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Manchester’s New Midnight Meat Marvel

Gaucho launches a meaty after-hours dining revolution

Written by . Published on February 1st 2013.


Manchester’s New Midnight Meat Marvel

SATUDAY late night options are about to get a lot juicer thanks to Deansgate’s Argentinian steakhouse Gaucho.

The Gaucho group has long been synonymous with prime cuts of beef but now midnight meat munchers can satisfy their opulent bovine cravings until the early hours with a new late night menu.

"Midnight dining is set to be the latest food trend in 2013 so we’re extremely excited to bring Gaucho’s first ever ‘Midnight Feast’ to Manchester"

The ‘Midnight Feasts’ menu, new for 2013, includes a four course meal with cocktails and the usual Malbec house wine on offer along with live music too. People booking in will get a sumptuous South American dining experience between 11pm and 1am.

Peter Ebbutt, Managing Director at Gaucho said: “We’re extremely excited to bring Gaucho’s first ever ‘Midnight Feast’ to Manchester. Our Head Chef Phil Neil has created an unusual menu designed to satisfy and surprise taste buds in opulent surroundings.”

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New York, Paris and many Asian cities take late night and even 24-hour dining as a given, but not so much in Britain. We tend to aim our late night food at drunken people whose taste buds have been conned by the waves of booze that have washed over them. Gaucho appears to be one of a handful of restaurants who are trying to offer an alternative late night foodie perspective though.

Over the four courses midnight diners can expect to sample an ‘avant-garde’ beef & chilli popcorn dish to start, followed by ‘Ceviche dog’ (a raw fish combination marinated in citrus juice and spices), followed by a trio of speciality sweets and rounded off with, of all things - candy floss.

Midnight Feasts Menu:


Beef & chilli popcorn

Ceviche dog

Trio of savoury sweets, Lomo lolly pop, Humita cones and candied mixed beet root

Dulce de leche candy floss

The Midnight Feasts menu is available every Saturday evening from 11pm-1am. To book tickets visit the Gaucho website here.

Gaucho.
2a St. Mary's Street, M3 2LB. 0161 833 4333.

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8 comments so far, continue the conversation, write a comment.

Calum McGFebruary 1st 2013.

Fab idea! I quite like eating around 2100 and it's amazing how many UK places have started to wind down by then. Quite a few plod on til 2200 but then it's largely game over unless you want some drunken kebab/curry/Chinese. Good on ya, Gaucho. Moo!

avoFebruary 1st 2013.

No real steak to speak of on that menu. I presume you'd be charged a premium for eating at a late hour and being in Gaucho too.

Poster BoyFebruary 1st 2013.

...finger food then.

David AddisonFebruary 3rd 2013.

Bring back the burger stalls. Remember when thereused to be loads of blokes with handcarts with sweaty burgers hotdogs and onions on sale.They used to be all around Piccadilly bus station.

David AddisonFebruary 3rd 2013.

Bring back the burger stalls. Remember when thereused to be loads of blokes with handcarts with sweaty burgers hotdogs and onions on sale.They used to be all around Piccadilly bus station.

Frank ShatliffFebruary 3rd 2013.

I knew a guy who had one of those in the 6os he wasnt the cleanest bloke .when i asked him about toilets and washing ,he didnt know what i was talking about its all about flavour he said ha ha

Steve5839February 5th 2013.

I agree, no one knew what they were made of, perhaps that was why they were called just burgers. Horse, pork, from what I remember did they have such fine cuts of meat?

AnonymousFebruary 5th 2013.

mmm sounds good but ould prefer to order a steak etc, also i note there are no prices advertised !!!!

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