Maria Antonieta

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A delicious purée of roasted squash with a fresh red onion and caper relish was served with the bread basket

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Ice cold frappe of ginger, lemon and mint

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Roasted eggplant with tomato, buratta and herbs

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The burger was served with a crescenza like cheese, buttery and flakey bun that was lighter than air, a chutney made of sultanas and caramelized onions and fresh arugula

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2 thoughts on “Maria Antonieta”

  • The food here may have been the best we tasted in Argentina just based on creativity and care for hard to find ingredients. Sure the beef at the parillas we mention surpassed anything these chefs have experienced, but this cafe has a very real place in our hearts (and our stomachs).

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