Embark on a toothsome adventure with our Argentina food tours, where every bite tells a story of the country’s unique mix of indigenous and European heritage. Delight your taste buds as you savor Argentine staples such as asado (grilled meat), empanada (meat pasty), and dulce de leche (sweet spread) in the heart of Buenos Aires. Wander through the acclaimed vineyards of Mendoza and indulge in the world’s finest Malbec paired with a sirloin or a flank steak flavored with Argentina’s favorite chimichurri sauce. Or relish the succulent flavors of seafood on your trip to Patagonia. Let our expert guides lead you through the gastronomic landscape of Argentina, from family-run eateries to street food vendors to world-class restaurants.
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Embark on a delightful gastronomic adventure with our top Northwest Argentina food tours, focusing on the exquisite dishes of Argentina. Delight in traditional food unique to this region, such as the hearty Locro stew and mouthwatering empanadas.
Indulge in the cocoa paradise of Bariloche, where chocolate takes center stage. Our exclusive food tours in Bariloche Argentina will lead you through artisanal chocolate shops and sweet confectioneries, where you will learn the art of chocolate-making and taste a variety of luscious treats.
Experience Argentina’s culinary soul in Buenos Aires and master asado and chimichurri in hands-on culinary workshops.
Discover Cordoba’s vibrant culinary scene at Mercado Norte and Paseo de las Artes. Engage with friendly vendors and explore unique ingredients, and get inspired for your Argentine culinary creations.
Join one of our Argentina food tours that will take you through the charming Patagonian highlands that also produce exquisite Malbec and Pinot Noir besides Mendoza, the country’s wine capital.
Travel Tips for Argentina Food Tours
For the best Argentina wine tour experience, plan your trip during the harvest season (February to April), and don’t miss the Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia in March, a celebration of wine in Mendoza.
Carry cash to pay for your food at smaller eateries and markets in Argentina, as credit cards may not always be accepted.
Tipping is customary (around 10 percent of the bill), but check if it is already included in your bill.
Try regional specialties with an open mind and mouth during Argentina food tours.
If you have signed up for a cooking workshop or a guided Argentina food tour, get to the place where you are supposed to be on time.
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