It is Winter in this town, cold, grey, humid. In between meetings and visiting my 'chantier', it is a no do to jump in the swimming pool. So I dine & wine.
'Osaka' in Palermo is the first place I try. It has been on my list for some time, and since I am staying just around the corner till tomorrow, this is my chance.
|Osaka: degustacion de ceviche|
I eat while watching the colorful dishes being prepared in front of my curious eye. Every bit and bite tastes heavenly.
The food is not cheap here, but worth every peso I spent.
Since I wonna try some restaurants in the 'Marcel' area, I remembered going back to 'Ichisou',
|My sushi assortment at Ichisou|
They will also tell you prices will go up to make you buy, right then and there. And indeed, prices do go up. But as long as the dollar blue remains strong, Argentina will remain, relatively, cheap, at least for us, Americans and Europeans.
Next time I am around, I will be living here. 'Shabu Shabu' on Moreno will hopefully be open then. It came highly recommended to me by a Japanese lady I met at 'El Beso' this week. And that means something !
So if you like Japanese food, then staying at the
'Marcel de Buenos Aires' is your perfect choice. 'Yuki' at equally just 7 blocks away is another highly recommended Japanese gourmet temple too.
ALL OF THESE* ARE 6 BLOCKS MAX FROM "THE MARCEL" :
"Osaka", Soler 5608, Buenos Aires www.osaka.com.pe
"Ichisou", Venezuela 2145, BA *
"Yuki", Pasco 740, BA *
"Shabu Shabu" or "Nipponbashi", Moreno 2095, BA *