Palermo is one of the hippest suburbs in Buenos Aires and can be found to the North-West of the city. There are a several organic options to choose from. If you are looking for a place for dinner then try the restaurant Artemisia at Jose Antonio Cabrera 3877 which is run by a husband and wife team who are passionate about natural, chemical-free food and use organic produce as much as possible (70-80%). Choose from a seasonal menu that includes salads, soups, tapas, pasta and fresh crusty bread and foccacia. There are also organic wines, juices, tea and coffee. One of the first organic places in Buenos Aires, La Esquina de las Flores at Gurruchaga 1630 Palermo is owned by Angelita Bianculi who is famous in foodie circles for being the pioneer of the Organic and natural food movement in Buenos Aires some 32 years ago. Open for 16 years, the store has an extensive range of organic products and includes a huge light-filled restaurant, a library and cooking classes. At the restaurant choose from an extensive vegetarian menu and a large choice of organic juices and smoothies. The extensive vegetarian menu includes gnocchi and ravioli with a range of sauces, bean casseroles, woks, pizzas, savoury pastries, vegetarian parmagianas, salads, savoury tarts and croquettes along with a large variety of juices and smoothies. At the store you can buy tea, mate, a large range of flours including chickpea, pea, soy and wheat, jams, legumes, rice, pastas, olives, olive oils, organic wines, sugar and honey. El Rincon at Gurruchaga 1001 is owned by BioChef Maria Calzada who has over 20 years experience in the organic industry and travels around South America teaching ‘bio gastronomia.’ Her restaurant serves organic salads, sandwiches, woks, pastas and more and she offers a great array of organic power juices as well as tea, coffee and wine. At the store, you can buy biscuits, granola, fruit nectars, fruits, vegetables and basic provisions.
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