A low-slung, boathouse inspired building, Gaucho Richmond is a sophisticated way to spend a day on the river. Inside, the glass-panelled walls offer panoramic sights of Richmond Bridge and Petersham Meadows, so you can enjoy glorious views at any time of year. And in the summer months – under the branches of a towering plane tree – the waterside terrace hosts an alfresco kitchen, serving up seafood barbecues alongside our authentic Argentine steak.
I went with the humans to Gaucho in Richmond on a lovely summer evening. The restaurant is in a fantastic location, right on the river and has a large outside terrace area. Inside is a large, airy restaurant with floor to ceiling windows so you can still enjoy the view. Inside is air-conditioned so we doggies can keep cool on even the hottest days. Argentinian beef is what they do best here but they do have a full menu including some veggie dishes. The humans shared a Chateaubriand which they said was out of this world - well it must have been good because they didn’t save me any! Good job then that the waiter brought me some biscuits and a bowl of water. I highly recommend my four legged foodie friends pay them a visit. We doggies are allowed in all areas of the restaurant at all times in Richmond and Hampstead. All other Gaucho restaurants are dog friendly until 6.00pm each day.