I went with 2 friends, one a Sikh. Perhaps a steak restaurant is not the ideal place to eat for someone for whom the cow is sacred. But a little more sensitivity towards Sikhs should be introduced; the waitress brought a platter of raw steaks to our table. Personally I thought this was totally unnecessary and somewhat patronising but so much worse with a Sikh on the table. The starters were nearly all over £10 and our steaks well over £20 but in Central London that is to be expected. Unfortunately one third of my steak was inedible. Surely seeing so much meat cast aside someone should have enquired why? I was a guest and felt unable to complain and my friend's plate was cleared fully! My other colleague's pork appeared fine after he insisted on having it well done. Again, there was a degree of insensibility in trying to persuade him to have it medium rare - against his beliefs! There is a very good executive feel about Gaucho and the prices reflect that. My Sauvignon Blanc was about the cheapest wine at £25. Expect to pay £35+ for a decent red. The staff are lovely and friendly and really 'appealing' which helps cushion the blow of the bill.
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