Although the Spanglish verb lunchear has long formed part of the porteño vocabulary, it now needs to budge up and make room for brunchear, an Argentina food trend which has burst onto the scene – and probably popped a few seams as well, given the number of eateries which have mushroomed to serve up brunch of late. Buenos Aires does offer Argentine twists on classic American, English, and even Scandinavian midday meals.

Although foreigners and porteños have been saying Sí Sí to Palermo Hollywood’s Oui Oui, for years, a host of bars, cafés, hotels and restaurants have upped the ante, and dare I say it, are serving up more delicious Eggs Benedict than our original French friend.

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