Executive Chef Chris Robinson takes pride in sourcing the best local produce and keeping the integrity of the ingredients intact. Gaucho’s has been situated on Gouger Street for more than 25 years. As you walk through the door, the tantalising aromas of cooking meat waft around you, enticing you to try a range of Argentinian delicacies. Wooden tables are adorned with white linen, and the restaurant bustles with happy groups.
Steak is the king here, but there are many other dishes to send the tastebuds into a spin. Calamar comprises crispy-fried South Australian squid with chilli and fennel salt. The accompanying fennel salad is fresh enough to balance the fried seafood. Bife de lomo is a 200g pasture-fed fillet steak that has been aged for 28 days. It arrives at the table with braised beef cheeks and a satisfyingly spicy chimichurri flavour.
PSST! To make your meal extra special, order a bottle of the Argentinian sparkling wine Mi Terruño Expresión.