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If you’re hungry for steak and thirsty for Malbec, you’ll be in paradise here. Buenos Aires isn’t known for great culinary diversity. However, gastronomic offerings are starting to grow beyond the parrilla (steak house) and the traditional Spanish and Italian cuisines brought to Argentina by waves of European immigrants. Restaurantes a puertas cerradas (closed-door restaurants), typically run out of the chefs’ homes on weekends, are all the rage.