The gastronomic route of the G20 leaders

Despite the tight schedules, several leaders toured the city to taste the cuisine of Buenos Aires There are few things as Argentine as the barbecue, and Angela Merkel knows it. The German chancellor visited the renowned grill of Palermo, Don Julio.
The Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, made the most complete gastronomic tour and visited the San Telmo Market, a bar called La Licorería and ended up in another well-known grill in Palermo, La Cabrera. Both French President Emmanuel Macron, his then-Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte visited the grill Las Lilas Cabins.
The charismatic Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, decided to visit a somewhat more hipster and trendy place. Anafe BA may be the least recognized location on the list. Located on an eighth floor overlooking the Flea Market, this restaurant behind closed doors received the president and Sophie, his wife, after the closure of the Summit

Theresa May arrived with her entourage on the grill Happening in Puerto Madero. Gastón Riveira, owner of the renowned grill La Cabrera in Palermo, was hired to cook some of his cuts of meat to the first heir of Saudi Arabia Mohammed Ben Salman.

Máxima Zorreguieta, the queen of Holland, surprised residents of the Recoleta neighborhood after the gala in the Colon opera house when she entered into the well known Freddo Shop to enjoy a tasty ice-cream sitting on the sidewalk.

 

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Esther A. Faus
I’m born here in Buenos Aires, I love this amazing city and my country and when I’m going through to find new destinations and places it makes me happy to see how beautiful Argentina is.

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