These are the restaurants where the hungry go to feed. Where man, woman and child go to indulge in the an endless supply of beef and pork products.
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La Cabrera is one of the best known parillas in Buenos Aires.
Word of mouth amongst travelers and expats ensures anyone who asks for a good place to eat will hear “La Cabrera” in return.
There are actually two restaurants, about 50 meters apart. They are both located on Cabrera Street, in the yuppy Palermo Soho neighborhood.
Ordinarily, the prices at La Cabrera might put off the typical budget traveler, however the restaurant offers an outstanding discount most days of the week. It’s almost too good to believe.
5099 Cabrera Street, and 5127 Cabrera Street, Palermo Soho.
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