La Patagonia is a friendly Argentinian grill restaurant on Camden High Street that’s a good spot to know about when you find yourself in the area around Camden Town tube station and want to get clear of the weed clouds as soon as possible. You’re probably going to want to get involved in one of their steaks, and whether you go for the top of the range lomo or a rump and chips for under £20, you’re not going to have much room for anything else. Of course, you shouldn’t let that stop you from ordering some of their excellent empanadas, a side order of humita (a comforting corn, cheese, and béchamel side) and several glasses of malbec.
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