Category Archives: Brunch

Eating Highlights Summer BA | Dec + Jan 2013 | The Lost Asian

I came back from traveling a few days ago. Happy to to unload our luggages on our living room floor, pack things away good, and getting back to the good ol’ routine of working- and eating something delicious. Highlights Filo’s thin crunchy pizza, savoy toppings, and bubbling cheese. And of course who doesn’t love the […]

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Le Pain Quotidien | Arrival of the Belgium bakery in Palermo | Croissants

Le Pain Quotidien Jerónimo Salguero 3075, Palermo, Buenos Aires Good Morning, Happy Sunday, and if you’re still in bed reading this- get dressed now and mosey on over.  A little bird who knew my undying love to butter, breakfasts, and croissants revealed to me about this hot spot that just opened two weeks shy- […]

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Voluez Bar | Sticky Warm Medialunas | Palermo

Voluez Bar Cerviño 3801, Palermo, Buenos Aires 4802 4817 Sticky, warm, fluffy medialunas. Just the sound of that just got me to turn off the stove, un-crack those eggs and suggested the idea of going out for breakfast. A ridiculous notion as some people out there might very well murder us for our packs […]

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Hierbabuena | Jugs of Juices and Salads | San Telmo

Hierbabuena  Caseros, Av. 454, San Telmo, Buenos Aires 4362 2542 Anyone who comes across the street of Caseros will fall in love with this part of San Telmo: scenic, quiet, clean, cobblestones, non-existing car pollution, and the undeniably delicious grub at one of the two fabulous eateries that all local expatriates love- Caseros and Hierbabuena. I have yet […]

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Malvon | Picturseque Cafe Buenos Aires | The Lost Asian

Malvón Cafe Serrano 789, Villa Crespo, Buenos Aires 4774 2563 I really want to love this place. Everyone who talks to me about brunching will no doubt mention Malvon: their popover, little freebies on the side, eggs benedict, breakfast pastries; even for just stopping in for a coffee, their lemon tart, and fist size homemade […]

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