Coffee & Drinks in Buenos Aires Although Santiago was close to being my favourite city stop so far, it didn’t seem to have much in the way of speciality coffee, at least not in the neighbourhoods of its sprawling metropolis that I visited. It was therefore a blessing to discover that Buenos Aires seemed to …

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Roux It turned out that I had time for a leisurely lunch ahead of my flight to Lima, so with Buenos Aires bidding me farewell with a beautiful spring day I took a relaxed stroll towards the same neighbourhood where I’d dined at Oviedo the night before. It had looked smart and full of likely …

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Juana M I’d had a pretty relaxed time in Buenos Aires. I did a fair amount of wandering in the pleasant warmth of the afternoons but nothing had been done at anything beyond a leisurely stroll. As I neared the end of my time in the city I wondered whether I’d done rather too little …

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Oviedo Having dined in highly disappointing fashion at much-vaunted Tegui the night before – I will spare you the details – I was keen for my final dinner in the city to be somewhere pretty simple and welcoming. I went against convention by choosing a seafood place, Oviedo, on Beruti. Prior to that I went …

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Mishiguene It’s 22 hours since I sat down to lunch at Mishiguene and I’m still full. Rarely have I been so voluminously fed or has a clichĂ© – of the Jewish being feeders – been so comprehensively reinforced. I believe Mishiguene translates as something like a crazy and that could definitely be used to describe …

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