Kevin Vaughn

Please Feed Kevin | Dame Barrio Chino

There are more than 120,000 Chinese immigrants who have settled in Buenos Aires over the last decade. And I have to ask myself, where the hell are they eating?...

Please Feed Kevin | Voraz

When I took my first bite out of the Classic at Voraz, an anonymous looking new burger spot in Belgrano, I dropped down a space portal lodged in the back of my...

Please Feed Kevin | Lekeitio

Tataki and tortilla española. Manila rice and Basque fish. Pork belly with rice noodles and cuttlefish stuffed with chorizo. These aren't exactly items you exp...

Please Feed Kevin | French Cookie

Have you passed by the window of French Cookie? Fish bowls hang down from the ceiling like celestial orbs holding ornate cookies dressed in marshmallow tails, ...

Please Feed Kevin | Mirutaki

Take One: Although typically we’d like to give a spot a few tries before writing our review, budgets are tight (hi, Macrisis!) and we don’t ask for freebies. ‘...

Please Feed Kevin | Dame Milanesa

Introducing our dame series, in which Kevin rounds up three of his favorites for a particular dish or flavor and revisits them, giving us a chance to catch up ...

Please Feed Kevin | Niño Gordo

Last year, Niño Gordo was the golden child of the year's openings. Pedro Peña and Germán Sitz, the dream team behind La Carniceria, Chori and Juan Pedro Caball...

Please Feed Kevin | Belike Time

Gather round, children, and take a knee: it is time to talk about fried chicken. I've eaten countless versions of fried chicken throughout my lifetime. It was m...

Please Feed Kevin | Güerrin

  Pizza in Buenos Aires often gets a bad rap—mostly undeserved and mostly from foreigners looking for nostalgia in the form of cheese and bread. It is a d...
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Kevin Vaughn

Food Columnist

Kevin Vaughn is a professional eater by way of California who has been living and working in Buenos Aires for the last decade. His stories about Buenos Aires food culture have appeared in Munchies, Remezcla, Savoteur and The New Worlder. He also runs MASA, a Mexican influenced pop-up, and Devour Buenos Aires, a customizable tour service for curious travelers.