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In Lunfardo, the old patois of Buenos Aires, “manduque” means “nosh.” But don’t expect to stuff your face at Antonio Soriano’s latest venture, even if you opt for the eight-course tasting menu. The emphasis instead is on small plates and striking flavor combos, with dishes like black pudding tempura, rib-eye steak in a chocolate-infused reduction, and venison with beets and lentils.

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Astor: Manduque Porteño

In Lunfardo, the old patois of Buenos Aires, “manduque” means “nosh.” But don’t expect to stuff your face at Antonio Soriano’s latest venture, even if you opt for the eight-course tasting menu. The emphasis instead is on small plates and striking flavor combos, with dishes like black pudding tempura, rib-eye steak in a chocolate-infused reduction, and venison with beets and lentils.