SOUPS / SALADS
Del Abuelo Lentils with vegetables and spaghetti Jugo de Carne Traditional meat juice prepared to your taste with lemon, onion, hot green pepper, worcester sauce, pepper & olive oil Sopa Azteca Delicious and fresh Mexican soup Argentinian Mixed Salad Lettuce, Onions and Tomato with an Herbs Vinaigrette
Róbalo al Menier with a Mediterranean flavor Róbalo Pesto, a classical Italiani flavor
Pechuga Oreganato Chicken Breast in a Mustard and Oregano Sauce Pechuga a la Barbacoa Picante
Grilled Chicken Breast in a Spicy and Hot Sauce
Rib Eye By choice, our best, garnished with french fries or provenzal fries Filet Mignon
Soft Meat and Low fat, the champ. Arrachera
A classic Argentine fine cut, fatless soft and juicy La Parrillada
A combination of baby beef, arrachera, chicken, highly seasoned beef sausage ( chorizo), sausage, garnished with French fries Milanesa de Res
Soft beef filet breaded and fried Chateaubriand
Selected ribeye heart. Fatless soft and juicy Chateaubriand Costra Pimienta
Fatless soft and juicy prepared with a Pepper Custer & home sauce Tampiqueña
Grilled thin cut of beef served with beans, fried tacos, guacamole and an enchilada with spicy red mole sauce
information about Gaucho Grill / Metsuyan
Maguen David Mehadrin / Glatt Kosher
Hours Sunday 1:00p.m. - 10:00p.m.
Mon-Thu- 1:00 pm -12:00 am
Friday- open only for on premise catering, with prior notice.
Sat. Night- From Motzaei Shabbat- 1:00 am
Mexico City is known for having great non-Kosher restaurants. But, before the Gaucho Grill, there were no serious Kosher options in Mexico City. However, owners, father and son, Victor and Gabriel Romano, wanted to create a place that was no different from the non-Kosher restaurants. They exerted every effort to offer quality in each aspect of the dining experience: Food, Decor and Service. And that dedication was validated in 2003 when the restaurant was awarded “one of the 100 best restaurants in Mexico.” Decorated by a prestigious architectural firm in Mexico, the restaurant has two dining rooms, accented by candles and flowers. The decor is modern with a classical Argentinean twist. There are several plasma screens for viewing sporting events. Gaucho Grill’s house specialty is the Chateaubriand - their Prime Cut served over Papa Paja in a delicious wine and pepper sauce. While Gaucho Grill occupies the lower level, you will find the upstairs has more a laid back atmosphere in their second restaurant, called Metsuyan. With a Chinese cuisine and sushi bar, they are the only kosher chinese restaurant in Mexico City. When you’re there, be sure to try their signature dish - the Metsuyan Steak. It is a soft marbled steak served over Chinese vegetables, with sesame and soy sauce. Throughout the almost seven years the Romanos have been operating their restaurants, they've become the must stop for kosher visitors, and the choice option for business meetings and family reunions. Conveniently, the restaurant offers shipping throughout Mexico. Gabriel states, “I believe tourists that visit Mexico City do not expect to find such a good kosher option.” Gabriel, they will, now.
Jan 2015 - Ate here four times over three days during a business trip. Primarily Spanish speaking waiters, but I had locals with me twice, so that helped. Good place to take business associates. Tried the following all of which was excellent - Empanadas, Chorizo, Rib Eye Steak, Filet Mignon, the sampler appetizer, another kind of sausage. the last night I went to Metsuyan and shared the rib eye tacos to start along with the spring rolls, and the tacos was so good, i ordered it again as the main.
During a very busy business trip in Mexico City I got fed up with my tuna cans in the hotel and visited the Gaucho Grill. It was a pleasure. Very friendly Spanish only speaking waiters. Very good food, quality and well prepared. Large selection of meat. Next time I am going to Mexico I will look for a hotel next to the restaurant. A must for the kosher traveler.
My daughter and I were in Mexico City last week and had dinner at the restaurant. The food was great - especially the empanadas - and the staff was wonderful - the chef Israel, the waiters and the valet parkers. As a matter of fact, on Christmas Day when it was impossible to get a cab, one of the men at the stand drove us to our hotel himself. We went back just before we left and had another great dinner and were welcomed by each and every employee once again. We HIGHLY recommend the Gaucho Grill to anyone in Mexico City.