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Standout dishes include mussels tossed in a wok with lemongrass, tomatoes, onions, white wine, and red chile flakes; grilled jamón Ibérico; and chocolate and toffee pie (a sweet shortbread piecrust filled with toffee and topped with chocolate and accompanied by toasted almonds, pistachios, and vanilla ice cream).
La Querencia has a hip, contemporary-industrial look, with bare concrete floors, lacquered steel tables, exposed ducts overhead, and low-tech touches like mounted game trophies on the walls, a tropical fish tank at one end of the dining room, and a row of rusty old cooking implements hanging above the divider that separates the open stainless steel kitchen from the dining room.
Tijuana traces its modern history to the arrival of Spanish explorers in the 16th century who were mapping the coast of the Californias As the American occupation of Mexican capital ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo , Tijuana's new international position on the border gave rise to a new economic and political structure.
At Aramburu , traditional Argentine dishes and ingredients are reinterpreted using modernist techniques — skills that chef Aramburu has perfected at some Europe's top kitchens, including Restaurante Martín Berasategui in Spain (he earlier cooked at Joël Robuchon's Jamin in Paris).
Although it has the convenience of being the eighth-largest city in the U.S., it enjoys a unique coexistence with the rich natural environment that surrounds it. In recent years, not only American but Japanese, Korean, and Taiwanese companies have established factories across the border on the Mexican side.
The art house movie theater-cum-cocktail bar and restaurant mini-chain has opened its third installment on Avenida Revolucion in Tijuana, which boasts a sprawling rooftop terrace, extensive cocktail, wine and beer list and a food menu designed by famed Ensenada chef Diego Hernandez.
The treehouse project began last summer, when four members of Chim Pom, along with a fellow artist, took a drive along the U.S.-Mexico border from Mexicali to Playas de Tijuana looking for something, anything, that might spark an idea for an installation or a performance.
According to the 2015 census, the Tijuana metropolitan area was the fifth-largest in Mexico , with a population of 1,840,710, 1 but rankings vary, the city (locality) itself was 6th largest and the municipality (administrative) 3rd largest nationally.
Francis Mallmann, Argentina's best-known chef, has expanded across the Río de la Plata to the outskirts of Punta del Este, Uruguay, with a charming five-room hotel equipped with an excellent dining room furnished in what might be called an elegant farmhouse style.
Liverpool-born chef Paul Owens' menu changes frequently, but you can count on char-grilled meats and seafood including mahimahi and swordfish, and spellbinding dishes like Caribbean shrimp in Thai green curry coconut sauce with coriander rice, foie gras and chicken liver parfait, savory snails in puff pastry with chive cream sauce, and even a spicy Caesar salad with chorizo.
One of Buenos Aires' more secretive restaurants, Tegui surprises guests as soon as they arrive: In order to enter the restaurant, you have to pass through a door surrounded by graffiti Chef Germán Martitegui has created a signature style, and the kitchen could be considered more of a lab for new culinary inventions.