ABOUT US

La Brasa started as a passion of Gustavo and Silvia Ferrari who has been extending their “Buena onda” (“good vibes”) to friends, dignitaries and diplomats with traditional Argentinean grill cooking at their desert camp in Kuwait for over twenty years. We are an Argentine “parrilla” (grill) whose cooking methods are a time honored Argentinean tradition.

We invite you to spend a meal with us or order take away so you can experience the “Buena onda” (good vibes) and delicious unforgettable La Brasa food with family and friends.
We serve only imported Argentinean all natural, grass-fed beef, which we believe to be the proper healthy alternative to the corn-fed meat.

Our beef is slaughtered according to the Islamic rites, controlled and certified Halal by official institutions in Argentina and Kuwait.

Our Argentinean Chef Americo Albornoz personally sees after every single item to be cooked and served. All our sauces and desserts are made in-house keeping with the traditions of the best Argentina’s parrilla restaurants.
No meal is completed without La Brasa’s Chimichurri sauce from our family’s secret recipes.

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Origins of La Brasa

Silvia and Gustavo Ferrari are seen in this photo posing in front of their grill of their camp in the northern Kuwaiti desert while waiting for the guests to arrive on a Friday in November 2012.

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Gustavo

Gustavo, managing partner of La Brasa, preparing a barbeque for 25 persons at his desert camp in northern Kuwait in 2001; Silvia Ferrari, and Pepe and Irma Flores, visiting friends from Argentina.

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Buena onda

La Brasa started as a passion of Gustavo and Silvia Ferrari who has been extending their “Buena onda” (“good vibes”) to friends, dignitaries and diplomats with traditional Argentinean grill cooking at their desert camp in Kuwait for over twenty years.

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Good vibes

La Brasa started as a passion of Gustavo and Silvia Ferrari who has been extending their “Buena onda” (“good vibes”) to friends, dignitaries and diplomats with traditional Argentinean grill cooking at their desert camp in Kuwait for over twenty years.

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La Brasa Argentinean Grill

On the occasion of the inauguration of La Brasa Argentinean Grill, instead of cutting the ribbon, the Ambassador of Argentina cuts the rib eye. H.E. Ambassador Jorge Biga, right, used a custom made knife to cut the first steak of Argentina’s beef joined by La Brasa managing partner Mr. Gustavo Ferrari.

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Grass-fed beef

We serve only imported Argentinean all natural, grass-fed beef, which we believe to be the proper healthy alternative to the corn-fed meat.Our beef is slaughtered according to the Islamic rites, controlled and certified Halal by official institutions in Argentina and Kuwait.

Argentine beef have played a major part in the culture of Argentina and the Gauchos of the Pampas.
We bring that tradition to you. We only import grass-fed 100% Argentinean beef from the vast and green Pampas and you can taste the difference in flavor.
“Buen provecho!”

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Chef Americo Albornoz

Chef Americo Albornoz, was born in Tucuman, Argentina and graduated in the Instituto Culinario Americano in San Miguel de Tucuman. He continued post graduate studies at the Instituto Gastronomico de Cordoba, Argentina. With his specialty in typical Argentinean cuisine he worked in some of the most successful Parrillada restaurants in Cordoba, before joining La Brasa in Kuwait.