Evoking the essence of Argentinian cooking, Gaucho Tower Bridge offers a passionately compiled mix of steaks, classic South American recipes, and drinks compiled by a 'Bartender of the Decade' award winner. Contrasting with the simplicity and richness of the dishes, the sultry, clean-cut dining room pays homage to its meat-focused menu, decked out in smooth leather and spotted cow hide. A 150-strong wine list celebrates Argentina's unrivalled growing regions and includes some supreme rare bottles, while the cocktail list takes inspiration from Buenos Aires culture from 1930 through to 1960.
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Gaucho Tower Bridge
2C More London PlaceSouthwarkLondonSE1 2JP
The Gaucho restaurant is perfectly situation next to Tower Bridge and City Hall. Great location!
What caught me right away was the cow hide style chairs inside. The ambiance is perfect and the staff were amazing to say the least.
They make all the drinks you can want and stuck to the Cabernet Franc, Casarena Laruens Vineyard, from Mendoza. It was delicious!!
Here is what we had for...more
Hands down, the best steak I've ever had.
Awesome service, unique dining experience, fantastic ambiance, and phenomenal drinks/cocktails.
Next time I'm across the pond, dinner at Gaucho's is definitely on the agenda.more
Great location and good food!
Had sunday lunch, roasted beef that came with appetizer and dessert. Very tasty and great service.
Oddly the appetiser was Italian Arancini at argentinean steak house but was tasty. The english dessert , merengue with cream and berries was good.
Looking oveer the bridge tower. Pretty awesome.more
The starters here are quite good and innovative. Somehow, I must have not been lucky with the beef last couple times I went there. The first time my ribeye came out well done when I ordered it medium rare. The next time I went there, my lomo fillet was cooked as ordered. However, both times I didn't feel like the meat had much flavor to it - tasted a bit bland and metallic. I must confess that...more
My friends decided to take me here.. it's got a great view of the bridge and of course if cow themed (think chairs with cow hides).
I got the ribeye... Argentinian beef is to die for.
You can also get the marinated ribeye.. a bit garlicky.. but good too.
The vegetables and sides suck though.
Posh environment... you might want to put on something nice.more