Being non meat eaters in Argentina is very difficult even if you have access to a kitchen because no other country in the world that I have ever visited (we travel more than 250 days a year) dare to sell vegetables and fruit that belong to a compost pile. In Puerto Iguazu we went to shop for raw food so that I can cook. I had to come out without buying anything but two bananas (even those were bad) because of the sorry quality of the produce. So we ended up at Color because we had to eat something for dinner after bussing for over 30 hours from Huamhuaca to Iguazu. We ordered a beer (which was good), a vegetarian pizza and a stuffed ravioli in saffron sauce. The sauce for the pasta was excellent albeit with a dead piece of "fresh" basil. The pasta itself was fine. However, they definitely do not know how to cook a pizza. The vegetables on top including the arugula were of pathetic quality and the pizza crust was like a normal, white bread. The price however was good specially if you had change your money on the street and hence gotten 45% more pesos than you would have gotten in a bank.