Meat on the Street: The Only Street Food in Buenos Aires

Meat on the Street: The Only Street Food in Buenos Aires

What could be better than a big, fat, juicy, well done chorizo drenched in chimichurri and salsa criolla? One eaten at 6:30 in the morning off of a skanky, health violating food cart.  Unlike Latin American countries like Mexico or Brazil, Argentina does not have a booming street food culture.  Sure you can get facturas (pastries) before you enter the subway, or gobble down a pan relleno (stuffed cheesy bread) or giant-sized empanada at the Sunday San Telmo feria, but true food-tourists must flock directly to where the real action is – the mobile parrilla.

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