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GAUCHO PICCADILLY: THE REAL TASTE OF ARGENTINA IN LONDON

Gaucho Piccadilly serves quality beef, sourced from the Pampas of Argentina, to the heart of London. Occupying the opulent former home of a Spanish Ambassador, with suitably regal interiors, Gaucho Piccadilly showcases all aspects of Argentine style at its finest.

Gaucho Piccadilly serves quality beef, sourced from the Pampas of Argentina, to the heart of London. Occupying the opulent former home of a Spanish Ambassador, with suitably regal interiors, Gaucho Piccadilly showcases all aspects of Argentine style at its finest.

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From vaulted wine cellars to a beautifully tiled private dining room with a great black and white theme, this Gaucho flagship restaurant plays host to an eclectic blend of spaces – each with its own unique atmosphere. Whether you’re after an Electro Brunch (served from 11am to 3pm), having an elegant supper in intimate booths with cow-skin seating, celebrating a carnivorous feast with your friends, around for late-night dining or just enjoying a cocktail on the sheltered terrace, Gaucho is unmissable.

Gaucho’s most succulent and delicious grass-fed, free-range Argentinian beef is offered in a variety of different cuts, expertly grilled, and served with the perfect accompaniments. Before you order, they bring you out the raw cuts of meat and explain to you how it will be cooked by the experts, to give diners the most lean and tender bites. Get ready for a juicy, delicious, fillet steak; or perhaps you prefer rump, or rib eye. Whichever way you want it, your cut will be accompanied by awesome sauces and served by friendly and attentive staff.

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But it’s not only the most sublime Argentinian meat you’ll be able to taste. Why not try the delicious Scallops Tiraditos with pomegranate, mango, chili, red onions and lime, the zesty Salmon Ceviche with avocado dressing, red pepper, coriander and chili, or the piquant-sounding Ecuadorian Ceviche with shrimp? There’s sure to be a dish that pleases everyone.

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Along with the finest wine selections of Argentina, cocktails not to mention the Cohiba, Montecristo or Partagás cigars, Gaucho Piccadilly promises a true taste of Argentine luxury, right in the heart of London’s West End.

Gaucho Piccadilly
25 Swallow Street
London 
W1B 4QR
T: 020 7734 4040
Sunday – Wednesday: 11:30am – 11pm
Thursday – Saturday: 11:30am – Midnight
www.gauchorestaurants.com

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