Gaucho Smithfield

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Smithfield

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  • Address:

    Gaucho Smithfield 93A Charterhouse Street
    London
    EC1M 6HL

  • Venue phone:

    020 7490 1676

  • Venue website:

    www.gauchorestaurants.co.uk

  • Opening hours:

    Meals served noon-11pm Mon-Sat

  • Transport:

    Tube: Barbican tube or Farringdon tube/rail

  • Price:

    Main courses £15.50-£96.60

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Tabitha G

As someone who genuinely enjoys good steaks, I have tried out many of the better steak restaurants in London, including most of the Gaucho chain. I have also had the pleasure of enjoying some excellent steaks in Argentina. So what of Gaucho Smithfield. Well, I have been to one or two places where I have had a better steak, but they are truly the exception, and on a second visit to one of these restaurants I was horribly disappointed. Quality and consistency is where Gaucho really delivers compared to many other steak specialists. I have used this Smithfield branch often, and have never had a steak that was less than excellent. My husband and I like our steaks cooked differently, and this is one of the few restaurants where we both get what we want, every time. The Argentine wines are also excellent and the staff genuinely seem to relish providing an outstanding service and ensuring that you enjoy your whole dining experience. So why not five stars? Well, the prices are steep, even if they may be justified, the bathrooms are always just that bit too dark, and personally the music at Smithfield could be a little more relaxed. But they are minor gripes. This is a firm favourite for me.