The Northwest has its own cuisine influenced by indigenous cooking. Locro (a corn-and-bean soup), humitas (a sort of corn-and-goat cheese soufflé), tamales (meat and potatoes in a ground corn shell), empanadas (a turnover filled with potatoes, meat, and vegetables), lechón (suckling pig), and cabrito (goat) occupy most menus. Traditional Argentine steaks and pasta dishes are usually available, too. In addition to the locations listed below, the Mercado Central, at Florida and San Martín, has a number of inexpensive eateries serving regional food.

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