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“Great food, history, and fun!”

Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires
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Owner description: Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires takes you on a walking food tour of traditional restaurants in the city to taste delicious food and wine and learn about the cuisine, culture and daily life of Argentina.
Reviewed July 23, 2013

My husband, 9 year old son, and I were just in Buenos Aires and this tour was one of the highlights of the trip! We were in the city during the slow season, so we had David and Santiago all to ourselves, which made it more like a fun afternoon of eating with friends in San Telmo than a tour. We started with empanadas, moved on to a parrilla that was so good we went back later in the week, and ended with ice cream that our son is still talking about. All along the way David and Santiago gave us a history of the city and an understanding of the food and wine we were enjoying. This is such a unique way to experience a city I am surprised that no one has done it before now! David then went above and beyond the call of duty. We had casually mentioned during lunch that we had dinner reservations at Il Latino, a top restaurant in B.A. When we arrived that evening the owners of the restaurant informed us that David has called ahead to let them know we were coming and had asked them to take special care of us (which they did). Service like that cannot be beat. If you love food, or you just want to experience the city in a new way, we highly recommend Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires. You will not be disappointed!!!

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Reviewed July 22, 2013

I work for a travel company and have tried out many different kinds of tour experiences. This was unique, authentic and very well organized. It was executed smoothly which is not always an easy feat in Argentina, definitely recommend it for those that want to experience something local and delicious.

Thank halliene
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Over the weekend my girlfriend and I participated in the Parrilla Tour of San Telmo. On the tour we learned all about the culture and history of the city, but most importantly shared some great foods with a nice group of people from all around the world. The amount of food given on the tour was just right. This tour has a great thing going and I wish we would have been in town long enough to do their other route in the north of the city.

Thank Rob S
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Reviewed July 20, 2013

Loved this tour of small restaurants of Buenos Aires. The foods that were picked out for us were great and each was unique and special. Nice activity to do early during your stay since you learn a lot about the country that is useful during the entire stay in Argentina .

Thank Hadley M
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Reviewed July 18, 2013

The Parrilla Tour was a fun afternoon. We met up with our guide and a few other travelers at a tiny neighborhood steakhouse where we were warmly greeted. The adventure started by trying a couple of typical streetfoods, but artisanal versions. The main stop was a parrilla that was hidden and for locals only. That was a highlight of our stay in the city. Finally we finished up at an ice cream shop where we ate the best ice cream I have ever had.

Thank Linn A
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