The 250-seat Southbank venue is working magic with an open fire pit and three-metre-long parilla grill.
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Published on July 01, 2024


Named after the traditional Argentinian style of slow-cooked barbecue and the relaxed dining experience it informs, Asado is centred around an open firepit and a custom-made three-metre-long charcoal parrilla grill.

Bright, bold and buzzy, the 250-seater steers away from the moody, intimate feel of its siblings (Palermo, San Telmo, Pastuso), boasting soaring windows and vibrant art deco features.

To match its fit-out, the menu is brimming with Argentinian flavours with Spanish touches. You'll spy snack-friendly jamón boards and tinned anchovy with guindilla peppers alongside kingfish ceviche with celeriac tiger's milk and grilled beef tongue skewers with smoked chilli and kampot pepper.

Rounding out the fun is a drinks list worthy of celebration — think sangria, Patagonian pilsner, sherry and a wine selection that highlights the best of Argentina's Mendoza region.


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