We are really surprised, after several months away from Argentina, that the meals we usually eat in favorite restaurants seem generally not to have skyrocketed while we were away. If you are here all the time, you probably don't have the sticker shock that we occasionally experience when we leave and come back, for instance, to a pizza place we love, whose prices zoomed from 270 to 600 (did flour, olive oil, tomato sauce and mozzarella increase that much?).
We applaud the small restaurants that manage to hold the line on prices, and we hope, to keep their local regulars coming back in this time that is tough for retailers and customers alike. What are you noticing in Palermo, Tigre, and BsAs province?