Rare, medium or well done – however you like your steak, Gaucho are sure to do it justice. These meaty mavericks have been slinging out marbled Argentinian cuts since the early 90s, and guess what? They’ve now launched their first-ever Glaswegian restaurant.
Boasting several popular plots under their belts, with branches in London, Edinburgh, Birmingham and Leeds, Gaucho have now set up shop on West Nile Street in the city centre. In line with their other outposts, the new opening is slick and stylish, while also giving a nod to its South American influence. Think luxe leather booths and ambient pendant lights, combined with pictures of traditional gauchos on the walls.
From the kitchen, you’ll hear the symphony of steaks as they sizzle away on the grill. And what will be on the go? Rump, ribeye, sirloin, fillet and chateaubriand, all from premium Black Angus cattle bred in Argentina. To go with these, choose from a mouthwatering selection of sides and toppings. But if that doesn't tickle your fancy, there's also ceviche, empanadas and swordfish causita.
But what’s a good steak without a glass of wine to match? Have a gander at the extensive vino list which features all kinds of international bottles. Plus, there's a mighty cocktail menu, where you can find sips such as the Zacapa negroni, a zingy mix of rum, Campari and rose vermouth.