Una Noche en Argentina
a delicious introduction to Argentinean food
- Starts 25 MarStarts 25 Mar
- 175 Schweizer FrankenCHF 175
Argentine cuisine can be described as a blend of cultures: The Spanish brought Mediterranean influences during the colonial period, and Italian immigrants then introduced their "dolce vita" during the 19th and 20th centuries. Further influences include the cultural blending of the "criollos" (due to Spanish colonizers) with the indigenous inhabitants of Argentina (such as "mate" and "humitas"). As Argentina is the country with the second most immigrants in the world (after the United States), the various immigratory waves left a large imprint on Argentine cuisine. Argentine people are famous for their hospitality and their love of eating. Social gatherings normally revolve around sharing a meal, highlights often include asado (Argentine barbecue) or pasta. Join Chef Martín for a delicious introduction of his home country... and maybe even a small tango session? snacks & welcome drink *** empanadas with roasted vegetables and garlic cream home-made chimichurri sauce pastel de papa (Argentinean shepherd's pie) humita en olla (creamy corn from the Northwest of Argentina) *** yerba mate ice cream
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