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. 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.
Our 5 course dinner includes a picada (cheese and cold-cut platter), salad, "achuras" (grilled starters), a great steak and if you're able, some dessert. Additionally, each course is paired with a specifically selected Argentine boutique wine. But most importantly, you will have a chance to learn what an asado is and feels like.
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: