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About Gaucho Grill
Gaucho Grill Argentinean Steakhouse offers a combination of South American fare with an Italian influence that introduces guests to an unforgettable melody of flavors. Located in the heart of White Plains, with complementary valet parking, your dining experience is sure to be an unforgettable one.
White Plains, NY 10601
Argentinean, Steakhouse, Italian
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Between Main Street and Hamilton Avenue
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Gaucho Grill offers daily complimentary valet service.
Bee-line Bus System stops at North Broadway and Main Street (1 minute walk to restaurant).
Only a ten minute walk from the Metro North Railroad Station (White Plains stop available local and express).
Private Party Facilities:
Private dining to accomodate your special event needs
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call Gaucho Grill when planning your next event.
Gaucho Grill Ratings and Reviews
This was my second visit to Gaucho's Grill. My family was an hour and a half late. The staff could not have been more gracious and understanding. When they arrived including an active 2-year old in tow, my family were welcomed warmly and seated. The food, of course, is outstanding. My weakness is the beef empenada. Since Gauchos is an Argentinian steak house, I decided to try the surf and turf and savor that special beef. The lobster was also superbly cooked. My guests had the sea bass and paella. Our 2 and 7 year olds ordered from the children's menu. Creme brulee is one of my favorites and Gauchos doesn't it beautifully. The valet parking also makes a huge difference for a senior (me). Just an easy and great overall experience.
Gaucho was fairly good, my husband had th duck wrap which he liked. I am not a fan of duck, i tried his appetizer and i didn’t like I️t but that can be personal preference. I ordered chicken empanadas and being a fan of empanadas, i prefer the ones we make at home more: i had the sea bass over spinach with a side a of mash potatoes and I️t was delicious. So good. My husband had the parradilla, the chursascco from it was very good also. We also ordered tostones and they were yummy. His dish was huge and brought a lot of different meats. He really enjoyed I️t. We went for his bday, and I loved how they decorated the dessert for him, we had flan and cheesecake, we enjoyed both. The decor is very pretty as well.
The food is always delicious. The menu has something for all. The 5 of us started off with chicken empanadas, mussels, and 3 different salads. For entrees we had Chilean sea bass (my favorite there), stuffed flounder and the Argentinan churrasco steak. We all loved what we ate. My friend was given a beautifully decorated plate of dessert for her birthday. Great evening.
We have been there few times when the old owners were there, food is good service was good but I was disappointed with my steak, I ordered the 26oz steak which had a price tag of $52.00 I got to tell you it was more like a 16oz , it also came with 4 small pieces of steak fries and chimichurri sauce on the side so I'm not sure if I will ever order that again.
Been to gaucho grill several times with friends
Very lovely dining room , attentive service food very good to excellent
Had red sangria and skirt steak
Hubby had sea bass , both very good
Arrived early at 6:30 , was not too busy , able
To talk with friend at table , by 7:30 very crowded and difficult to have conversation
A bit pricey but ove very nice night out and will come again
My husband and I invited a couple of our friends for dinner. We all loved what we had. The shrimp appetizer, salad, steaks, seafood palleya were all well made. Although they ran out of Tiramisu we ordered, they offered cheesecake as an alternative. It was good, especially with their coffee. The service was very good. The staffs were well trained. The room was a bit darker. I had trouble reading the receipt, and double tipping. But the wait staff came back to let me know that the tips already included on the receipt. I appreciated his honesty. And the restaurant offers free valet parking, that save us time walking on the street in a freezing night.
To be honest I have been here a few times I’ve never had a bad experience here except for the last time I went which was this past Tuesday which happened to be during their Restaurant week. Big mistake ordering off the restaurant week menu you could tell the quality wasn’t there they used sub par ingredients and flavorless food. If you however ordered off the regular menu everything was fine. Moral of the story, don’t waste your money on the restaurant week menu there, go spend the regular price and get the full experience.
The seafood paella was very bland. It would seem to me that the rice was cooked separately fro seafood. My husband’s sole was delicious. I don’t think the restaurant with the price especially the beverages. I also think that even though restaurant week only offers 3 course meal it would be in the restaurants best interest to thrown in a cup of coffee with dessert.
The valet area needs clear signage, maybe prevent people from parking in front that are not visiting the restaurant and have the attendants be present and visible from the street, as well as being professional to the diners arriving. We were confused when driving up and met with yelling from the attendants as well as witnessing diner after diner leave their car in the street to walk into the restaurant and inquire about the valet service. I did not expect this kind of service, especially in this area. Aside from that, we had a wonderful meal and the staff was pleasant, from the hostess to the servers. The food is exceptional and I love the decor. I'm glad we found this restaurant. I have already begun to spread the word and will be visiting again for after work get-togethers, most definitely.
My friend and I went for restaurant week and I had the Chicken Empanada, the Seafood Paella, and Tiramisu. The empanada and Tiramisù were good, but I was very disappointed with the Seafood Paella. It had no flavor at all and the clams were very chewy and difficult to swallow. I don't think I will be going back.
I have been to their Sunday brunches many times but I was very disappointed the last time I visited the restaurant. The brunch was cold, lack of flavors and defiantly not the gaucho grill I was used to. Either they have a new chef or the quality of the food went down
The food was fabulous! I had the tuna which was perfectly cooked and deliciously rare served with a spicy mango and mixed vegetable salsa. The pork chop was thinly pounded, rolled and stuffed with mushrooms, onions and cheese. Both dishes were both creative and delicious.
The service was both attentive and professional. This restaurant is a gem!
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