Fernando Trocca: where to eat in Buenos Aires
Having been taught to cook by his grandmother, Fernando Trocca has been working as a chef his whole life. He’s done stints in kitchens all over the world, working at top restaurants in Italy, France, the Basque Country and New York. He opened his first restaurant in Buenos Aires in 1997. Since then, he’s been consulting executive chef for Gaucho and opened restaurants in Uruguay, the Hamptons and New York. He opened his most recent restaurant, Sucre, in London’s Soho, two and a half years ago, where he turns out top-end plates of Latin American-inspired food cooking on the parrilla grill. We talked to him about the best places to eat in his hometown of Buenos Aires.