Posts Tagged 'Empanadas'

El Vergel

El Vergel is a lovely little (mostly) Chilean deli and cafe on Southwark Street. A big old space under a new build apartment block, it’s got a half-finished-air, make do and mend fixtures and furniture slightly at odds with the

Sabor’s South American Cuisine

One of my latest “discoveries” was Sabor, a South American restaurant on Essex Road that is only a few minutes walk from home in Islington! I have walked past Sabor countless times, but only recently did Dr G and I

Freggo

Before the cold winter comes, enjoy the last bit of sun and warmth with an authentic Argentine ice cream. Recently opened, Freggo was brought to London by Gaucho, the flagship Argentine restaurant.

Maracujá Brazilian Food

If a little comfort food is all you’re craving in a grey weekend in London, the Maracujá stalls are a safe bet. Francisco and Bruno started the family business in Brick Lane in 2007, selling typical Brasilian food, and now

Constancia

When it comes to Argentinian restaurants, the first thing you think of is succulent steaks. Constancia, which opened just over a month ago, carries on this proud tradition: steak is definitely the main attraction. The house specialty is Parrillada, grilled

A La Cruz

Recently opened in Farringdon, Central London, A La Cruz is a very traditional Argentine restaurant and a great suggestion for barbecue lovers: it’s the only place in the UK with an asador, a fire pit surrounded by metal crosses used in Argentina to cook whole sides of meat.