What to eat in Buenos Aires? 2023

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Alfajor is a classic Argentina sandwich cookie. It is filled with dulce de leche and rolled in coconut. Dulce de leche is a creamy caramel confection made from milk and sugar.


Empanada that is a type of pastry can be consumed as snack or a meal. It is made with many flavor and filling. Common fillings are chicken, cheese, beef and ham. Empanadas can be fried or baked.


The Choripán is a chorizo sandwich often found as a street food. It is customary to add sauces on the bread, most likely chimichurri. This sauce is made of finely chopped parsley, minced garlic, olive oil, oregano and red wine vinegar. The dominant flavors are parsley and garlic.


Asado is a technique for grilled meat. It is also a traditional event. An asado usually consists of beef, pork, chicken, chorizo, and morcilla .


Milanesa is similar to schnitzel. The meat of veal or chicken is pounded thin then it is coated in bread crumbs and fried. It is served with potato mashes or fries and Napolitano or cheese sauce.


There are perfect pizzas in Argentina. The crust is thick, light on tomato sauce and very lot mozzarella cheese. Also they are including green olive and oregano. You can prefer whole pizza in restaurant or a slice of pizza at standing bar.


Helado is Spanish word for ice cream. It is sold by the cup, kilo or cone. The most traditional flavors are dulce de leche, chocolate, and sambayón, made from sweet wine, sugar, and egg yolks.


Provoleta is grilled Provolone cheese. It is cooked on the grill until melted and served as an appetizer with topped oregano. Provolone cheese is made from cow's milk. You can try goat's milk provoleta for acidic taste.


It's one of the national dishes of Argentina. Locro is made white corn, beef or pork, tripe and red chorizo, white beans, squash and pumpkin, cumin and bay leaf. It is often served on May 25, Argentina's May Revolution and winter days.