Bochinche offers a weekend brunch featuring warm and hearty dishes with a unique combination of South American flavours. The new brunch menu was designed by respected Argentinean chef Diego Jacquet from boCHINche.
This is what this South American country, Argentine reminds me of.
I really like the concept of an open kitchen where you can get to watch the chef at work and you could also be sure that the chefs are handling the food with extra care and caution. There’s really nothing for them to hide, is there?
I was very intrigued by the large piece of crumpled note that was stuck to the wall. It would be so cool to scribble notes on it. Maybe a recipe?
I tried an Argentinean tea called Mate tea which is a caffeine-rich infused tea that has several health benefits. I’ve tried other brands of mate tea but the ones that were brewed here were much stronger in taste and tasted slightly more bitter. It is rich in antioxidants and it aids in digestion. This is exactly what I need especially if I’m going to eat and drink merrily at the table.
Get yourself educated with some interesting facts about Argentina whilst enjoying your brunch there.
“Dulce de leche” crème brûlée and banana split ice-cream ($17)
A unique brunch experience?
There isn’t a need to hop on a plane to Argentina when their own chef has brought the flavours to our shore.
22 Martin Road