The land of tango, Maradona, and Messi is also the land of malbec and steak; Argentina. After accumulating more than 6 weeks in Buenos Aires, I was fortunate to try most of the myriad of parrillas or steak houses. (In Argentina, it’s pronounced ‘parrisha’, the ‘LL’ in Argentina is a ‘sh’ sound not a ‘ya’ sound like most spanish speaking countries). Parrillas are very common in Buenos Aires but you have to search a little for the good ones. Our favorite one is, as you’ll seein the name, a secret, “Secret Parrilla.” To find this restaurant you need to have the exact address and there is no signage outside or on the door. Since there is no signage, you must have the confidence to knock or let yourself into the restaurant. There are no windows so it’s difficult to find the restaurant. Once inside, the decor is simple and underwhelming but the food is the opposite. Our 4 course meal meal for two which included, appetizers, salads, two rib-eyes, dessert, and a bottle of wine would have easily been $300 in the States was only…. $40! And you might think, the steak was bad or cheap, but Argentina doesn’t know how to make a bad steak, all of them are spectacular…and most of them are grassfed!