We studied the diet of breeding Olrog's Gulls Larus atlanticus during 1994 at two colonies in Golfo San Jorge, Argentina, through the analysis of 207 regurgitated pellets. The diet at Isla Felipe and Isla Vernaci Sudoeste comprised only a few items (9 vs 7 respectively), of which crabs were the main component. At Isla Felipe, the crabs Cyrtograpsus altimanus and C. angulatus were present in 91.2% and 89.2% of pellets, respectively, while the percentage contribution of each species was 76.1% and 21.7%, respectively. At Isla Vernaci Sudoeste, the figures were similar (96.2% and 80% of pellets, and percentage contributions 79.4% and 19.5%). All other taxa were present in less than 11% of pellets. No significant differences were found between colonies in the number of prey items, prey individuals per pellet, and consumption of crabs. Percentage contribution of crabs differed significantly between stages of the breeding cycle at Isla Felipe but not at Isla Vernaci Sudoeste. At both colonies, the proportion of male C. altimanus in pellets was larger than that of females. The proportion of female C. angulatus in pellets at Isla Vernaci Sudoeste was larger than that of males, but no significant differences were found in the consumption of each sex at Isla Felipe. Mean maximum carapace width of male crabs in pellets was not significantly different from that of females at either Isla Felipe or Isla Vernaci. Our study at Golfo San Jorge confirms that Olrog's Gull is fairly specialized, feeding mainly on crabs during the breeding season.