Heading to Argentinian capital Buenos Aires will delight all foodies--this place has so many amazing dishes that defines their culture and creativity of its people. Hee are five dishes that you simply must not miss.
Steak. According to Metro, Argentina belongs to the top meat consumers with its high number of excess cattle. Also, the locals wants their barbecue cooked on coal. It is cooked longer than any other places to achieve a smokier taste. If you're on a hunt for the authentic steak, try a vintage restaurant popular with the locals, Boldegons.
Choripan. If you're looking for an authentic Argentinian snack, Choripan is a must try. This one's basically spicy chorizo in a bun--it can easily be found in most parillas and it is considered as the only street food in Argentina.
Empanada. This is a hearty Spanish pastry filled with meat and other ingredients depending on the regions of Argentina. According to the Culture Trip, a must try is the Antigua Carpinacci, which serves high quality seasonal empanadas and also has an authentic Buenos Aires ambiance. Pizzeria Guerrin is also highly recommended for its easy atmosphere and is popular for serving one of the best empanadas for more than 80 years.
Malbec. Malbec is a wine variety originating from South West France and Argentina. It is highly produced in Mendoza making Argentina the main producer in the world. If you're looking for a taste of authentic Malbec, Sucre is a must visit.
Dulce de Leche. Dulce de Leche is popular for its incomparable sweet taste. It is a type of caramel that is mostly combined with any pastry, ice cream or even drinks. It can be easily found anywhere in Buenos Aires.
Food plays a vital role in representing what a place can offer. The delicious taste would definitely encourage a person to visit the place where it came from. Buenos Aires offers a variety that would make you want to pay a visit!