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christoph schwarz
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Attended IPAG, Paris
Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina
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  • Google
    Leadership Recruiter, 2012
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
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Paris, France - Worms, Germany - Montclair, NJ - San Francisco, CA
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I'm a multi-billionaire in search for the truth...
 
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  • IPAG, Paris
    Business, 1999
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I will never get into this store ever again in my life and I hope that nobody else will. I bought a 3G phone from them that wouldn't pick up 3G. After two trips to the store and endless discussions, they only took the phone back for a lousy 50$ in store credit (I bought the phone for 200$). When I bought the phone, I also gave them my Nexus 7 tablet for a screen replacement. 2 weeks after I picked it up, the screen started acting out again and finally gave up completely. When i took it back to the store, the owner couldn't care less and just a turned his back on me literally. If you want products that work and a minimum of customer service, do yourself a favor and go somewhere else...
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Excellent parilla providing an authentic decor and clientele. Highly recommended.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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When looking at the restaurant's website I didn't expect too much from this place, as it looked like a bit of a cliche of African culture, with tribal statues and zebra skins hanging on the walls. I'm an idiot... The food was stunning, highlighting the very diverse cuisine of an - at least for me- unknown country on the culinary map. The starters we took (Kudu carpaccio, Boerewors and Fish Pate) were spot on as far as flavors and portion (generous). The Springbock steack, cooked with melted camembert and wrapped in a thin crust was incredible and the lamb shank my neighbor took was not less of a success. Strong meats + very good execution + laid back yet professional service + excellent South African wine list = good times. Definitely a winner - would absolutely recommend.
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Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago