Tag: Gaucho

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2015 was the year Argentine steak restaurant Gaucho celebrated its 21st birthday. The year was filled with celebrations, including a specially created celebratory dish, a set of spectacular events and an exclusive evening dinner celebration of ‘Divine Bovine’, Gaucho certainly know how to ‘come of age’.

Yet, with 2015 drawing to a close Gaucho Group is keen to invite you, the diners, to be part of the finale of their celebrations by popping the cork of a complimentary bottle of Chandon Brut NV at any* Gaucho restaurant between now and November 30th 2015.

Diners are invited to enjoy a glass (or two!) of bubbles over lunch or dinner in any* Gaucho restaurant, when booked via www.opentable.co.uk/london-restaurants . Diners can claim their bottle of bubbles between 12 – 7pm or from 10pm onwards.

 For more information visit, www.gauchorestaurants.com.

Gaucho has launched a brand new terrace on the roof of its stunning Piccadilly restaurant. With sparkling lights and selection of Argentine-inspired drinks and bar snacks, it’s the perfect place to enjoy the longer summer nights as you’re transported to an evening under the Argentine stars.Gaucho piccadilly new roof terrace

An intimate space, the new roof terrace is perfect for post or pre-dinner cocktails, or simply a relaxing and luxurious area to take a break from the bustling city below.  For those chillier evenings the area not only has a sliding roof, but a real wood fire and warm blankets to keep you cosy.

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Hidden away on Swallow Street, just off Regent Street is on of a few Gaucho's in London. Brimming with cow hides, golden lighting and shiny surfaces, Gaucho is somewhere you'll want to keep in mind if you need some sustenance mid shopping spree.

Specialists in Argentinian steak (and wine!) you are sure to get you belly filled with one of their many cuts of excellent meat. They also however, do roasts, which is something you may not have known.

Gaucho in Piccadilly WJ London

The Roast menu offers a number of different meats, and vegetarian option, and even a shepherds pie which is a nice change with two courses for £23.

Gaucho is a great roast option when you have had enough of pubs - this is far more up market in surroundings (of course) and will feel like a real treat as your enormous roast is put down on it's wooden block in front of you.

Staff are very knowledgable and will explain meat cuts to you if you wish, they will also guide you through their extensive wine list.

We must put in a special mention for the caramelised pineapple and rum and raison ice cream though.

 

Gin gauchoGaucho restaurants and bars in central London know how much you love gin and in light of that are dedicating a whole 7 days to it!

They'll be celebrating the Capital’s love affair with gin over seven days of special events starting on Monday 27th October.  These include a chance to mix your own gin botanicals, a gin-paired dinner, a gin and ceviche master class AND a complimentary (free) night.

Ian O’Reilly, Gaucho’s Group Bar Manager, says that for the first time ever, gin is outselling vodka and is now the favourite clear spirit at Gaucho restaurants:  “Gin is available in so many different styles, and it’s such a part of London’s spirit history it’s great to see it getting the popularity it deserves. Our events are a real showcase for famous and new gin brands and are a great way for guests to explore the diversity.”

Monday 27th October 6.30 – 8.30pm – Tanqueray No. 10 Martini Master Class at Gaucho Piccadilly (25 Swallow Street, W1).  Discover how to make the perfect gin Martini with Tim Homewood, brand ambassador of Tanqueray Gin.  £15 per head.

Tuesday 28th October 7.00 – 9.00pm – Bespoke G & T with Ish Gin at Gaucho Tower Bridge (2 More London SE1). Create your own gin and tonic with a choice of 50 different botanicals to add your favourite flavour notes and colour with David Relph, brand ambassador of Ish Gin.  £15 per head.

Wednesday 29th October 7.00 – 9.00pm – ‘Gin VS Vodka’ with Sipsmith at Gaucho Piccadilly – a modern history of London’s love of gin, hosted by Bryony Dixon.  Complimentary.

Thursday 30th October 6.30pm – 10.00pm – Tanqueray Gin-pairing four course Dinner at Gaucho Broadgate (5 Finsbury Avenue, EC2) – four delicious courses including Gaucho’s famous ceviche and steak, each paired with a different gin or gin cocktail from Tanqueray. Hosted by Tim Homewood of Tanqueray Gin. £65 per head.

Friday 31st October 6.30pm – 8.30pm – Gin , Ceviche and Chocolate Master Class at Gaucho Charlotte Street (60a Charlotte Street, W1) – a chance to try the Columbian gin Dictador, aged in rum barrels, in two different expressions which go perfectly with either ceviche or dessert.  Cesar Botero will guide you through this tasting and exploration of delicious flavour pairings. Free to diners.

Saturday 1st November between 12.30 – 3.30 pm – Beefeater Gin Master Class at Gaucho Tower Bridge – Join Mike Hayward, representative of Beefeater Gin for a master class of this true London classic. Discover the rich heritage of London's most profound and historic drink. Free to diners.

Saturday 1st November  7.00 – 9.00pm - Bespoke G & T with Ish Gin at Gaucho 02 (The O2, Peninsula Square, SE10). Create your own gin and tonic with a choice of 50 different botanicals to add your favourite flavour notes and colour with David Relph, brand ambassador of Ish Gin.  £15 per head.

Sunday 2nd November 6.00 – 8.00pm – A Gin Adventure with Bar Galante (87 Sloane Avenue SW3 3DX). Ian O'Reilly, Group Bar Manager for Gaucho, will showcase his proud selection of gin. As a perfect finale of the week's events, you can try an extensive range of gin flavours, all complimentary.