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Argentina’s Best Empanadas

Handmade Empanadas

We blend Argentine heritage with a healthy desire to eat clean, fresh foods made with ingredients from local farmers to create the best handcrafted empanadas in the Salt Lake Valley. It’s a product from a different country, made with the naturally delicious agricultural products Utah is known for.

We pride ourselves by offering 11 varieties of homemade style empanadas, including: traditional beef, lemon beef, chicken ricotta, spinach feta, ham and cheese, cheese and onion, cheese and beans, vegan lemon, vegan traditional, apple dulce leche, raspberry chocolate nutella; as well as handcrafted chipa bread – a gluten free, cheesy bread.

Because our foods are made to order, we don’t use frozen ingredients. And, we guarantee the freshness and quality of every empanada. You can still find us at the farmers market, serving up more than tasty food. It’s also a piece of our history.

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Can be found here:

    357 S 200 E


Delicious! I basically ordered one of each because I couldn’t decide and they were all so good! My fav was the chicken ricotta and traditional beef. The pastry itself is just flaky and perfectly delish.” – Christina Lakey, Google Review

Uhhh… SO AMAZING!! I crave Argentinian or Uruguayan food and this place hit the flavor profile PERFECTLY. Everything is fresh, same-day and flavorful. They nailed the combo of savory, acidic and sweet with great textures. So. Stinkin. Good!” – Trent Fry, Google Review

The best empanadas in Utah. You must try the lemon beef – it’s so good! They alfajores are also really great. I am so excited I’ve found such a good empanada place!” – Dan Gregson, Google Review

Salt Lake City, UT

  • 357 S 200 E
  • Salt Lake City, UT 84111
  • (801) 548-8194

Ana Valdemoros

Some of our fondest childhood memories involve empanadas, and we wanted to share the feeling that created those memorable moments. We started at the Downtown Farmers Market in 2006 and soon started selling 400 to 600 empanadas on any given Saturday. Then we moved into catering, making fresh empanadas for events and weddings. In 2016, we planned our first storefront in Salt Lake City.