Food and Wine Tours of Buenos Aires
As one of the most energetic cities in the world, Buenos Aires is a veritable haven for foodies. Featuring many of the top restaurants in both Argentina and the world, there is a vast array of different restaurants and menus to choose from. The traditional fare for most is the ubiquitous steak and glass of Malbec, but Buenos Aires also caters to a whole host of other tastes and palates. One of the must do activities while here is to participate in a cooking class, where you will learn to cook a traditional Argentinian meal in an interactive dining experience. Another of the more popular dining activities in Buenos Aires is to head to a traditional tango evening which involves a superb meal and one of the traditional shows. If you are willing to give it a try, you can even learn to dance the Tango with a professional instructor. Another great way to spend an evening out or an afternoon in Buenos Aires it to get involved in a group wine tasting and discover delicious Argentinian boutique wines.
Get a taste of Argentina's local cuisine with this 3.5-hour interactive dining experience in Buenos Aires, in which you will also learn how to master the art of correctly closing empanadas before sitting down to a meal of authentic Argentine cuisine, paired with four boutique wines. Numbers are limited to 14, which ensures a small-group experience. This unique interactive dining experience starts with your arrival at the location, at which point you'll receive a Malbec wine-based cocktail and meet your fellow foodie travelers. If you opt for the extra mixology option, learn how to make wine-based cocktails under the guidance of a sommelier and mixologist. Enter the "aroma room" to test your olfactory senses, learning how to identify wine based on its smell with the guidance of a sommelier. Accompanied by gourmet appetizer pairings, you'll learn to create wine-based cocktails using red wine, white wine and rose. Then, choose your favorite and mix yourself a large glass to take to dinner with you. Suit up in an apron and chef hat, and then learn how to close traditional Argentine empanadas using different 'repulga' techniques. After, sit down to a dinner consisting of food from all four corners of the country, including bife de lomo, arguably Argentina's best steak. The food served varies, but might include famous culinary exports like chorizo and grilled provoleta cheese, and is paired expertly with four varietals of wine. Finish by learning how to make your own mate, a traditional tea drink that has its own ritual, etiquette, and history and also the country's most popular drink, which you'll enjoy with alfajores, the typical Argentine dessert. Vegetarian and salmon options are available but you must advise at time of booking if required and Portuguese option are only available on Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
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Enjoy a unique, private, and carefully planned cooking lesson in Buenos Aires! Join this fun and private cooking class where you will be preparing a menu with other participants and Saul, the Executive Chef, in his own beautiful & cozy kitchen. The menu will include an appetizer, a main dish and dessert. You will be able to choose from a traditional local menu, an Italian cuisine porteno style menu and also vegetarian, vegan and gluten free menus. A regular menu consists of beef empanadas, starting from scratch and prepared in a contemporary style (lighter, healthier but just as tasty), a veal, mushrooms and red wine stew for the main and a delicious Dulce de Leche and rum semifreddo for dessert. Classes start at 10.30am or 7pm. The whole experience lasts approximately 4 hours and includes a private dinner of what you have just created accompanied with good local wine. You will learn, you will enjoy and you will keep this amongst the best memories of your stay here in Buenos Aires! Children must be accompanied by an adult and you must advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking.
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Spend 2 hours tasting local Argentinian boutique wines in a subterranean wine cellar with a small group of just 8 people or fewer and an experienced english and spanish speaking sommelier as your guide to learn about varietals such as Torrontes and Malbec. Make your way to Miravida wine cellar, located in trendy Palermo Soho. Meet your sommelier guide and fellow wine-loving travelers before getting down to sipping the local wines. Each tasting session is limited to just 8 people to ensure an intimate experience and personalized attention from your guide. Taste local boutique wines, including representative examples of the varietals that Argentina is known for: Malbec and Torrontes. Pair your wine tasting with appetizers and small bites. You'll have the opportunity to take notes and ask questions. Children may attend but must be over 18 to consume alcohol.
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Enjoy a private and participate 4-hours cooking lesson and an authentic and exclusive 1-hour tango class, both given by renowned professionals. Take advantage of this unique opportunity in Buenos Aires. The cooking class includes preparing an entry, main dish and dessert, and can be adapted to your preferences or restrictions: vegetarian, vegan, kosher, halal, gluten free, lactose intolerance, etc. Dishes are then tested and accompanied by a good local wine. A regular menu consists of beef empanadas, starting from scratch and prepared in a contemporary style (lighter, healthier but just as tasty), a veal, mushrooms and red wine stew for the main and a delicious Dulce de Leche and rum semifreddo for dessert. We are sure you will retain this experience as a great reminder of your stay in Buenos Aires! Please advise any specific dietary requirements (vegetarian) at time of booking.
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