Established since 2002 with over 24 restaurants under its belt, F&B group Dining Concepts has been constantly updating their portfolio with newness to both first-time and returning diners alike. Their latest eatery to add excitement to their menu is Argentinian steakhouse, Tango.
Up on the first floor of Carfield Building on the ever-buzzing bar and restaurant precinct of Wyndham Street, the South American meat experts are offering a wider selection of dishes to feed the Central office crowd. Serving a selection of sumptuous Buenos Aires style appetisers, mains, side dishes and beverages for lunch.
Classics such as the Braised beef empanada in traditional Argentinian savoury pastry and Salchicha Parrillera sausage served with green onion and chimichurri are back on the menu by popular demand. While new dishes like the Grilled chicken puttanesca salad with tomatoes, olives, radish, red onion and anchovies makes its debut at Tango. The light and refreshing medley of seasonal vegetables promises a “waterfall of flavours” according to Chef Alfredo Perez who heads up the restaurant.
Under the mains selection, the Tango offer guests two options under the Gaucho steam mains: the Ribeye steak comes with a platter of dipping sauces ranging from English and Dijon mustard, horseradish, tangy barbecue to Latin chimichurri, while the Lamb Sepulveda on potatoes is drizzled with Salmuera sauce. Both open-fire recipes come from chef’s personal heritage, and were handed down to him through generations.
Heavy gaucho style meats might not be stomach-able midday, so chef thoughtfully designed four Porteño mains for guests who prefer lighter options. Tango’s timeless dinner service dishes are now made available at lunch. Favourites include the Dry aged cheeseburger, Grilled fish with carrots and ginger purée, and Creamy spinach and cherry tomato linguini.
To end on a sweet note, the hearty meal is finished off with self-indulgent desserts. The Crêpe with almond ice cream and amaretto is delightfully and surprisingly light to balance out the previous, more flavoursome, dishes. Meanwhile, the Pan tostado coffee ice cream with maple syrup is likely to bring back childhood memories, as it nods to Hong Kong’s original French toast culture, but with a Latin twist.
- Lunch at Tango Argentinian Steak House starts at HK$158 + 10%