South American Food Delivery & Takeaway

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Consumer favourite South American delivery restaurants

Candela

Mexican/Latin American
Not available today
Min order
Goodwood
25% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
FREE ITEM
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  • First order discount

    Get 25% off your 1st online order

  • Free Item

    Order between $25 and $50 Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Can Soft Drink

  • Free Item

    Order $50 or more Bonus FREE 1 x BONUS Free Churros

8
Pickup Only

Taco Bill - Bacchus Marsh

Mexican
Not available today
Min order
Bacchus Marsh
10% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
POPULAR
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    Get 10% off your 1st online order

8.2
Pickup Only

Panama House

South American
07:00 - 22:00
Min order
Bondi
15% OFF YOUR 1ST ORDER
POPULAR
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    Get 15% off your 1st online order

8.5
Pickup Only

Per Kilo

Brazilian
10:00 - 14:30
Min order
Sydney CBD
9
Pickup Only

The Cuban Place

Spanish
Not available today
Min order
Sydney CBD
0
Pickup Only

South American food delivery from local restaurants

South American cuisine spans a range diverse as South America itself, and its variety speaks of the geographically separated histories of each region. South America has a number of indigenous fruits and vegetables that have shaped their cuisine for hundreds of years and impacted cuisine worldwide ever since its inclusion in worldwide trade. South America is the birthplace of tomatoes, potatoes, capsicum, peanuts, and quinoa, and is very near where corn originated. The southernmost countries of South American are adept at cooking meat. Argentinean, Chilean, and Uruguayan asaderos use a thick slab of metal over their heat source for grilling or brick structures devoted to slow-cooking. Similar to their asado, Brazilian churrasco refers to cooked sausages, bone-in chicken, cuts of beef and pork, and sometimes lamb, goat, or chicken hearts on a spit, but they are conspicuously absent of metal grills and instead have supports over the hot embers for the metal skewers. Chile in particular has its indigenous and Spanish ancestry interrupted by German settlers offing an interesting twist to the resulting cuisine; for example, crudo, a German-Chilean dish similar to steak tartare, has raw and finely chopped beef mince sitting atop sliced white bread with lemon juice and onions with a dollop of a yoghurt- and mayonnaise-based sauce. Peru has drifted in a different direction: Japanese chefs have reinvigorated the classic citrus-cured fish dish ceviche; rather than soaking overnight, chilli-infused citrus is used to quickly coat the fish for a dish that's half South American and half sushi. Of the introduced agriculture, perhaps none is more important than the grapevine. The mountainous terrain of Chile and Argentina gives rise to no dearth of varied microclimates, and the Spanish wasted no time in pairing Old World grape vines to give rise to South American versions of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot noir, Riesling, Gewurtztraminer, and the ancient vine Carménère of which Chile is now the leading worldwide producer. South America varies greatly in both its terrain and people who have settled there. Check out individual Australian restaurants to peer into this variety and appreciate the differences within this continent.

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Recent reviews

Taco Bill - Bacchus Marsh

Overall 10 |  Food 10  |  Value 10  |  Speed 10

Taco Bill delivery is super fast and always great food

Jodie - August 2017

Candela

Overall 7.3 |  Food 7  |  Value 6  |  Speed 9

I was disappoint the description of food did not match the order received- my potato frittas w salsa of the day was exactly... Read more

Katie - August 2016
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