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In Spanish, “asado” refers to the techniques and socializing attached to a traditional barbecue, where meat is cooked low and slow on a grill over an open flame. In Griffintown, ASADO brings this authentic South American way of grilling meat to juicy perfection over an open fire to Montréal, offering cooking in its purest form – just fire, grill and meat.
This captivating new concept delivers a friendly, warm décor (as much from the hospitality as from the open flame), a lively atmosphere and a menu of mouth-watering eats where 90% of the dishes are cooked over a smoldering bed of coals and this, from the first cocktail to dessert!
Sun, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, 6 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Closed: Dec 25 and 26.
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