The Adventure

The asado is a time when families and friends get together to share and experience the great food they created. This is the complete essence of an Argentine asado: a cultural dining tradition handed down from generation to generation.

The Argentine asado represents a national identity
and a unique culture with its own customs and rituals.

The Buenos Aires Asado Adventure is an open invitation to become a part of the family and experience creating an Argentinian asado. The tour is organized into small intimate groups (smaller than 10 people), where you will be guided through the cooking and social traditions of the Argentine asado.

Tour & Demonstration

We will invite you into a private residence, get to know each other a little and head off to visit the local butcher, baker, and wine merchant. We’ll buy our ingredients just like a local would go about organizing their own Argentine asado. You will also be getting a walking tour of the very hip and trendy neighborhood of Palermo Viejo and enjoying some street art along the way.

Tours run Monday through Friday from 10am to about 3pm or 3:30pm at the latest at the latest. We occasionally run tours on Saturday evenings from 5pm to 10pm. If you are interested, please let us know.

We can even arrange private transportation from your accommodation or any address within the city limits, including the Cruise Port Terminal to our home, as an option.

Bring a hat, sunglasses, and comfortable clothing and shoes for a day of walking, cooking, drinking and eating. The walking tour is about 1 hour long.

We’ll give you a bottle of water before heading out shopping.


US$ 140
per adult for the full shopping tour and asado lunch/dinner

US$ 95
per adult for asado lunch/dinner only

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Tours run Monday through Friday from 10:30am to about 3pm or 3:30pm at the latest. We occasionally run tours on Saturday evenings from 5pm to 10pm. If you are interested, please let us know.

The tours take place in the fashionable Palermo Viejo neighborhood.

Reserve your spot right now by using the form below or contacting us.

If the date/time you want isn’t available, feel free to contact us, and then we will let you know if we can make it work for you, and/or if we get any cancellations for that day.
If you are bringing children, please include them in the total.
Please pick a date befre selecting party size
Children from 6 to 10 are charged 50%. We do not charge for children under 6.
Reservation summary:

You can get your money back by cancelling with 1 week’s notice. Please review our cancellation policy for further details in our FAQ page.

About us

I’m Max Carnage. Currently I also work at Logia (One of Buenos Aires’ most popular food trucks). I love to grill meat, “It’s part of every Argentine’s DNA”. The asado is a language of friendship, of family and camaraderie; It’s a perfect excuse to meet up with those closest to you, to meet new friends, share some wine and forget for a moment the stress and problems of everyday life.

My name is Agustín Pérez and I was born and raised in Buenos Aires. I started learning English on my own from a very early age through music and movies. I currently study in the School of Agriculture at the University of Buenos Aires, where I’m developing my thesis to obtain my engineer’s degree. I look forward to sharing my cultural heritage and customs with you.

My name is Carla Peluffo. I was born in the USA and I lived there until I was 9. I also lived in Chile and Mexico. I went to the University of Miami where I completed a double major in Journalism and Spanish, getting a Bachelor of Science in Communication. I love to travel, and hiking in California’s forests or sipping Malbec in Mendoza are some of my favorite things to do.

My name is Ivan, I`m an Actor and singer.
I lived in New York, first as a kid, and later on in life I got a Fulbright scholarship to study acting and music in the Big Apple.
I also lived in Italy, Germany, Algiers and Spain. I Can´t wait to share the secrets of our unique cuisine…
Maybe, if your up for it, I’ll also sing a few tangos and milongas while we drink mate and eat vigilantes.


Since this is a private home, we will give you the address once you book. We will send you the address and a Google map link for your convenience. If you tell us where you would be coming from we can give you directions.
We can even send you instructions in Spanish so you can print out to give to your driver, but finding us is very easy since we are located in the heart of the very fashionable Palermo Viejo barrio (neighborhood) of Buenos Aires.
If you choose private transportation through us, your driver will know how to get here.

Within our tour prices you will see an option to include private transportation to our home. Otherwise, we will send you instructions on how to arrive and even give you instructions in Spanish in case you would need to give them to your taxi driver. Once the tour is over, we will help you get private transportation back to your hotel, or provide directions on public transportation, whichever you prefer.

If you decide to cancel with at least 1 week’s notice, or if the tour can’t take place for reasons beyond our control (i.e. heavy rainstorm or flooding) then you will receive a full refund.
If you cancel with less than one week, but more than three days before the tour, then you can have a refund of 50% of the cost of your tour.
There will be no refunds for cancellations within 72 hours of the tour date, except if you arrive in the city on the day of your tour, and your flight or cruise ship is late, in which case we will try to reschedule. If your flight or ship is cancelled altogether, then we can give you a full refund provided you notify us at least 2 hours before the tour starts.

You will have a full meal: water, wine (or beer), appetizers, first course, salad, main course, and dessert. Before the meal, there is a shopping tour to select the main ingredients with expert guidance. Usually, we visit the butchery, the artisan bakery and the wine store. If you choose the transport option then your initial transportation would be included in the tour price.

Yes! We offer 50% discount for children ages 6 to 10 years old, and we do not charge for children under 6.

We don’t offer a separate kids’ meal. We offer them the same delicious, amazing lunch that the adults will have. For drinking, we could offer them water and juice. We will also have Coke available.

We will give you a bottle of water to take with you on our shopping walk. If you decide to buy anything else for personal consumption that would not be included in the price of the tour. Also, your transportation at the end of the tour is not included. We could organize a taxi for you at an additional price or we can give you directions and suggestions for how to get back home on your own or how to further explore the area.

Our guides are bilingual, Spanish and English, and the tours are conducted in English.

Yes! If someone in your party wanted a vegetarian option we could accommodate that and plan their individual delicious alternate meal. You can ask us about our vegetarian option beforehand via email.

We will end the tour with a cultural class on how Argentines greet and say goodbye to each other.

These are semiprivate group tours that are limited to no more than 10 people. If you would like a private walk, we may be able to arrange one for an additional fee. If you have a group size larger than 10 we could also arrange a tour for you. Please contact us at for more information.

Things do happen and we realize this. Please try to let us know if you would be coming in late. If you get here after we have left the house someone at the house will call us and we can coordinate to meet in the neighborhood. This whole tour happens within the same neighborhood so we are never too far away.

Yes, and we don’t cancel for rain either, unless it’s very heavy. An Argentine asado doesn’t cancel for anything. This does take place in a private residence so in the case of inclement weather we could eat indoors.

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