CHE Asado is located on Little Stanley Street in the site which was formerly known as The Point Bistro.
Typically, authentic Asado involves cooking a variety of meats, such as beef, on an open grill or over an open fire. When cooking over an open fire, the coals are always made from native plants, as trees such as eucalyptus and pines permeate the meat with their over-powering smell. The asado is usually accompanied by grilled vegetables or a light fresh salad.
CHE Asado have taken inspiration from these traditional cooking techniques to create a menu that consists of a range of shared dishes, skewers, premium steaks and sides, all made with a focus on fresh produce and quality ingredients.
Diners looking for the full Argentinian experience may indulge in the Asado plate which features tender cape grim flank steak, spicy chorizo, morcilla and pork belly, served with green salad, hand cut chips and chimichurri.