Food Tour Buenos Aires
Food Tour Buenos Aires takes place in the capital of Argentina. Buenos Aires is known for its famous steak and wine. Asado, a traditional Argentine barbecue, is a staple in the city and features juicy cuts of meat cooked over an open flame, accompanied by chimichurri sauce. Additionally, visitors should try empanadas, a type of pastry filled with a variety of ingredients such as cheese, meat, or vegetables, and provoleta, a type of melted cheese often served as a starter or snack.
Buenos Aires is also known for its Italian and Spanish influence, with a wide variety of pasta and seafood dishes available. With its abundant options and rich culinary heritage, Buenos Aires is the perfect destination for food lovers looking to experience the best of Argentine cuisine and Food Tour Buenos Aires is the best way to do experience this culinary city.
Why a food tour in Buenos Aires?
The food of Buenos Aires is unique, as well as each tour. In each activity, food, learning and good vibes are guaranteed.
Buenos Aires is a great mix of cultures and that is reflected in its food. During the tour you will learn what influences this city has.
Meeting new people is always nice and much better if you are sharing or cooking delicious Argentine food.
Food tours in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires food tour
Price: 85 USD
Buenos Aires Food Tour makes you see this culinary city from a different perspective.
Live cooking & meat tasting experience
Price: 70 USD
Experience the Argentine tradition of Asado in a modern setting at Fogon steakhouse.
Buenos Aires cooking class
Price: 85 USD
Buenos Aires Cooking Class gives you a taste of Argentina’s cuisine with this dining experience.
Buenos Aires wine tasting
Price: 65 USD
This experience is dine with a small group of just 8 people or fewer and an experienced sommelier as your guide.
Buenos Aires wine tasting in Gamboa vineyard
Price: 149 USD
Argentina is famous for its Malbec wines, but you don’t have to visit the vineyards of Mendoza to enjoy an authentic wine tasting.
Premium steak experience in Buenos Aires
Price: 150 USD
With this culinary tour, you will experience an authentic Buenos Aires asado as you help prepare the feast.
Tango show & delicious dinner in Buenos Aires
Price: 95 USD
Enjoy fine dining, Argentine wine and a spectacular tango show at the Astor Piazzolla Theatre.
Gaucho day tour ranch from Buenos Aires
Price: 159 USD
Venture into the wild Argentinian pampas and experience gaucho life on a traditional ranch.
Buenos Aires food
Typical food of Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, the great capital next to the Atlantic Ocean. This wonderful city is the home of empanadas, beef, gauchos and tango. Many people claim to have eaten the best piece of meat in this city. The meat served in restaurants in Buenos Aires is of excellent quality and extremely tender. For many years Buenos Aires was a world power due to cattle raising, this economic activity has turned them into excellent ranchers, so for the preparation of their meat they do not need anything more than salt.
Something very typical, in addition to beef, are dishes with an Italian influence such as empanadas, pizza with plenty of cheese, and pasta. Visiting Buenos Aires is like being for a moment in a piece of Europe, a very interesting feeling right in the south of America.
The best dishes of Buenos Aires
Barbecue of different meats and sausages
Chunks of cheese, salami, ham, olives and bread
Bean, pumpkin, corn and potato stew
Empanadas with meat, onion, olives and paprika
Pork sausage with bread
Buenos Aires food history
Buenos Aires’ food culture has its roots in the indigenous traditions of the region’s original inhabitants, such as the Guarani and Querandi tribes. They relied heavily on hunting, fishing, and gathering for their food, and used ingredients such as corn, beans, squash, and potatoes in their meals. One of the most popular indigenous dishes still enjoyed in Buenos Aires today is locro, a hearty stew made with corn, beans, meat, and vegetables.
Spanish influence in Buenos Aires food
In the 16th century, the Spanish arrived in Buenos Aires and brought with them their culinary traditions. They introduced new ingredients such as beef, dairy, and wine, as well as spices like oregano and paprika. The fusion of Spanish and indigenous cuisine gave birth to new dishes, such as empanadas (meat-filled pastries) and asado (grilled meats), which are now an integral part of Buenos Aires’ food culture. The city is also known for its pizza and pasta, which were brought over by Italian immigrants in the late 19th century.
Buenos Aires food in the modern times
In recent years, Buenos Aires’ food scene has undergone a renaissance, with chefs embracing the city’s diverse culinary traditions and putting their own modern spin on classic dishes. The city is now home to many top-notch restaurants and gastropubs, showcasing everything from traditional Argentine cuisine to fusion cuisine that blends flavors from around the world. Additionally, street food continues to be an important part of Buenos Aires’ food culture, with vendors selling choripan (sausage sandwich) and helado (ice cream) on nearly every street corner.