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| The immigration processes have improved considerably in the last few years and the lines were not long. Perhaps also the arrivals and departures to Europe are now more dispersed over the day so that there is less chaos of several jet planes arriving or departing at about the same time. My principal concern is the quality of restaurants and cafeterias. After the security control, you have obviously a very limited choice, but at Ezeiza, it is limited to about one company. At Bellini's, a "Lady Di salad", a 'Parma' ham salad with a coke cost about 17 euros - and the quality of the salad was lowest ever in Argentina. It was a huge bed of lettuce, two small and thin slices of ham, a thin slice of processed cheese and five olives. In Argentina, you used to worrying what to do when you always get more food than you can manage, but this was the total opposite. A salad that cost as much as a good meal in a quality restaurant - and you are left with hunger. The service was also badly organized - a combination of self service and table service, which combines the poorest sides of both: having to go to the counter, slowness, dependence on the waiter who is just chatting with other waiters. Future passengers are advised to bring their own food or otherwise check in as late as possible. These would cause problems in the customs, or delays in passenger arrival. I say this to show that it is really important for the whole airport function that people can arrive in good time and rely on getting something decent to eat while waiting. My rating is mostly defined by this restaurant.