Uruguayan cuisine has a lot of European influence, especially from Italy and Spain, though expect to find a lot more meat due to the country’s abundant production of beef (and milk). We have included a list of typical Uruguayan dishes and food with what it is in English:
Uruguay is a combination of St. Tropez, Rio de Janeiro and other countries that attract millions of tourists to their beaches. But the beaches are not the only things that you can see when you travel to Uruguay. The country also has a very rich cultural heritage, a combination of Portuguese, Brazilian, Argentinian and Spanish cultures, traditions, architecture and food.