The UK’s 24-year-old Gaucho restaurant group has unveiled its bright new future, under the direction of Martin Williams, CEO of M Restaurants and former Gaucho MD. With 12 restaurants across London and restaurants in Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds and Manchester, Gaucho is a top dining destination across the country.
Gaucho’s new era is driven by the broadening of its culinary vision. Whilst remaining a major contender for the highest-quality Argentinian steaks, the group is also drawing on the contemporary flavours and energetic culture of the wider Latin American region. Gaucho’s new menu offers two choices: ‘Classics’ and ‘Nuevo’, with traditional dishes sitting alongside the new and inventive dishes.
The New menu is inspired by the new wave of culinary talent and innovation which has emerged across Latin America in recent decades. Gaucho aficionados, however, are also catered for with the menu’s Classics dishes with reinterpretations of long-established dishes like Empanadas.Gaucho also remains a temple to Argentinian meat: Black Angus beef, raised in Argentina and fed grass from the country’s Pampas region.
While championing culinary trailblazers, the evolved Gaucho won’t underestimate the pull of tradition: Sunday diners can still rely on Gaucho’s infamous Sunday Roast. Meanwhile, the Electro Brunch experience remains a trademark for Saturdays, combining a chilled club soundtrack with two hours of unlimited drinks and dishes.
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