When you think of Argentina a few things probably jump to the forefront of your mind, and two of those things are likely red meat and red wine. In reality, there are so many traditional Argentine dishes to try and they have a sweet tooth rivaled by no other.
Argentina may surprise you as a foodie destination.
European immigration to Buenos Aires brought dishes that have evolved into Argentine versions of their original selves. Indigenous cultures in the Northwest offer some of the country’s best cuisines, with spices and grains little used in the rest of Argentina. In Patagonia try trout and lamb and in the Northeast experience Guarani influenced dishes.
Here are all of my posts about the foods to try in Argentina, I hope you’re hungry!
All about one of the most popular dining experiences in Buenos Aires.
All about Yerba Mate in Argentina from how to expertly prepare your own to where to try it Buenos Aires.
An honest review of Fogón Asado’s 8 course asado experience.
An honest review of Asado Adventure, your ticket to an authentic Argentine asado in Buenos Aires.
The best food tours in Buenos Aires from parrilla tours to cooking classes.
How to make traditional Argentine flan mixto, just like abuela used to make.
The best restaurants for king crab in Ushuaia and tips for visiting an authentic fishing village.
The most traditional Buenos Aires food experiences from artisanal ice cream to historic cafes.
The most popular foods in Argentina, a country famous for its red wine and red meat, go beyond the meat and eat like a local.
A full guide to ice cream in Argentina, the history, the best flavors, and where to taste the best ice cream in Buenos Aires.
Quench your thirst with these traditional Argentine drinks ranging from a communal yerba mate to a glass of Malbec.
A complete guide on how to eat the best steak in Buenos Aires from vocabulary, how to order, what to order and the best Buenos Aires steakhouses.
the most decadent, traditional desserts in Argentina that everyone with a sweet tooth must try once in their life.
A guide for a self-guided Pizza Crawl down Avenida Corrientes to taste the best pizza in Buenos Aires, from Guerrin to Cuartetas.