EL QUERANDI-dinner show with transfer
- Roundtrip transfers from downtown hotels, Recoleta and Palermo.
- 3-step dinner
I. Antipasto Argentino: Raw ham, tybo cheese, gruyere, salame, salamin, pate, bondiola, olives, aubergines when pickled.
II. Salad San Telmo: Green leaves, bocconcinos, cherry tomatoes, toasted seeds, olives
III. Baked Creole Empanadas: Lamb, loin and chicken
IV. Soup Cream of the Day
V. Humita Norteña: Corn, onion, bell pepper, basil, dried tomatoes, garlic and olive oil
SAW. Milanese of Muzzarella
VII. Cheese Soufle
I. Sorrentinos of Roasted Pumpkin, ricotta and mozzarella: sauce of fresh peas and thyme
II. Pappardelle Homemade Spinach: Sautéed in olive oil, baked garlic, dried tomatoes and caramelized walnuts
III. Crispy Vegetable Risotto: Carnaroli rice, Parmesan cheese, saffron and vegetables
IV. Vermichellis in Pomodoro sauce
V. Argentine Fishing with roasted lemons: With crispy vegetables
SAW. Breast stuffed with semi-hard cheese and saffron room with caramelized sweet potatoes and pilaf rice
VII. Grilled bird Palliard with Pumpkin Pure
VIII. Traditional Bife de Chorizo: Grille. With omelet of potatoes, onions, peppers and vegetables olive
IX. Typical Argentine potato cake: potato, loin and mushrooms, cream, parmesan, onion and morrón
X. Patagonian Lamb and Mushroom Casserole: With tomatoes, carrots, eggplants, onions, morrón and potatoes
XI. Grilled pork slaughterhouse: With crocoli sandwiches and mashed potatoes
II. Catalan cream
III. Traditional dessert "Vigilante"
IV. Fruit salad
V. Classic Floating Island
SAW. Homemade Tiramisu with Coffee Sauce
VII. Ice Creams
- Drinks: free alcohol and free beer and half a bottle of house wine
- Tango show
The Querandi is an old house from 1920 completely restored, located in the neighborhood of San Telmo, in the historic case of the city. There you can enjoy authentic tango dancers, accompanied by live musicians and singers and a dinner in an intimate and traditional atmosphere
The history of Tango and Buenos Aires, its characters and circumstances from 1900 to the present.
Orchestral show in Period Blocks: Origins and First Age (1900), Immigrants and exiles (1920), Golden Age (1930), Salons and milongas (1940), Renovation and Modernism (1960).
Enjoy an international menu with 35 options and an excellent show of typical and native tango.
With 11 artists on stage. The unmistakable voices of Carlos Gari and Gabriel Mores.
An acoustic quartet playing live all night and 4 excellent dance couples.