Which cheese would you consider to be the closest to swiss cheese here? Gruyere, fontina or pategras?
"Al queso, queso" is a chain.Harleygirl said:There is a deli called "Al queso, queso" in Belgrano which has very good cheese.
I guess you are a cheddar lover aren't you?todd said:The cheese in Argentina is just awful, isnt it? poor quality, long shelf life. tastes like it was made in a factory. The milk is clearly tampered with as well. These 2 things are clear as soon as you arrive. Milk isnt the same and cheese is expensive and tastes like plastic. You need to be among the wealthy to shop at patio bullrich etc. where halfway acceptable cheese can be found.