When we talk about Uruguayan cuisine, we are talking not only about the traditional flavours and tastes that are classic for the country and for South America in general, but we are talking also about a lot of international influence. That is right, the traditional and most popular menus in Uruguay will include a lot of fusion twists, while the more influential receipts in the country come from Italy and Spain. While beef is one of the most well-loved ingredients for delicious dishes in the country, there is a truly spectacular diversity and variety of extra tasty and mouth-watering dishes and main courses that will suit everyone’s desires and preferences. When it comes to prices, there are many restaurant options in the country too, everything varying from pretty luxurious and expensive places to the more settled and budget-friendly ones. From fine dining to some finger-licking good street food, you are guaranteed to enjoy your culinary experiences in Uruguay. Browse our page to learn more about the best restaurants in Uruguay!
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The ultimate in chic beach eating, La Huella’s repertoire in grilled seafood led by Alejandro Morales is second to none. Morales worked at a family-style parrilla (barbecue) near Montevideo’s port. After studying hospitality, he started working in hotel restaurants before moving to Mexico for a few months. Upon his return to Montevideo, he put together an initial team to open La Huella with business partners Martín Pittaluga, Guzmán Artagaveytia and Gustavo Barbero.
Garzón wines are the result of a careful selection of terroir, very appropriate for the elaboration of high-end wines and a wide variety of varieties that allows the best winemakers to experiment with a new environment of vineyards and create optimal blends for a market increasingly eager for new wines. In this way, the production is focused on obtaining wines of the best quality, with a marked identity, strong personality and sense of place.