Quién es el salteño que trabaja en el mejor restaurante del mundo: “Después del verano la idea era estudiar derecho”

(La Nación) Aunque su abuelo tuvo por poco tiempo un restaurante y su madre vendió tortas entre las que se destacaba su mousse de limón, esa pizca gastronómica lentamente guio a Bernabé, criado en Salta capital, hacia los hornillos. A los 18 años, las intenciones profesionales del joven le llevaron por el camino del diseño […]

Local Bites: the best places to eat and drink in Buenos Aires

(Lonely Planet) While the Argentinian capital is still revered for its impressive number of top-notch parrillas (steakhouses), the food and drink scene in Buenos Aires has boomed over the past decade. From contemporary bodegas and trendy bistros to new wine joints and award-winning cocktail bars, Buenos Aires is becoming the star of the gastronomy world. Michelin published its first […]

Garden variety

(Monocle) Elephant ear plants and towering palm trees frame this 40-seater in the Argentine capital. Opened in November 2023, it’s tucked away in the Andalusian gardens of the Museo Fernández Blanco. Most of the tables are outside with the rest in a greenhouse designed by architect Elizabeth da Coba. For the rest of this please […]

Peru’s wave runners

(Mondes) One theory behind the birth of surfing suggests that Peruvians have been hanging 10 for some three millennia, yet it’s only in recent years that success on the world stage has begun to shine a spotlight on Lima’s swells. While indigenous fishermen would surf over rollers with their day’s spoils atop their elegant caballitos de […]

Michelin reveals Argentina’s first guide

(Decanter) Argentina now houses a nascent constellation of Michelin-star restaurants including six one-star, seven green-star, and a unicorn two-star establishment, after the gastronomy guide released its first report on the South American country. A total of 71 establishments made the cut in the Michelin Guide Buenos Aires & Mendoza 2024, with Aramburu, located in the capital’s […]