Category Archives: Belgrano

La Mas Querida | Thin Parrilla-style Pizza | Belgrano

This tiny small joint near Chinatown explodes with such friendly service, grills killer-big thin(ish) pizza right there and then, and serves some mean hot sauce along with it. If you are walking around at night, craving for something homely, crusty, filling and cheesy- walk in there with a friend or two, order a large pizza...

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Lattente + La Esperanza + La Salamandra | Cafes | The Lost Asian

A lot has been happening these past weeks, and I’m squeezing in a tight work schedule before the year ends so we have a bit of space to travel- again. I still eat lots of yummy things, so I will post a few of my favorites whenever time allows. This usually happens in a certain...

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Parrilla Marucha | Sweetbreads | Local Parrilla | The Lost Asian

Parrilla Marucha  http://www.parrillamarucha.com/menu.html 11 de Septiembre 3702 esquina Jaramillo, Nuñez (near Belgrano) , Buenos Aires 4704 5338 I can already hear my condemnation if I ever get a heart attack from the overdose of meat…”To have sinned under the names of sloth and greed, and the itch to conquer all parrillas in the city of BA,...

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El Cocoroco | Roasted Peruvian Chicken | Belgrano

El Cocoroco Olazabal 2571, Belgrano, Buenos Aires 4788 6288 http://elcocoroco.com.ar/ With my patient’s recommendation, I steered my way into the busy street of local pizzerias and supermarkets, to find this hole in the wall Peruvian place in Belgrano, known to serve a mean pollo a la brasa. Forget about causas, or ceviches- it’s about the...

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Lo de Paka | Cheap Wines Delicious Meat | Belgrano

 Lo de Paka Congreso 2011, Belgrano, Buenos Aires 4701 3857 Belgrano is a surprisingly great neighbourhood for food. You will often find parrillas and bistros in this local vicinity much cheaper then Recoleta or Palermo, with no fluffy service. This parrilla is no exception-honest service, silly cheap wine menu, great ambiance, and over the top...

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