• Book a 5 Course Steak Dinner at Buenos Aires' Secret Steak House

    Event Days & Hours:

    Monday at 8:45pm

    Tuesday at 8:45pm

    Thursday at 8:45pm

    Saturday at 8:30pm

    Office Hours:

    Monday-Friday at 1pm-6pm

    Saturday at 2pm-6pm

    Tel: +54 11 4776-0780



    Your private asado experience begins now

    Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

    Click here to see what our asado includes
    We will confirm the date after checking availability. (MM/DD/YYYY)

    Each dinner costs $85.00 USD per person.

    You will only be charged a deposit of $42.50 US dollars per person after we confirm the date and time of your event.

    By confirming, you agree to the terms and conditions.

    *Please contact us if you have dietary restrictions

    Terms and Conditions

    By clicking "Reserve your steaks!" you understand and agree to the following terms and conditions: 1) That you authorize Steaks by Luis to charge your credit card a $42.50 usd non-refundable deposit per person. 2) That you authorize Steaks by Luis to charge your credit card the remainder of the balance due upon your attendance of the steak event. 3) That you are of legal drinking age in Argentina (18 years old). 4) That you have previously advised Steaks by Luis of any food allergy you have in a timely manner, at least 24 hours before the event you are attending and have received a receipt of confirmation of your notice from one of our team members (please email info@steakbuenosaires.net).


    The fixed 5 course dinner menu, for U$D 85, is accompanied by a formal presentation of all the cuts and cooking techniques.

    1st course: Traditional Welcome Picada, Charcuterie Platter
    2nd course: Mixed Greens Salad with Confit Tomatoes, Apples and a House-made Honey Mustard Vinaigrette
    3rd course: Achuras, assorted cuts of meat grilled to perfection and served with typical Argentine Sauces
    4th course: 350g Premium Steak with a Side of Roasted Vegetables
    5th course: Dulce de Leche Cheesecake, Whipped Cream and Candied Orange Peel

    Each course has a unique wine pairing specifically chosen to accompany it. All wines is sourced from small boutique wineries around Argentina and is limited production.


    This is not your average steaks dinner. While it's no secret that Argentine beef is worth flying around the world for, visitors to Buenos Aires don't always get the chance to experience an Argentine asado and its many rituals and traditions. Here at Steaks by Luis we not only focus on high quality cuts grilled to perfection but also the entire dining experience. We want our guests to participate in a typical Argentine asado and feel like they're in Luis' home.

    With seating around a communal table we encourage everyone to get to know their neighbors and make new friends. We also invite you to move about the space, join Luis alongside the grill or just sit back, relax and enjoy the wine.

    The 5-course Asado includes a traditional picada, salad, achuras, the star of the show steak and dessert. Additionally, each course is paired with a specifically selected Argentine boutique wine to enhance your dining experience.

    An asado is so much more than a piece of beef on a plate so skip the parrilla circuit and join us for a night of food, wine and sharing as we bring the best of Argentine traditions into an urban, closed-door setting. Learn about the ingredients, techniques, secrets, rituals and traditions that make Argentine asados so special. Discover how Argentines prepare and enjoy their asado from actual Argentines!

    Have any questions? Read our FAQ or click here to contact us!


    Our loft is situated in a unique location in Palermo Soho, perfect for hosting small and large groups alike in a warm and comfortable setting.

    Also unique to our space is the beautiful parrilla (grill). You will have front-row access to it along with an Argentine host there to answer any questions and walk you through Argentina’s rich asado traditions.




    Luis was born and raised here in Argentina. When asked how he began doing asados his response was ‘you don’t start doing asados, it’s part of life to know how to do them’. From age 11 he was put in charge of the parrilla (the grill) taking over for his grandfather Rodolfo, an expert whose craft he observed for years. Luis estimates that he has been the asador (grillman) at over one thousand asados, which is why when it comes to having the best Argentine asado experience, Luis is your man!

    Want to get to know Luis a little better? Here’s a quick Q & A with the asador:

    • Why is asado important to you?
      Because it’s a way of coming together and feeding people you care about delicious food.
    • When you do an asado how do you feel?
      Before hand I’m always anxious about how it’s going to turn out. I want it to be perfect. During the actual asado I feel comfortable, the parrilla is where I belong. Then after I’m always satisfied to have provided enjoyable food for everyone.
    • What’s your favorite food?
      1. Asado, 2. Pizza (made on the grill of course!) and 3. Gnocchi
    • What’s your favorite part of the asado?
      The achuras! I go crazy for achuras!! The steak is an important part of the asado but I think I could live off of achuras.
    • How do you feel about vegetables?
      I like them a lot, not as much as meat obviously, but sometimes I’ll add them to the grill and then prepare a warm salad to accompany the meat.

    Have any questions? Read our FAQ or click here to contact us!