Only an hour from the city center of Buenos Aires was this river paradise- so calm, beautiful and soothing for our souls..
We had the best lunch at the Parrilla El Obrero- true local style in the middle of an area with nothing else around but industrial buildings so we first thought we were on the wrong way..being kidnapped by our taxi driver but once there it was so worth the thrill of the ride..
There’s nothing fancy about El Obrero but the walls are covered with posters, pictures and flags of their beloved Boca Juniors which makes it feel really welcoming and the waiters were quite hilarious..
I loved the Chorizo steak with a roquefort cheese on top and a glass of Malbec- can all my lunches please be like this..
I fell in love in the cute café Oui Oui- Amazing yogurt with Granola and the best eggs Benedict I’ve had in a long time.
(They have 2 cafés in the same block in Palermo and both were as good!)
Bar 6 was another great spot for breakfast with amazing juices in a really cool industrial space with vintage furniture and a cozy terrace.
One good thing with our rooftop being invaded by construction workers from morning to night was that we were allowed access to the Oasis clubhouse instead- pool and parties every day of the week..
A bit comical that our first brunch in town ended up to be at the Scandinavian restaurant Olsen. I was not really craving smoked salmon when in Buenos but it was a really nice place that I recommend- more for the place with the amazing patio rather then the food which I thought was only ok- they had translated one of my favorite dishes Biff Rydberg into a steak with green salad so I was a bit disappointed..