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The newest gaucho on the block, Asado is the young cousin of restaurants San Telmo and Palermo. Part trendy newbie, part traditional asador, the latest addition to the San Telmo group brings both youthful charm and vibrant blood to Melbourne’s culinary scene.
An open fire pit and three metre bespoke charcoal parrilla grill is the spiritual and culinary centre of Asado – paying homage to the incomparable style and culinary ethos of slow-cooked barbeque. In theme with its sibling venues’ philosophy, Asado is unabashedly BBQ focused – with a menu of signature premium meats including O’Connor’s beef, lamb from Gippsland and Western Plains pork.
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