One of Joburg’s most iconic live-fire steak restaurants has moved. Che Argentine Grill closed up shop in Maboneng and opened its doors in Parkwood, and now it’s even better than before.
The new venue has the same rustic industrial feel of the old Che, but they’ve now added a beautiful outside garden area perfect for al fresco dining.
As before, Che aims to offer Joburg a real Argentine dining experience: the homemade chorizo and empanadas are legendary, as are the Argentinian cuts cooked over wood coals: the asado (short ribs), slow-cooked crispy pork belly, deboned chicken and the signature aranita (‘spider steak’ that you won’t find anywhere else in Joburg). But don’t worry, if you’re after something a little more local, you’ll also find the likes of sirloin and rib-eye.
They’ve also added an enormous open spit where they’ll be roasting larger cuts from afternoon into each evening. Oh, and the chimichurri sauce is seriously delicious.
Find the new and improved Che Argentine Grill at 128 Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood.
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