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Where to eat Argentinian food in Manchester

12 months ago

The Winter World Cup is over and this writer at least is breathing a sigh of relief that the television is free once again. Celebrate the Argentinian win with a big slab of meat at Manchester’s representative Argentinian restaurants.

Jardim brings you the tradition and heritage of churrasco, the grill cookery popular in Brazilian, Uruguayan and Argentinian cuisine, along with Brazil’s rodizio-style all-you-can-eat style restaurant service.

The first Gaucho opened in 1994, with a vision of bringing the world’s best steak to London. Gaucho’s beef comes from premium Black-Angus cattle bred at hand-selected farms on the Pampas flatlands of Argentina.

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    Restaurant - South American

    “Flames and flora” are promised by South Manchester’s South American-inspired grilled meat joint Jardim – Portuguese for “garden – and we’d also add in “fancy”, as Fazenda and Tast co-owner Robert Melman is the name on the Altrincham churrasco’s chequebook.

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  • Steak at Gaucho
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    Gaucho Manchester

    Restaurant - South American

    For many people, Argentinian restaurant Gaucho Manchester is the destination in the city for very good steak paired with very good wine. Housed in a converted Methodist church on Deansgate, with an open kitchen, and the original church organ still in-situ, it’s also known as one of Manchester’s best-looking spaces for dining.

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