Burda, a new Argentine-inspired restaurant that will replace the short-lived magnet in Detroit’s Core City neighborhood, is gearing up for a grand opening on June 10.
magnet Closed last year amid pandemic shutdown A venture by the owners of Corktown’s popular Takoi restaurant, after less than a year in business. Barda will use the spot’s open-fire grill by Chef Javier Bardouil for its menu, which came about through famed Argentine chef Francis Mallmann’s Patagonia Sur restaurant in Buenos Aires. Chef Michael Goldberg is joined by Bardouil Israel-inspired Allenby of Former Fort Street Galley Food Hall, which closed in early 2020.
“Using ancestral methods of Patagonian cooking, Burda’s open fire is the soul of the restaurant’s dining experience,” the owners said in a press release. “Behind the food bar is an assortment of grills with different flame intensities that are used for every dish.”
“Through our unique, no-gas open-fire kitchen, we hope to showcase our modern take on an ancient style of cooking in the Detroit community and beyond,” he says.
According to the release, Barda will use premium ingredients locally or imported from Argentina.
Menu highlights include Glazed Beets with Ajoblanco and Raspberries; Chorizo Argentinian with Fennel and Lemon; Tender short rib with tiara de asado, pepper-coriander crust; and carne y hueso, served with toast with bone marrow, beef tartare and horseradish.
A drinks menu includes Argentina’s beloved Fernet Amaro, as well as a selection of Argentine wines, South American-inspired libations, and local craft beers.
The restaurant, located at 4824 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, seats 113 and features a 40-seat patio with bonfire.
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