Garufin
Verdict based on 4 critic, 1 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
Restaurant Profile »

Address: 8b Lambs Conduit Passage, London WC1R 4RG

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7430 9073

Sister restaurant to Garufa, Garufin serves Argentine cuisine in an informal walk-in cafe/bar and a more formal restaurant downstairs that takes reservations. Classic grills are served alongside a small-bite menu, as well as breakfast and lunch.

Latest reviews of Garufin

amol_rajan

Amol Rajan, The Independent

7 April 2013

Argentine cuisine is distinguished by high-class beef, a reliance on corn, and a variety of Mediterranean and Italian influences. And all those are evident here – just not brilliantly so…

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jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

3 March 2013

Steaks are sold by the 100gm: £7 for the ribeye and sirloin, £10 for the fillet. Each is cut proper thick and given a serious charcoal char. Ask for it medium and they’ll send it out medium rare. (…) The point is they take their meat seriously here…

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Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

20 December 2012

The “Lomo & caracu” is the single most expensive item on the menu, but fortunately was everything I was hoping it would be, a perfectly-seared chunk of tender fillet steak boasting that gentle gamey freshness, and marrow presented in a bisected bone for you to scoop out and eat with it…

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Tania Ballantine

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

12 November 2012

Another highlight was grilled pork loin, the smoky, charred meat sat on a heap of sweeter-than-usual humita (creamed corn), a happy marriage not unlike matching pig with apple sauce. It came with a disturbingly good black pudding croquette…

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What the Critics say

amol_rajan

Amol Rajan, The Independent

7 April 2013

Argentine cuisine is distinguished by high-class beef, a reliance on corn, and a variety of Mediterranean and Italian influences. And all those are evident here – just not brilliantly so…

Read full review »
jay_rayner

Jay Rayner, The Observer

3 March 2013

Steaks are sold by the 100gm: £7 for the ribeye and sirloin, £10 for the fillet. Each is cut proper thick and given a serious charcoal char. Ask for it medium and they’ll send it out medium rare. (…) The point is they take their meat seriously here…

Read full review »
Tania Ballantine

Tania Ballantine, Time Out

12 November 2012

Another highlight was grilled pork loin, the smoky, charred meat sat on a heap of sweeter-than-usual humita (creamed corn), a happy marriage not unlike matching pig with apple sauce. It came with a disturbingly good black pudding croquette…

Read full review »
CityAM

City A.M. Editors, City A.M.

6 November 2012

For the main course I went straight for the sirloin steak and chimichurri (bife de chorizo) with roasted baby potatoes. Rather disappointingly, the meat was only marginally better than you would get from any decent high street grill – succulent and well seasoned but missing that “X factor”…

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What the Bloggers say

Cheese_and_Biscuits

Chris Pople, Cheese and Biscuits

20 December 2012

The “Lomo & caracu” is the single most expensive item on the menu, but fortunately was everything I was hoping it would be, a perfectly-seared chunk of tender fillet steak boasting that gentle gamey freshness, and marrow presented in a bisected bone for you to scoop out and eat with it…

Read full review »