Moo Cantina to launch dedicated steakhouse concept in Soho

By James McAllister

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Photo credit: Facebook (@moopimlico)
Photo credit: Facebook (@moopimlico)

Related tags: steakhouse, Argentina, South america

London-based South American gastropub brand Moo Cantina is to launch a dedicated steakhouse concept in Soho next month.

Moo Steakhouse will hold 60 covers and specialise in rare breed beef that comes from 'ethically raised', grass-fed Black Angus Cattle in the Argentinian Pampas.

Steak cuts available on the menu will include rib-eye, rump and fillet, which can be ordered alongside dishes such as chargrilled aubergine; and Argentinian provolone cheese.

As well the 60-seat restaurant, Moo Steakhouse will also have a basement bar area with space for up to 35 guests that features a regular roster of DJs.

Moo Cantina currently only operates a single site in Pimlico, but did previously also have locations on Brick Lane and in the City.

“For the last two years there has not been a perfect time to open a restaurant," says Hernan Palacios, founder and director of Moo.

"However, I have full confidence in the high-quality steak that we serve, which has had meat lovers flock to Moo Cantina Pimlico for years; my staff, who have a superb track-record of delivering exceptional customer service; as well as the London public, who continue to show their unwavering passion for the restaurant experience and industry.”

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