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ArgenThai Night!

Those of you that follow our facebook page will know that we plan on running various themed nights in our downstairs restaurant, we have currently run trial nights with Peruvian food and Mexican but last week, it was time to run a trial of our highly anticipated Thai night! Being half Thai, and having a … Continue reading

Update on the new building!

Just to give everyone a brief update on where we are in the new building, our bar is well on its way to being completed as we speak! The builders are in and constructing the shelves behind our amazing stone walled bar that will hold all of our glasses, spirits and mixers. The LCD TV … Continue reading

How much love is in your yerba?

You know what they say about homemade food and that you can tell how much love has gone into it by the taste? Well, the same goes for yerba mate. Mass-produced yerba mate is nothing compared to yerba mate produced in the traditional way, which involves time, love and care. There are several issues here. … Continue reading

Traditional Argentine Food #1 – The Empanada

Right now I’m not sure there is a more symbolic Latin American starter than the empanada, and while popular in Chile, Brazil and the other countries, it’s within Argentina that the empanada has really come into its own, with more variations on its fillings than anywhere else. For those who don’t know an empanada is … Continue reading