2 Feb, 2012 @ 10:06
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Beefing up Benalmadena

DINERS have the chance to get a taste of Argentina thanks to a new steak restaurant in Benalmadena.

Gaucho Grill – run by the team behind a string of Costa del Sol eateries including Mumtaz and Polo House – will serve the best cuts of beef courtesy of its Argentinian chefs.

“We’ve had great feedback so far,” owner Sunil Nandkishore told the Olive Press.

“We have a great terrace and people love coming and sitting with a cocktail, overlooking the harbour.”

Eloise Horsfield

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  1. I take it that this restaurant will only cater for the foreigners.

    Apparently before we moved to Guadix there had been an Argentinian rstaurant that specialised in serving the best beef – it failed because there were very few foreigners living there then and the Spanish simply won’t change their diet except for crap burgers.

    What northener in their right mind would choose Spanish style lamb swimming in oil over roast lamb or roast beef.

    For years we missed ‘real’ lamb and beef – now happy and well fed here in the Avreyon.

    Who else collected the excellant traditional recipes (most of which were Arab) which came with the Granada Hoy paper some years ago now. I never saw a single one available in any restaurant in Granada province – if only.

  2. we visited the gaucho grill at puerto marina when we had a holiday the first week in january, we had the mixed grill for 2 people all i can say is amazing WOW so enjoyed every mouthful, we will defo be back on our next visit

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