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Latin, Barbecue, Argentinean
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Lunch, Dinner
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Takeout, Serves Alcohol

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San Telmo
0.6 miles from Puerto Madero
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Reviewed July 22, 2020 via mobile

I had heard about this place from some friends of mine that are chefs as well. This is a gem. Went her with my family the sandwich’s are epic. Service is friendly and real. The price was so good I felt I was under charged...so I made sure they were correct. We had 4 chorizo con pan and a pint. Best lunch I had in Buenos Aris. True culinary find! A must stop if you are in Buenos Aries!More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed December 13, 2019

Looked and looked on two occasions but I just couldn't find it. I had a couple of Choripanes Criolla in The Choripaneria in the Mercado San Telmo and they were historic.

Date of visit: November 2019
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Reviewed July 29, 2019

Yep, it's a hole in the wall, with hardly any seating. It is also freaking delicious! The meat was better than some of the "sit-down" places we went to. One night we went back and ate so much we had rumbly tummies but it was...our own damn fault. You can get two sandwiches, a beer and a tumbler of tinto for about $10 USD. Ridiculous. Staff (like two people) is friendly too. Please don't change, my husband and I are still talking about you!More

Date of visit: July 2019
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Reviewed June 30, 2019

buenos aires doesn’t stop changing. these guys keep truckin on and do not change. gentrification forced this joint to move to the other side of the san telmo market which has become a gastronomic haven, trying to prove itself the the foreigner’s palate. here, they...don’t have anything to prove. they’re still making the best choripan, the tastiest vacío and the most succulent bondiola. if you’re lucky, you’ll get to eat here and meet drunks, politicians, porno actresses or a local luthier. it’s just one of those places. it’s a dive bar. it’s a hole in the wall; it’s lo de freddy’s and it’s an institution which i hope will live in for generations.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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Reviewed May 13, 2019 via mobile

Almost everywhere you order a chori, whether in restaurants or in street food trolleys, you will probably get a good one. Any of them though will not beat Nuestra Parrilla’s. Located in a very tiny space at the famous Mercado de San Telmo, Nuestra Parrila...can go unnoticed as you cross the entrance in Calle Bolivar. But it is worth to give a step back and get into the place. The business is run by a very sympathetic traditional Argentinian family. They are there for a long time and know what they are doing. I have tried almost everything but the best order is the chori. Simple and plain, with delicious chimichurri and criolla sauces. The prices are incredible cheap as you can pay barely 2,5 dollars for a chori and a glass of wine. Enjoy. Although this is the kind of place I prefer to keep for myself as it gets crowded as their fame increases. But they deserve the success.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed January 12, 2019 via mobile

Dear choripans from Nuestra Parrilla, If I could only bring back one Argentinian food item to the cold northeast of America, you would be it. How do they get that chorizo to be so good? Who knew chimchurri and red sauce would make such an...epic combo? How are you so cheap (in USD)? I miss you and will think of you fondly.More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed December 31, 2018 via mobile

If you want a fancy dining experience then this place isn’t for you. But if you want to try authentic choripan with tdelicious chimichurri then go here! The queues outside speak volumes about the quality of this small and unpretentious parilla. The chorizo is perfect...and the sauces incredible. It is a very small place and we almost missed it, but we are so glad we didn’t. There are a few stools to perch on but even if you have to take it away, it is well worth the trip. Perfect for a refuel after visiting the San Telmo markets.More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed September 22, 2018

80 pesos (about £1.60 for brits) for a huge choripan - absolutely incredible chorizo - best I've had in Buenos Aires so far. You can choose to perch on one of the stools if it isn't too busy and you have the option to add...some spicy red sauce or some fab garlicky green sauce, which are both brilliant. A really authentic place, think its family-run too. Service was friendly and the lady spoke a little bit of english. Not a fancy restaurant but if you want relaxed, delicious and authentic food, this is the place to go. Right in the centre of San Telmo market too so there's lots to explore round about.More

Date of visit: September 2018
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Reviewed July 5, 2018 via mobile

Delicious Choripan sandwich from this unpretentious parrilla. We almost walked right past. A definite must to visit if you are in San Telmo.

Date of visit: June 2018
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Reviewed June 5, 2018 via mobile

This was literally the best meal in the week we spent in Buenos Aires. The sandwiches were made in front of you with meat bought in the market next store. The staff drank beer with us and helped make fun of our friend who required...a sippy cup to finish his beer. If you are in BA, go here. You will not be disappointed. We’re going back tomorrow.More

Date of visit: June 2018
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