At Estancia La Maipú, you will discover the spirit of Patagonian cuisine.
Everything served at the table is homemade, with most of the ingredients sourced from the ranch, including fruits and vegetables, the meat, the trout from the lake, and the water from natural streams. Other delicacies are brought in from small producers in other parts of the country, such as dried fruits from La Rioja, jams and sweets from San Juan, wines from Mendoza, sausages from Córdoba, and cheese from La Pampa.
For breakfast, you can enjoy a buffet with croissants and homemade bread, in addition to a selection of a-la-carte dishes.
Picnic lunches include sandwiches and cakes. For your horseback rides, a barbeque lunch on the property will be fired up and served.
Dinner consists of a starter, a main course, and dessert. Trout with lemon cooked over an open fire is a main dish that competes with the roast lamb. Homemade egg pasta is also a regular feature on the menu.
You can enjoy your meals with Luigi Bosca wines, the house wine, Patagonia beer, and a variety of other beverages.