Behind Closed Doors: Ilatina

(Photo by sean dreilinger)

Finding Colombian food in Buenos Aires was not so easy, and probably still isn’t, unless you’ve heard of Villa Crespo’s closed door restaurant I Latina. This new addition to the Porteño scene was created by Colombian brothers Santiago and Camilo Macías, who are making a name for themselves with their colorful 5 step tasting menus.  Each week their menu changes and the flavor of each dish brings out some aspect of Latin American cuisine, with a strong Colombian influence.

The restaurant is set in a beautiful old renovated house in Villa Crespo and is open from Tuesdays to Saturdays for dinner. Reservations must be made in advance. More information here.   4857- 9095.

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