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“Buena cocina gallega de mar”
Review of Morrina Portena

Morrina Portena
Ranked #2,055 of 4,986 Restaurants in Buenos Aires
Price range: $15 - $20
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Dining options: Late Night, Reservations
Neighborhood: San Telmo
Description: Kitchen with history The Morriña porteña Restaurant, founded in 1998, is considered a Galician cuisine embassy in Argentina. In front of the kitchen is El Chef Manuel Corral Vide, born in Lugo, Galicia, Spain, and declared Outstanding Personality of Culture by the Legislature of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires in 2014. Morrina CURRENTLY porteña is located in the San Telmo neighborhood, in the historic center of the city, and Sumo traditional dishes of Galicia and other regions of Spain, Buenos Aires typical culinary recipes, including grilled meats. His cradle was a conventillo The prestigious restaurant esta installed next to the Mercado de San Telmo (open since 1897), in a building whose main floor of a albergo to A typical tenements built in 1919. Surely in Your Community Kitchen miles Immigrant exchanged recipes, the merger was that natural THEN Base porteña real kitchen. Over the years, in the same building they had their ateliers Various artists. Those who come porteña Morrina one can enjoy original artwork, old photographs of people and places of the Old Buenos Aires, and Immigration. Also they will appreciate a huge vitreaux UN crowning Private lounge, and revel in a courtyard garden with classic checkerboard floor of the early twentieth century, sunroof, and bar Enjoy brewed beer and the classic Spanish tapas. A place, in short, ideal to enjoy a tasty traditional meal author, surrounded by decorative Where there are locals steaks (considered by UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site), the work of neighborhood artists are missing. The letter In the letter porteña Morrina coexist typical dishes of Galicia, Like the octopus, Galician pie, Hake Galician, marine boilers, raxo, fried sardines, With rice in paella Valencia, cochifrito of Salamanca, Catalan escalivada , Andalusian fried fish and a variety of casseroles. Its famous omelets (11), varieties and grilled seafood. There are dishes with lamb, rabbit, frogs, snails. Loins the mushroom or wrapped in pancetta. Beef sausage, rump steak with fries on horseback, the Creole steak, steak with peppers and pancetta. Breaded Neapolitan and Other locals classics. Homemade desserts Where there's Tarta de Santiago Missing, French toast, rice pudding or bread pudding, custards and puddings Alongside. A menu for The Melting Pot entender of the argentinidad emerged.
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