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WHERE NOT TO WATCH THE WORLD CUP

For fine dining connoisseurs, not football fans

If you’d rather be dining in style than watching the World Cup matches, this is the list for you. Our guide on ‘Where Not to Watch the World Cup’ features an edit of Regent Street’s international restaurants, inspired by nations competing for the World Cup title.

Argentina –Gaucho:25 Swallow St, W1B 4QR

Set in the former home of a Spanish Ambassador, Gaucho Piccadilly embodies Argentine style. Using beef sourced solely from the Pampas region, Gaucho provides the chance to enjoy the finest of Argentinian steak, or other traditional fare such as empanadas and ceviche.

Set in the former home of a Spanish Ambassador, Gaucho Piccadilly embodies Argentine style. Using beef sourced solely from the Pampas region, Gaucho provides the chance to enjoy the finest of Argentinian steak, or other traditional fare such as empanadas and ceviche.

Set in the former home of a Spanish Ambassador, Gaucho Piccadilly embodies Argentine style. Using beef sourced solely from the Pampas region, Gaucho provides the chance to enjoy the finest of Argentinian steak, or other traditional fare such as empanadas and ceviche.

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