It's the favorite guilty pleasure of both Philippe Starck and porteño taxi drivers: the choripan, a pork sausage made at one of the shacks along the Río de la Plata. Ask for yours well-done; they're better crispy, and—caveat emptor—Buenos Aires has no food-safety laws.
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