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Parillas are steakhouses found all across Argentina that have a country-style family atmosphere, which makes them very popular. They are so well known that they are often times called “Roadside Parillas” (
). The main point of these restaurants is to get a well-stretched out eating experience, and to allow people to chat with friends and family between courses.
In a typical visit to a parilla, the meal starts out with small portions of different foods, one in particular being
, accompanied with a glass of red wine (
). After finishing that, the people are served
(spicy sausage) with some provolone cheese and assorted offal, which are the internal organs of animals (
). After that stage, the main meal is eaten, which is usually a form of meat (normally grilled steak) with a side salad. Then dessert comes along and a serving of fruit, ice cream, or crème caramel is typical.
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