This tiny place opens it doors at 4.30pm and long lines form outside. They offer 4 varieties: plain, or fill with dulce de leche, with chocolate or with cream. The plain one cost $25uruguayan pesos, the others $60 each one. Of course when we went last Easter Sunday as soon as they opened their doors, they were no plains churros, only the others, the more expensive. We purchased with dulce de leche, they were so delicious that it’s worth the price we paid, as it’s a treat and a one time experience. They only accept cash so be aware of this fact.
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