One big reason to go to Argentina is the food. If you need a foodie crash course, the obvious starting place is the capital, Buenos Aires. Here, every street vendor turns out empanadas so fresh they’re still sizzling when you take your first bite and no-name restaurants serve up life-changing steaks.
The latest addition to our list of must-try spots? Bengal Deli at CasaSur Bellini Hotel. The newly opened space is easy and unselfconscious. The food is fine gastronomy without being finicky.
Located in the heart of Palermo, Bengal Deli pays tribute to neighborhood traditions but adds a Bengladeshi twist. Tender homemade pasta sits alongside aromatic curries and just-caught seafood dishes on the menu.
It’s a crowd-pleaser for lunch after a morning of gallery hopping, and our choice for a relaxed dinner. Go for the food, and stay for the service. It’s one of those rare spots where you’ll be treated like a regular instantly. It’s dressed-up yet totally approachable. Bellini is calling this new concept “high kitchen.” We’re convinced!
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-The JG Black Book Team