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You’ve probably heard that Argentina is famous for its tender, juicy cuts of beef, but what you might not know, is that when it comes to food, Argentines love their buffets. And these buffets are not simply a few dishes thrown out for the taking. These are gourmet meals delicately prepared to satisfy palates of carnivores and vegetarians alike.



Nestled between Chile Street and Mendoza’s bustling avenue Las Heras, Caro Pepe is the premiere buffet bistro in Mendoza. A favorite restaurant among locals, Caro Pepe is also a true Argentine experience—hospitable waiters, mouth-watering food, and a complete wine bar offering over 100 different wines birthed and aged in the Mendoza province itself.  



A large open space with minimal dĂ©cor—which attracts large Argentine families on the weekends—the restaurant boasts a barbeque pit that grills up marinated and smoked beef, chicken, pork—and don’t forget the blood sausage.  All chef-carved to your liking, the meats alone could be enough to fill you up. But rarely can one turn to leave the BBQ station, without stopping by the two large buffet islands, which boast an array of culinary creations, from paella to gourmet quiches, special chicken entrees to vegetable curries, and a complete salad bar to boot.



And before you even begin to think about dessert, it’s worth a stroll on over to the cook’s station where you can choose your own pasta and sauces, and have the chef mix it up before your eyes.



You may as well ignore those signs of satiety because a third buffet island includes fresh fruit salads and a variety of postres, including rich chocolate mousse and to-die-for cakes. If your pants aren’t too tight yet, you might want to swing by the make-your-own crepe station, where you can choose between a chocolate or apple crepe topped with chocolate sauce, whisky, or caramel, and if you can manage it, try it alamode—it’s a guaranteed sweet tooth finale.

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