Mercado Progresso

ajoknoblauch

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I asked a friend where to get a leg of lamb and he said La Gondola at Mercado Progresso, Rivadavia 5430. A great market with what appears to be really good meat, veggies and specialties. Check it out.

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Fabulous traditional market. I wrote about this at http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/city-guides/buenos-aires-traveler/
 

PhilipDT

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No? Unless I am missing something?
they do at both cotos near my old house (mexico 2200 & alsina 1900) and at the coto near my new house (liberatador 6800) plus @ the jumbo on acoyte last time I went. Also the disco on entre rios & belgrano usually had paleta de cordero which is just boneless leg of lamb basically.
 

Napoleon

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Been to Mercado Progresso, it's cool.

The Carrefour on Scalabrini Ortiz between Cabello & Cerviño has frozen cordero... or maybe it's cabrito. Anyway, they tend to have frozen turkeys (patos) as well.
 

trennod

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Been to Mercado Progresso, it's cool.

The Carrefour on Scalabrini Ortiz between Cabello & Cerviño has frozen cordero... or maybe it's cabrito. Anyway, they tend to have frozen turkeys (patos) as well.
Pavos? Pato is duck. And can be found in barrio chino :p
 
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