This week Robert DeNiro was news after his arrival in Argentina to record Anythe new series created and directed by Mariano Cohn and Gaston Duprat. On his way through the country, enjoyed a night out in Palermo Soho: good humor, walks and typical gastronomy.
De Niro visited the Hidden Garden by Coppola, a small romantic hotel. In dialogue with TN ShowIgnacio, the concierge who attended him, said that the actor He spent between 15 and 20 minutes getting to know the place and he took the opportunity to ask for recommendations of places to visit.
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Robert de Niro dined in a typical place and signed the plate
Robert de Niro dined at The Cabrera together with his partner, Tiffany ChenAnd your daughter Helen Graceaged 11, from his previous marriage to Grace Hightower.
In dialogue with this medium, Nelson, the waiter who attended the family, detailed the menu that was varied and typical Argentine: “Empanadas, chorizos, sweetbreads -which was the first time I tried them- strip roast, rib eye, rump heart and his favorite cut, entrails”. In addition, she ate French fries, fucciles, an avocado, heart of palm and tomato salad, and another with arugula and Parmesan.
For dessert they went for a tasting that offers the richest selection to go through all the flavors and textures. All accompanied by a malbec wine for him and lemonade for his partner and his daughter.
Nelson highlighted the good humor and good predisposition of the actor that, by choice, decided to eat in the middle of the room surrounded by the other dinerswho were amazed by his presence.
Before he left, De Niro agreed to sign the place plate. “La Cabrera, thank you. Very good. DeNiro. 5/5/22 BA,” he wrote in black indelible fibrous.
What is “Nada” about, the series starring Luis Brandoni and Robert De Niro?
In Any, Manuel (Brandoni) is a sophisticated food critic from Buenos Airesprovocateur and art lover, who, despite being an emblematic figure of Buenos Aires culture, has run out of money thanks to a life of waste to maintain his comfortable style.
The problems for Manuel begin when unexpectedly can not continue to count on the woman (played by Fugazot) who worked at home for four decades solving absolutely everything for him. It is thus, due to the lack of this lady who organized her life for her -by way of personal assistant, housekeeper and cook- that she realizes that he doesn’t know how to do anything on his own.
To help you, decides to hire Antonia (Cabrera), a young woman born and raised in a small town in Paraguay. In this way he has to educate her about innumerable aspects of her life, from her relationships and personal tastes, to gastronomic and cultural issues.
Antonia finds Manuel immersed in a small chaos that he thinks he has under control, and the clash of cultures and generations of each one will turn into unusual, intense, contradictory and tender situations that will leave great learning for both.