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Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires takes you on a walking food tour of traditional restaurants in the city to taste delicious food and wine and learn about the cuisine, culture and daily life of Argentina.
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Buenos Aires 1426, Argentina
Palermo
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+54 11 5808-9687
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Reviewed 4 days ago

First things, first: as I landed in Buenos Aires, I headed to this tour. It couldn't be a better introduction to the culture, history, people and food of Buenos Aires and Argentina. The places were for locals, the food tastings yummy and in a great...More

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BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hi Filipa, It was a pleasure to have you on the tour earlier this week, and thrilled to read you found the tour to be a fantastic experience. Germán is wonderful at introducing our guests to the cuisine and culture of Argentina, and we are...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a nice small group of about 12 people and started near the Mercado San Telmo. Worth showing up early and visiting the market to watch the butchers work their magic in cutting up the sides of cow. The tour consisted of four stops...More

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BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Thanks again for joining us on a tour in San Telmo. So glad to read you thoroughly enjoyed the food, drink and cultural experience. Our local guides like Germán make the experience extra special and memorable since they really help you understand the cuisine, traditions...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We wrapped up our trip to Buenos Aires with a great food tour on our last day. German Landa was so fun and interesting to listen to...he was very friendly and made us feel like we had the inside scoop on foods in the city....More

Thank Sandra G
BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Sandra, Thank you again for joining us on the tour and glad to read you found it to be an insightful and delicious experience. We are very lucky to have Germán on our team, as he is always enthusiastic to share his knowledge of...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

We had a great tour of the Las Cañitas area of Palermo with local guide Germán Landa. He was very friendly and informative and our conversations with him about the local area's food and history were a highlight of the trip. We enjoyed eating at...More

Thank Kathy C
BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Kathy, Thanks again for joining us on a tour. Like you mention the focus of the Parrilla Tour is to bring our guests to very traditional and local spots that you aren't going to find in your guidebook and have some of the best...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

I contacted Parrilla Tours regarding booking of tickets on a ferry from Buenos Aires to to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay, and they were extremely helpful and assisted me with making the reservations and booking the tickets. I was very pleased with this company.More

Thank Julie K
BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Julie, Glad we were able to help you out with your ferry ticket. Even though specialize in food tours of local restaurants, we occasionally assist travelers that find our blog article about ferry options to Colonia book ferry tickets since they are quite difficult...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

After arriving in Buenos Aires this morning, I called Parrilla Tour an hour before the noon Palermo tour and I was told to meet at the first stop of the tour. Met by German Landa who made the afternoon a delightful time for our small...More

Thank Larry S
BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Larry, It was a pleasure to host you on the tour and glad it worked out with your same day arrival! We always recommend that people do the Parrilla Tour as soon as possible after arriving in Buenos Aires since in just a few...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did the Parilla Tour this afternoon with my husband (who is a native of Buenos Aires). Our tour guide was German and I cannot think of a better guide to take us to some of his favorite places in Las Cañitas. We had a...More

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BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hi Sandy, Thanks again for doing the tour with us and glad to read you enjoyed it so much that you do it again, the best feedback! Like you mention, we take our guests to restaurants where the Porteños dine that have delicious homemade food...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A wonderful way to spend a few hours. Our fantastic guide Rosana taught us all we needed to know about what to order and how to order food in BA like the locals. Starting with a lovely sausage sandwhich, followed by an empanada then onto...More

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BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks again for joining us on a tour Tori! The Parrilla Tour was designed to show you some wonderful local restaurants and introduce you to the cuisine, culture and history of Argentina in just a few hours so that you better understand the country during...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The Parrilla Tour led by the thoroughly charming and informative Sr German Landa was essentially a “progressive lunch” Argentina-style thru four restaurants in the Palermo neighborhood. I think that the standard tourist (speaking for myself) might overlook local establishments and dishes like those that the...More

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BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Thanks again for coming on the Parrilla Tour! Like you mention, we focus on bringing our guests to very local and traditional restaurants that few tourists visit and that have delicious Argentine food. We know you can find the most famous restaurants of the city...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago

First of all, I would like to commend the company on how flexible & accommodating they are to their customers. My boyfriend & I booked this tour pretty last minute on the day before for our last day in Buenos Aires. I received an e-mail...More

Thank Vivian C
BuenosAiresFoodie, Owner at Parrilla Tour Buenos Aires, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Vivian, Thanks again for coming on the Parrilla Tour! We are thrilled to read you found the entire process from booking, communication and of course the tour itself to be positive. We are a small team that truly loves food and wine and want...More

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SDS0818
April 4, 2018|
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Response from BuenosAiresFoodie | Property representative |
Hi, thanks for your interest in our tours. Please visit the Parrilla Tour website to see our complete schedule and to book.
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BJDOO
November 21, 2017|
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Response from BuenosAiresFoodie | Property representative |
Thanks for your great question. Both of our tour routes have the same set of foods and focus on visiting traditional local restaurants, but the neighborhoods of Palermo and San Telmo have different feels, San Telmo being... More
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Kat S
March 6, 2017|
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Response from BuenosAiresFoodie | Property representative |
Hi Kat, Thanks for your interest in our tours. We offer our regular tour schedule year round, so we will be holding our May 1st tour assuming we have at least 2 people booked for the tour. If you have further questions... More
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