Secret diners wanted at luxury Gaucho restaurant
Gaucho is a restaurant chain serving quality beef from the Pampas of Argentina mixed with 1930s Buenos Aires-style interiors and knowledgeable staff in all their locations. Testers Keepers is looking for two secret diners who will receive £150 each towards a culinary feast in their chosen location.
Gaucho has a dozen restaurants in London, one in Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Edinburgh. The locations often have breathtaking views, for example the Gaucho Tower Bridge is enviably situated on edge of the Thames, and the spectacular views are dominated by the iconic Tower Bridge and contemporary City Hall.
The Gaucho set menu is served from midday until 7pm, two course meals are £21 and three courses £24.50. Starters include Ecuadorian ceviche, shrimp, avocado and a spicy citrus roast pepper with tomato sauce. The mains options include rump, sirloin, fillet and ribeye in addition to poached salmon salad and half spatchcock chicken. After the delicious main, indulge with one of three dessert options, but be warned, saying no to the cinnamon churros can be challenging.
Canapés, mini dishes and empanadas can be ordered separately at any time and Gaucho also does à la carte, brunch and seasonal menus.
Gaucho owns vineyards in Argentina and covers a large portion of the Argentine-only wine list with their own products. The beef is bought from seven leading cattle ranches in Argentina, and every step of the journey is documented from farm to restaurant.
May we recommend the £75 feast, a gastronomic experience that allows you to explore unique flavours through a selection of some of the finest classic and nuevo dishes by Gaucho.
This Testers Keepers opportunity closes 30th April 2019, two secret diners will be chosen and each given £150 for a luxury visit to a Gaucho restaurant.