Café Bariloche & Patisserie
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Café Bariloche & Patisserie information
Everything about this blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cafe is authentic small-town Argentina, from the no-frills decor and the modest window display to the delicious beef-mince empanadas. Stuffed with paprika, cumin, egg and green olives, they are the best in town.