Our meal at Quimbobo
One of the things I really miss about Los Angeles is the variety of food we get there. When we decide to eat, we start with “What type of food do you want to eat? Japanese? Mexican? Italian? Thai? Indian?” and etc. It’s pretty normal to be able to enjoy cuisine from around the world. The great thing is, because of all the immigrants in the city, the food is pretty true to its origin. Here in Buenos Aires, it’s tough to find this variety. If you are willing to pay foreigner prices, you can get a bunch of hip and delicious restaurants in the Palermo area. If you are living here like a normal citizen, the variety stays pretty narrow if you want to eat out: Pasta, pizza, empanadas, fries and steak. This time around, I am trying to live my life more like a resident here, which could get tough sometimes. Other than the food that Delia and I cook at home, I’m lacking the assortment of flavors that I am accustomed to.
Sunday being the first day off, it’s really decompression day. Claudia and I decided to hang out and head out for some good food. We ended up going to Quimbombo which is located on Costa Rica 4562 at the Plaza in Palermo Soho. I’ve been staring at their menu for awhile now as I’ve passed it several times. Continue reading