Al Buen Tallarin I remain on a bit of a fine dining tear at the moment, not least because South America’s restaurants are very reasonably priced making top-end dining highly accessible. However, I still find the need to eat rather more simply pretty often. Across my time in Santiago and Buenos Aires I’ve been hunting …

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Rondo I haven’t been writing much about breakfast on this trip because I haven’t been eating much of it. With hapahazard travel schedules, I’ve favoured sleeping late and having early lunches. However, I got my meal pattern completely out of whack by eating about a kilo of meat at Don Julio at my first major …

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Don Julio Buenos Aires! After an inauspicious start experiencing the ghastly creation that Argentinians think is pizza at a much-vaunted place called Guerrin – comfortably the worst food I’ve eaten on the trip – I hoped for rather better fare at the well regarded Don Julio parrilla. By well regarded, it is considered by many …

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La Calma Having done such a splendid job in recommending Les Dix Vins, I decided once more to put my faith in regular guest quester Frances’ recommendations with a lunchtime visit to La Calma. A seafood specialist, I was keen to see what they had on offer. While Santiago is inland, it’s not far from …

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Boragó I hadn’t particularly meant for this trip to feature quite so much fine dining, but when I accidentally stumbled upon Restaurant Tim Raue in Berlin, the game of trying to explore some of his fellow members of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants was afoot. After the sublime Attica, the bar was set pretty high …

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