LIKE ANY MODERN METROPOLIS, CUISINES DERIVED FROM IMMIGRANT CULTURES ARE ALIVE AND KICKING IN BUENOS AIRES. Dive into kitsch, Italian-style pizza or Peruvian fusion, not forgetting delectable dry-aged steaks thrown in for good measure.
From the man who introduced Buenos Aires to high-end Peruvian cuisine in the shape of Osaka comes Mullu, the latest culinary masterpiece from chef José Castro Mendivil. Knock on the door and be welcomed with a hearty ‘Rimaykullayki’ – a greeting in the Quechua language – before sinking into a banquette in this hip and intimate space for 40.
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Ph: Jocelyn Mandryk