Oro y Candido
Andrew visits the largest and most diverse neighborhoods of Buenos Aires where there are approximately 700 restaurants -- some serving river alligator.
5099 Guatemala St., Buenos Aires, 1425, Argentina
Andrew tries some of the most authentic achuras (cow innards) including cow udders and chinchulines (small intestines).
Visit the San Telme neighborhood -- one of Buenos Aires' oldest neighborhoods, to eat bloody steak and grilled achuras.
Estados Unidos 465, 1101 Ciudad De Buenos Aires, Argentina
Bamba Chica Ranch
Local gauchos show Andrew how real cowboys roast an entire cow, and eat asado con cuero, which includes braided cow intestines.
National Rout No. 8, San Antonio de Areco, Buenos Aires
An aboriginal family invites Andrew to a Pachamanca, a ceremonial meal cooked in an underground oven, to eat calapurca, corn stew and roast lamb fat.
Florencio Varela neighborhood, Buenos Aires
Café Las Violetas
Andrew checks out some late-night snacks before going to a milonga, including eating a cookie stuffed with dulce de leche.
Almagro neighborhood, Avenida Rivadavia 3899, Buenos Aires
Andrew gets a special invitation to visit Villa 31, one of Buenos Aires' largest slums, to taste tucuman empanadas, bondiola, yerba mate tea, lamb's head and pork bone marrow.