I’ve previously written about the Various Eats in Buenos Aires in which I tried to eat as much local food as I could during my short stay in the Argentine capital. Buenos Aires is most famously known for their great steaks and especially their bife de chorizo.
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I decided to hop inside a McDonalds one day in the Recoleta neighborhood and I was pleasantly surprised by their offering. I had a cappuccino from the McCafe and it came with real glassware on real dishware.
I had a slice of fugazzeta and mozzarella pizza from Gran Pizzeria Los Talentos in the San Telmo neighborhood.
In Microcentro, I went to an empanada shop on Avenida Corrientes. Each empanada was 10 pesos and there was a huge variety to choose from.
During my stay at the Sheraton Libertador hotel, I had lunch at Capataz, a parilla restaurant in the Microcentro neighborhood.
I ordered the lunch special which was mini bife de chorizo ahumado con ensalada mixta. It also came with a drink and a dessert for 98 Argentine pesos ~ $11.86 USD (official rate).
For dinner one night, I had dinner at La Estancia restaurant parilla which was located on Lavalle Street in Microcentro.
Dinner service started with a complimentary empanada.
I ordered the bife de chorizo with a side of mashed potatoes which was delicious.
At Buenos Aires Ezezia International Airport, I had a fugazzeta pizza from an airport restaurant.
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