Along with amiable service, you’ll enjoy consistently brilliant food of outstanding provenance at Gaucho Piccadilly. It flung open its doors in the cosmopolitan West End over 24 years ago, and the Gaucho group has since grown to include 16 sites in the UK, proving there’s healthy demand for Argentine fare.
The restaurant was revamped last year, adding a modern touch to the already chic, monochromatic interior. Soft lighting, mirrors, and a considered balance of pale wood and grey and neutral colour schemes nod towards Gaucho’s Argentine roots. It’s spread out across four floors, offering a blend of decadent spaces – each with its own feel – from the tiled private dining room and vaulted wine cellars to the sumptuous ground floor, which echoes the Pampas in Argentina. Enjoy dining al fresco on the rooftop and outdoor terraces, with a cracking cocktail or glass of wine in hand.
The beef is top-quality, so it comes as no surprise that it’s the most popular option on the mouth-watering menu. There’s everything from ancho rib-eye, lomo, sirloin and rump cuts to sharing boards, burgers and unique Argentine cuts. Think tapa de ancho (top of the rib-eye) and entraЦa fina (marbled skirt). Gaucho raises the bar when it comes to serving top-quality steak in uber-stylish surroundings.