You’d be hard-pressed to find anyone with as fierce a passion for the char-grill as Tony and Joe Puntureri from Gaucho’s. Hailed among foodies in the know, as the pioneering Argentinian restaurant in Australia, Gaucho’s is one of South Australia’s most successful restaurants, with several awards under its belt. What’s the fuss all about then? For starters only the best quality meat is served, sourced ethically and locally and butchered on site. Each cut has the least amount of interference and the wealth of knowledge coming from this Gouger Street restaurant is quite simply, unrivalled. Trust us when we say, this is one restaurant that will leave you in steak heaven. Located in the city centre, reservations are essential.
My husband is anaphylactic to all nuts. This is his third meal and my second there. The service is awesome. The Chefs I can’t thank enough for adapting your menu with no fuss. They even made up a dessert for me whilst my Hubby had a port. We thanked the manager and tipped the staff. We wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and will see you in the New Year Cheers Bob and Rochey
Always an amazing experience with delicious food. Tasty steaks and excellent sides! Who knew broccoli could taste so good! The only let down was it was incredibly noisy inside and we couldn’t hear each other and the tables were squashed together. Not exactly intimate or romantic.
What should you expect from the menu at Gaucho’s? We recommend kicking things off with a few starters, or primer plato to share. Some of our favourites include the crispy, fried South Australian calamari with chilli and fennel salt, aioli and fennel salad; char-grilled chorizo and fennel sausage; pan-fried local mussels with smoked butter, garlic, bacon, tomato, chilli and fresh herbs and who could go past a dozen Coffin Bay oysters served on ice with a gazpacho vinaigrette and fresh lemon? Feeling enticed yet?
For the main event, you should get excited for this. As we said, Gaucho’s is expert when it comes to Argentinian-style meats, and if you’re in for steak, keep an eye out in this Adelaide city centre spot for bife de ancho comprising of 250g grain fed, Scotch fillet aged for 28 days, served with green chimichurri butter and the 500g chuleta T-bone with grilled mushrooms and veal & sherry jus. Gaucho’s also boasts plenty of seafood, pork, duck, lamb and chicken, so even if steak isn't for you, you’ll be more than satisfied. You’ll find this elegant and rustic Argentinian restaurant on Gouger Street in Adelaide’s city centre. Gaucho’s is popular for a very good reason though, so reserve your table now.