If you go to Argentina you know that the word vegetarian is unknown in there. So lets face it, you must try meat, so taste, so mmm... So here are a few tips, if you are near Recoleta visiting Evita's Grave you can walk along Junin street where you can find a finest option of food, so instead of choosing The Sports Cafe, or the Henry J. Beans ( yes! Argentina got them too!) you can give it a try in Cabaña Las Lilas Restaurant. It's posh and not for a low budget (17 pounds per persons not wine incl.)but you have to treat yourself in a place like this! The specialty is Tenderlion that in spanish is lomo, but don't worry, the menu is in english too. But what happen if you are visiting the docks? ah! here you can can invite yourself to Hereford and try their taste ribs (asado) or if not try "achuras" a wide range of different meat and other cow stuff, only for braves! why? they include more than we want to know! (kidneys, sweetbread, intestines, brains...)Prices round 10 pounds per person. Dont forget to book your table so you can enjoy a beautiful view to the docks. If you're planning something romantic go at night! If you are hungry in the city centre make your way up to Corrientes Avenue to eat in El Palacio de la Papa Frita (The Kingdom of the French Fried) and try a juice steak. If you are really hungry try the "bife a caballo" a steak with fried eggs on top, also with french frieds! Here the prices are lower. Try the meat and you'll see why it's that famous! And cheers!