paine, or the beautiful Andes Mountain range. You’ve made your plans, booked... Read more →
Tannat is the signature grape of Uruguay wines, and is to Uruguay what the Malbec is to Argentina. Given our quest to experience local authentic specialties from around the world, getting... Read more →
Enjoying Uruguay beef and an asado or parilla (barbeque), from a top beef producing country, was high on our list and a priority when we got to Montevideo. We had... Read more →
We are now in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay and our quest to find the authentic food specialities continues to surprise us. One of the things we are still learning on... Read more →
Our journey discovering authentic food across South America continues and now has us in Uruguay. More specifically we are in Colonia del Sacramento, a picturesque town and the Barrio Historico... Read more →