Press Coverage

20th January 2014

Fernando Trocca - The table is served

Fernando Trocca - The table is served

When it comes to combining ingredients, Fernando Trocca knows what's best. Fond childhood memories, an abundance of cosmopolitan flavours, subtle sophistication and a generous dose of confidence- all these elements have combined to make Fernando Trocca the fine, postmodern chef he is today. (This interview is written in Spanish).

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12th September 2013

Gaucho Announces winners of prestigious
Argentine Winemaker Awards 2013

Gaucho Announces winners of prestigious <br>Argentine Winemaker Awards 2013

Thursday 12th September 2013:  Sebastian Zuccardi of Familia Zuccardi was awarded 'Winemaker's Winemaker of the Year' and Manos Negras was voted 'Wine of the Year' for its Malbec 2009 at the second annual Gaucho Argentine Winemaker Awards Dinner 2013, in association with Wines of Argentina.   

Home to the largest Argentine wine list outside of Argentina, Gaucho played host to the most celebrated and prominent figures in the Argentine wine industry at the Group’s flagship Piccadilly restaurant. Both the greats and newcomers were recognized for their achievements in Argentine wine following a 12 week judging process.

The awards ceremony was hosted by Gaucho's Director of Wines Phil Crozier, who launched the restaurant group's new stellar wine list* for 2013 on the same evening. Following six months in development, key wines new to the list include the innovative 'Demente'  from Matias Michelini, which is made by fermenting Malbec, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot grapes slowly in the same barrel.

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6th September 2013

Gaucho invests in Latin America

Gaucho invests in Latin America

Gaucho Group announces the acquisition of Latin American restaurant Sucre in Buenos Aires.

The restaurant and bar forms part of the group's overseas extension – currently Gaucho has fourteen restaurants in the UK and one restaurant in Dubai. read more

31st July 2013

How to cook the perfect steak

How to cook the perfect steak

Cooking a good steak has become the benchmark of the casual chef, a precise science that can leave your guest (or yourself) either looking faintly orgasmic on the first bite or as though chewing rubber. To ensure you do your next cut justice, here’s Gaucho executive chef Mike Reid’s 7 top tips on cooking the perfect steak. read more

25th July 2013

Beachcomber

Beachcomber

Daily Express
96 years old and still chewing things over...

Finally, after all these years, thanks to some instruction from a true expert, I have learned the answer to one of life's great mysteries. Not only that, but in the course of making that discovery, I may also have stumbled upon a solution to the Falklands dispute between Britain and Argentina.

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19th July 2013

Gaucho grill: How to cook the Argentinian way

Gaucho grill: How to cook the Argentinian way

Smitten by the mouthwatering meats and delicious empanadas he'd tasted in Buenos Aires, Matthew Bell signs up for a Gaucho cookery masterclass.

Whenever Fernando Larroude goes back to Argentina, the first meal he has is an asado. "It's also the last meal I have, and every meal in between," he grins. But then, the asado is more than just a way of cooking meat. It is a social occasion, a ritual in which friends and family gather round to worship Argentina's finest produce - its beef. In Buenos Aires, most blocks of flats have a purpose-built parilla (barbecue) on the roof.

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15th June 2013

Don't be scared of Ceviche

Don't be scared of Ceviche

With fresh fish, fruity flavours and plenty of lime juice, cool ceviche is the ideal dish to enjoy in summer's searing temperatures - but many of us are reluctant to try making it at home. read more

8th March 2013

Midnight Feast

Midnight Feast

Andy Cronshaw of the Manchester Evening News visits Gaucho Manchester for a spot of late night dining.

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10th January 2013

My Hyde - Steak Anyone?

My Hyde - Steak Anyone?

Gaucho's annual five-course beef extravaganza Divine Bovine is back. Notable dishes include amuse-bouche of chinchulines, beef-cheek croutons and a premium rump steak for your main. It's hosted at Gaucho Piccadilly on 28 January, tickets £75.

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1st November 2012

High steaks

High steaks

Argentina is famous for its beef – arguably the best in the world. And its wine is pretty good too. Former chef Bill Knott sets himself a salivating challenge: to find and prepare the finest cut, with a robust red to match.  read more

19th September 2012

Polo Season's Perfect Finale

Polo Season's Perfect Finale

As the nation's landmark summer of sports drew to a close, Esquire joined Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre and England polo team captain Luke Tomlinson to mark the season's end with copious champagne and Chivas Regal cocktails at sleek art-deco-styled Argentinian bar, Galante. read more