The people here obliged my odd request with our accompanying tour guides Maria Julia's and Rodrigo's help. I was not feeling well by this evening, following my glutened lunch (gluten not intentionally consumed). The food everyone else received looked safe though I did not eat their menu offerings. Everyone's plate looked ample and delicious for meat-eaters. Meat is their specialty and fills a very large portion of the dinner plate. Argentinian grass-fed beef is world famous, very tender and delicious usually. A vegetarian diet is more restrictive. I asked for a few small boiled potatoes but could not eat the dry, overcooked potatoes they brought me. The banana and apple pieces served me well. I read online that they had fixed a wonderful Gluten-Free lunch for one reviewer. Our group dined in a separate building across the street from the El Viejo Almacen show.
The Tango Show was superbly professional, with its costumes, music, singing, lights and variety of works and flirting, handsome dancers. Exciting and just outstanding. Drinks were served at the show.
To read more about this trip, visit http://glutenfreeglobetrotter.com/2013/05/20/guest-post-glimpse-of-south-america-part-1