The chic, all-black exterior of the restaurant ought to give you a hint of things to come. What at the outset looks ebony-and-ivory themed is actually a bar with plush interiors in cowhide. It invites you unapologetically to sample some of the finest Argentinean wines in the city.
When you’re ready for your meal, you are given details of your steak so you can choose from a succulent range of rib eye, sirloin, rump or fillet served with a choice of sauces – peppercorn, béarnaise, blue cheese or mushroom. You can choose your marinade too – Chimichurri, garlic and parsley, smoked garlic or red jalapenos.
Steak and more
Gaucho might be famed for its steaks but it is also a showcase for Argentinean cuisine so you can delve into ceviche, empanadas, tostadas, tiraditos and more. Their dessert menu includes Freggo and the dulce de leche cheesecake.
Their authentic menu and attentive service have made Gaucho a visitor’s haven and one of the rapidly expanding restaurant chains in London, 13 to date and growing.