Carnivores looking to expand their range of meat consumption and sink their teeth into more than just the US and Aussie offerings, can check out Mezza9’s new menu (updated June 2011). The Argentinian steak and wine pairing (until 17 July) is centred around grass-fed beef flown in from the homeland. All char-grilled, the offerings include sirloin, ribeye and tenderloin cuts, and are served alongside a chimichurri sauce that enlivens the spread. We were disappointed with some of the weak attempts at traditional dishes: the chorizo (sausage) was more of a Spanish tapa than something from a Buenos Aires barbecue, and the provoleta, lacking appropriate seasoning, was served alongside the main course rather than taking its traditional role as an appetiser. But for those seduced by meaty offerings, this menu’s for you.