an Argentinian restaurant makes its hole in a cave

Having stayed here for the first time with his wife five years ago (for 18 months), Nahuela wanted to return to Périgueux. A city that reminds him of his native land of Cordoba in northern Argentina. His restaurant project, he finalized it to “welcome people, make people discover [son] country and above all to exchange”.


Paintings and engravings on the walls to highlight the cave, “cueva” in Spanish.

Philippe Griller

Typical meals

Open from Tuesday to Sunday lunchtime, Nahuela, accompanied by Natalia, an associate, offers exclusively Argentinian dishes, including empanadas, small turnovers stuffed with beef. Also on the menu, milanesas (fried pieces of meat), locros (Argentinian stews), or even barbecues.

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