Manchester’s most talked about brunch is back – and weekends in the city centre have just got a whole lot better.

Gaucho’s legendary Electro Brunch returns this month. Budding foodies with a penchant for the finer things in life can drink and dine at this ultimate brunch experience, every Saturday between 11am and 4pm.

And with the beats pumping into the early afternoon, it’s every weekend bruncher’s dream come true as the biggest and best house music is curated by a selection of Manchester’s most sought after DJs.

Putting every other bottomless brunch to shame, Gaucho’s Electro Brunch provides a brilliantly thought out menu offering some Latin twists on British brunch classics all of which can be enjoyed unlimited.

Sit back, relax and overindulge with dishes including the signature salt beef eggs Benedict, classic steak and eggs, baked Provoleta cheese with caramelised onions, oregan, aji molido, and sourdough toast – and a choripán, an Argentine classic, an epic chorizo sausage sandwich with chimichurri that will set your taste buds racing.

Whether you’re recouping and recovering from the night before, or prepping for a big night out on the town, it makes perfect sense to wind down or rev it up at the city’s most talked about brunching weekender.

Chilled out vibes and free-flowing cocktails are also served in equal measures, it’s the perfect spot for a weekend tipple so start hounding the group chat and get the squad booked in for an afternoon of fun.

And we haven’t even gotten to the cocktails yet!

Served alongside the usual Bloody Mary and Aperol Spritz day-time classics – there are also some new bespoke serves which include Pornstar and Espresso Martinis and a Bourbon Mary made up of Jim Beam double oak and smokey Bloody Mary mix, the perfect hangover cure.

Or, go premium and enjoy free-flowing sparkling Argentine wine with both Domaine Chandon and Chandon Rose ensuring there’s plenty of bubbles to go around.

And why not end on a sugar high with a sweet treat of cinnamon churros – complete with warm dulce de leche sauce for dipping?

Something tells us you’re going to need a serious afternoon nap after taking on this ultimate brunching feast.

Parties of eight or more guests may have to be seated at separate tables, but Gaucho will always try to ensure you’re seated as close to your nearest and dearest as possible.

The bottomless brunch is valid for two hours from the time of seating. That’s 120 minutes of drinking and dining indulgence. Bookings are made between 11 am and 2 pm to ensure diners get their full two-hour slot.

Now the only decision you have left to make it is picking a date for the diary.

Taking place every Saturday between 11am and 4pm, the Electro Brunch Feast costs £49.95 per person, with the Premium upgrade costing £59.95 per person.

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