Mixed cuisine in a foreign place
Just like last week, we look at food that is not local but is still delicious and will tantalize your palate.Today we have on offer something that is different from the typically expected local grilled meats, hence comes an expansion into different zones, everyone wants to expand their palates from time to time right?
So we look at Nobiro Izakaya, sort of like a tapas bar but this place is Japanese and they have great food along that list of drinks. Nobiru was a place ruined by the Tsunami, and perhaps in honour of the place and its people the owners picked the name to mean resiliency, coming through the rubble.
At lunch their isn’t much focus on drinking but dinner is different. Lunch service provides small tapas style(small) plates of food, and even a three course compo with appetizers like tozu with a ponzu sauce, or a sprout and shichimi dish that is greatly seasoned.Their harumaki, similar to springrolls are a delicious choice, far from greasy with a winning combination of fillings.
Many Japanese restaurants in Buenos Aires seem to lack the Ramen noodles on the menu for whichever reason, but here they have it in all its glory. The Tonkastu ramen is one of the main dishes available, and it mean pork bone broth. The broth is well made, with depth of flavor and a sufficient portion filled with noodles, and other vegetables. Seeing as there are many options for this type of food, its nice to see a new addition with well made meals and a happy price.
Perhaps try out the dinner service, which is different but surely well made as well, if you’re looking for a different type of experience or simply more drinking.