Leaders – steaks, journalists – «pasties»: what to feed at the G20 summit

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Steaks, dessert, Dulce de Leche and Argentine wine from Malbec grapes — the RIA Novosti correspondent found out what meals offer the G20 summit in Buenos Aires.

As told organizers of the forum are familiar with the contents of the dinner menu, the main course of Friday evening in the Teatro colón will be the crab. Prior to that, the heads of state have already tasted a real Argentinian steak.

A good piece of quality beef to journalists not suggesting that you explained: is, they have piping hot, and this condition is difficult to achieve in the framework of a buffet. On the menu for members of the media — Italian risotto, pizza, burgers, steamed vegetables and lots of cheese and sausage. At first glance, the choice seems strange, but it really fits the local taste habits: cuisine of Argentina is influenced by European culinary tradition.

From exclusively Argentine specialities, ice cream with Dulce de Leche, similar to the boiled condensed milk, and cakes empanadas that Russian are very similar to the reduced version of the pasties.

However, the biggest buzz among journalists call the local wine. In the press center you could pour it in your glass from the self-service machines. Employees of the coffee shop regularly bring new bottles of Argentine Malbec, open them, connect to the tube and close inside a glass Cabinet. While using the touch screen already choose their own portion size — tasting (a SIP), and traditional half glass of 150 ml. Needless to say that the first option few people are interested?Leaders – steaks, journalists – «pasties»: what to feed at the G20 summit© RIA Novosti, Infographics»Big twenty» in the numbers

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