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Gaucho Manchester

Location pin

2a, St Mary's Street, Manchester, M3 2LB - 

  • Users

    Up to
    200 guests

Gaucho Manchester is a majestic, multi-level restaurant and cocktail bar set inside an old Methodist church.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 200

Dining

Dining

up to 150

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 10

Amenities

Tea

Tea

Disabled access

Disabled access

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Heating

Heating

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Natural light

Natural light

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Space rules

Cancellation policy

100% refundable 5 days before the event

Location

Reviews

  • Ellie

    April 2024

    I couldn’t recommend this place more, celebrated my boyfriend’s birthday here and the waiter we had was absolutely incredible and so kind. The steak was absolutely amazing, we both ordered a 300g ribeye and it was one of the best/the best steak we’ve ever eaten. I also requested for something to be brought out for his birthday and it couldn’t have been better, he ended up receiving a biscoff cheesecake free of charge, and compared to other places in Manchester, the portion was great compared to a 2 by 2 inch brownie we are used to. Amazing staff, amazing atmosphere, amazing restaurant

  • Keting He

    March 2024

    Food is good however heavy taste recommend if you like tasting all your flavours. Setting is too dark for good picture. The table that we booked wasn’t the best location however lovely manger and staff. Steak was top notch 100% would come back just for the steak.

  • Tasting Senses

    April 2024

    I had dinner here and the restaurant is lovely and the staff really nice. I ordered a 300g rump steak rare and it came medium rare at best and was a bit chewy, and the knife they provide you to cut it is awful. As the sides I chose the chips (which come with chimichurri salt and are absolutely delicious, the best part of the meal) and truffle mac and cheese (I hated them, they barely tasted like cheese or truffle, just like butter, and I think that they forgot to season them as they didn’t even seem to have salt). With the steak they provide chimichurri sauce, which was okay. For dessert I ordered the tray baked cookie dough, which has chocolate chips, dulce de leche and vanilla ice cream, and I enjoyed it, even though I would personally put a bigger portion of ice cream as the cookie by itself is a bit dry. Finally I found the water quite expensive (5£ per bottle), as well as charging for ketchup, mayo and a bigger gratuity than the one listed on the menu (13%) a bit of a rip off. For the paid price I’d look into a better alternative.