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The bottomless Manchester Sunday roast with endless steak and wine

You can dig into 90 minutes of non-stop roast meats, gravy and all the trimmings at Gaucho every Sunday

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 7th September 2022

Over on Deansgate, there’s a premium steakhouse offering bottomless Sunday roasts with endless steak, gravy, all the trimmings, and non-stop wine.

We’re talking about Gaucho, the Argentinian steakhouse specialising in wet-aged steak so soft you can cut through it with a butter knife.

Just as famed for their fine wines as they are for their prime Las Pampas beef, on Sundays here you can really get the most for your money – opting for either their Never-Ending Roast or Beef and a Bottle deals.

If the sound of an endless roast dinner sounds appealing, then it’s the Never-Ending Roast you want to opt for. For £29.50, you can enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited roast meats, crispy potatoes, fluffy Yorkshire puddings and unlimited seasonal vegetables.

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Image: Gaucho Manchester
Image: Gaucho Manchester

Just like being at home, you can tuck into four portions (or more) without judgement – as long as you squeeze them in during the time limit.

Served on Sunday afternoons from 12-5pm, as part of the deal you can choose from three different joints of meat and there are no table limits – so even if there is a big group of you, you can still head down to celebrate together.

Alternatively, Gaucho diners can opt for the Beef and a Bottle offer, which gives diners the chance to enjoy free-flowing bottles of red, white and rose alongside an ever-changing steak menu featuring changing premium steak cuts alongside unlimited chips and chimichurri sauce for £60 each.

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All beef at Gaucho is bred in Argentina’s fertile Las Pampas region across 45 hand-selected farms. Reared by trusted partners of the restaurant, tcattle are left to roam freely and graze on seventeen different types of grass before being sent to slaughter.

The meat is then wet-aged to produce both a vibrant flavour and melt-in-the-mouth texture, something that is only available at Gaucho as the majority of steakhouses in Manchester only offer dry-aged meats.

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To find out more and make a booking, head over to Gaucho’s website here. You can view the menu offer details here

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