Topic: Sushi in Buenos Aires
Sushi in Buenos Aires,Argentina.
The intense growth of the city beside the River Plate in terms of culinary
experiences has been outstanding. The late 2001 political and economical
crisis has resulted in a positive way regarding the city's attractions,
since the new exchange rate has made of Buenos Aires a very profitable and
growing market for foreign investors.
The former UCR government staff was christened by the local press as the
Sushi group because of their chick way of living and expensive tastes. This
characterization crashed with the one the press had made of the menemist
government: pizza and champagne, a mix of sophistication and low-class
From the millenium to this part, Sushi places, bars, restaurants, pubs and
all sort of culinary experiences linked to the Japanese culture have
blossomed impressively. The alternatives for the delicate palates who enjoy
this oriental feast to the senses broaden daily range from good to
Of the many different cuisine's that my wife and I have enjoyed, the
delicious art form that is sushi is by far our favorite. And I would like to
share our culinary experiences with all netsurfers that visit this weblog.
That's why we will post up a review of each of the Sushi restaurants we eat
at, talking about food quality, ambiance, service and of course all sort of
additional tips that we find useful for the local and visitor who enjoys
good quality, perfect service and extraordinary food!
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