De Mi Tierra Argentinian Empanadas, Medialunas, and Alfajores

Argentinian couple Romina Yanarello and Nico Perland started De Mi Tierra as a lockdown project, making empanadas in their home kitchen and delivering them by bike to their customers. Now, they’ve opened their very own shop inside the new VIA Village food hall. These are some of the absolute best empanadas we’ve ever had – flavors include ham and cheese, creamy corn, beef, chicken, and mushroom and cheese. For breakfast, they serve Argentinian croissants (medialunas) with a homemade dulce de leche filling, and alfajores, a dulce de leche cookie sandwich.

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De Mi Tierra serves Argentinian empanadas and pastries.
De Mi Tierra serves Argentinian empanadas and pastries.
DE MI TIERRA

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Munkedamsveien 26, Oslo, Norway
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Argentinians Romina Yanarello and Nico Perland started De Mi Tierra as a lockdown project.
Argentinians Romina Yanarello and Nico Perland started De Mi Tierra as a lockdown project.
Pastries fresh from the oven!
Pastries fresh from the oven!
Members of The Hungries joined us for breakfast at De Mi Tierra.
Members of The Hungries joined us for breakfast at De Mi Tierra.
A typical Argentinian breakfast spread.
A typical Argentinian breakfast spread.
Sweet medialunas, Argentinian croissants, which are sometimes filled with dulce de leche.
Sweet medialunas, Argentinian croissants, which are sometimes filled with dulce de leche.
Fosforitos – pastries with ham and cheese.
Fosforitos – pastries with ham and cheese.
Look at those beautiful layers!
Look at those beautiful layers!
You can find their shop inside VIA Village.
You can find their shop inside VIA Village.

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Kaitlin Orr

Kaitlin Orr and Anders Husa are food & travel bloggers and creative content creators. From their base in Copenhagen, they operate the largest and most influential restaurant-focused travel blog in Scandinavia.

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