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Gaucho is turning 21 and, to celebrate, it has introduced a special sharing platter of its most popular and long-standing menu items, paying homage to the past 21 years.
Renowned for its dedication to giving its guests the true essence of Argentine life, Gaucho has aptly named the celebratory dish ‘A Taste of Argentina’.
Perfect for sharing, it will offer Tapa de Ancho with chimmi; Chargrilled Sweetbread with pumpkin purée & spring onions; Gaucho Chorizo with pickled red onion; Humita; and Chargrilled glazed short ribs, all served with a mixed salad, chips and a sauce of your choice.
‘A Taste of Argentina’ will be available at all Gaucho restaurants until 30 December and will cost £57.50.
Gaucho opened its first restaurant in London’s Piccadilly in 1994. Since that time it has successfully grown into the UK’s leading quality beef restaurant group with 14 restaurants throughout London, Leeds and Manchester.
Passionate about its beef, Gaucho sources it directly from Argentina. The grass-fed and free-to-roam Aberdeen Angus-bred beef comes from 45 hand-picked farms (estancias) that use traditional rearing methods and employ gauchos who move the cattle from one fresh grassland to another, on horseback. The beef is wet-aged, which gives it the great flavour and lighter, moreish quality that Gaucho beef is so well loved for.
In addition to its beef which most diners opt for, Gaucho also offers other dishes such as seafood ceviche, traditional empanadas and prime home-made sausages, as well as top quality fish, lamb and poultry. All of its menus and dishes are refreshed and updated seasonally.
Gaucho is also proud to offer a spectacular wine list that offers over 200 top quality wines from Argentina’s best vineyards, from Salta in the north, to Patagonia in the windy south. Gaucho has its own vineyard too, in Mendoza at the heart of Argentine wine production, where its Viña Patricia and Loro labels are produced.
Its diverse wine list boasts many wines that are exclusive to Gaucho, all reflecting the best traditions of Argentine wine making, and stunning grape varieties.
For more details visit gauchorestaurants.co.uk.