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I went for my birthday, and as we had a group of 10, we were offered the Tango Function Package, which included appetizers, sides and desserts to share, with a choice of main for 8 per person excluding service charge.
There was a good selection of starters, with Yellowfin Tuna and Watermelon Ceviche, hand cut Beef Sirloin Empanadas, Chorizo sausage served with chimichurri, hearts of palm salad with tomato, avocado and basil and a platter of Tango’s cured meats.
Milanesa napolitana is a variation on the breaded fried steak called milanesa that is popular in Argentina and Uruguay.
The salad was a good compliment to the meat heavy appetisers and the cured meat platter was also a winner.
For mains, we had a choice between a 12oz sirloin steak, lamb chump steak and seafood spaghetti.
Most of us opted for the sirloin steak (of course) but the two who chose the spaghetti were unfortunately disappointed, saying it lacked flavour and flair. The frankly gigantic portions plonked on our plates meant that even the guys were left struggling to ingest all 12oz of protein.
However, the 6 salsas served with the steak, (Criolla, Chimichurri, spicy tomato, Dijon mustard, grained mustard and horseradish), evened out the meat sweats most of us suffered afterwards!
Boasting a lovely Parilla fireplace, the interior in Tango has been designed to inspire a homely, rustic feel with a plethora of dark-wood and exposed brick.
At night, the light is dimmed to create an intimate atmosphere, the expanse of windows give customers a fun view of the passersby below and your eyes are drawn to the fireplace where plump cuts of La Pampa beef are grilled.