Category Archives: Cafes & Lunch

Celebrating Women’s Day | Las Violetas + Bar du Marche | The Lost Asian

Happy Friday, and it is also Women’s International Day !  Las Violetas Rivadavia Ave 3899, Almagro, Buenos Aires 4958 7387 This gigantic place in Almagro might be a bit far out, but for its nostalgic architecture and old-style experience it is a one-of-a-kind super special place. Go for coffees desserts and pastries- and even their regular food […]

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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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El Colmado | Chocolate Truffles | Palermo

Sunday morning and a quiet rain-soaked city.  I’m celebrating chocolate this week, and especially these chocolate truffles from El Colmado- and these are absolutely decadent. This cafe that just recently opened on Cervino with a beautiful storefront, open kitchen, crunchy tostadas and delicious ham and cheese sandwich. My patient surprised me with these truffles and […]

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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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Delicious Cafe | Favorite All-Time Cafe | Recoleta

Delicious Cafe ( Laprida 2015, Recoleta, Buenos Aires 4803 1151 These past few days of hot scorching weather, no electricity in sight, and the populating mosquito colonies buzzing around my sweaty areas has imploded me to pack my bags of spices and move to igloos and glaciers. Okay, maybe I’ve stretched that thought a bit […]

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