Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston)

Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Location

Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Maps
Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Address 229 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 9RP
Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Phone 0121 455 9331
Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Opening Hours Monday - Friday : 12noon - 3pm, 5:30pm - 11pm
Saturday & Sunday : 12noon - 11pm
Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Food Price £35 - £60 per pax
Payment by Cash,Cards

What people say about Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston)

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4.1
65 reviews
  • On entering you are warmly greeted and shown to a bar to the right with seating

  • It was quiet to begin with but soon filled up and had a good atmosphere

  • The decoration is pleasant but not entirely to my liking

  • An exposed brick wall with metal bread oven doors dominates the room

  • At the back is an open plan kitchen showing the chefs busy at work on the large Asado (barbecue)

  • A meat feast was what we&rsquo

  • D come for and a meat feast is what we ordered

  • Cheese and bread with sobrasada (a rich pork based spread)

  • The quantity was perfect for a starter

  • Very rare steak was one of the best I have ever tasted

  • Salsicha criolla (tasty mini sausages with a citrus flavour)

  • Chorizo and morcilla curada or black sausage with garlic and paprika (for me too overpowering)

  • The selection was served with a small dishes of good sauces (chimichurri and malbec)

  • Whereas I decided another beer was in order for me

  • The almond and orange tart served with honeyed ice cream looked good and seemed to disappear very quickly (so it must have been good)

  • Went down very well with the meat feast

  • It had some of the best meats I have eaten out for a long time

  • This restaurant is of a high calibre and the price reflects this so I have reviewed it accordingly

  • The menu can be expensive but the value for money was good about £

  • 300 for 6 with mains/ a few desserts and a fair bit of alcohol (I think it was 3 bottles of wine a few shots and a few beers)

  • Considering it was a bit of a feast I think the price was reasonable

  • The restaurant was misleading from the outside

  • Looking at face value to be a rundown building on Hagley Road with an Argentine flag outside and limited parking (reasonable at the back looked a bit dodgy for the cars parked at the front)

  • Once inside it was a different story

  • Well presented staff in a comfortable setting in style with the restaurant

  • I found the service to be of the highest standard and was suitably impressed from booking to the end of the meal

  • We felt welcome upon entering and our waitress was attentive throughout

  • She explained how each cut would be when cooked which was quite helpful for the larger dishes (they have a 40oz t bone which was cooked pretty well considering its size)

  • I did notice that the staff taking the orders were much more professional than the staff serving the meals

  • The restaurant was absolutely packed and I noticed the serving staff squeezing past customers and even forcing themselves in front of customers being seated

  • The overall service was very good however and enough to compensate for this minor occurrence (however I wouldn't expect customers to be brushed aside in any restaurant let alone on of this calibre)

  • I would say that if you order the large 40oz t bone to ask for it to be seasoned more as it was lacking compared to the other dishes

  • Towards the end we asked for part of the t bone to be cooked a little more as it was too rare for our liking and they were happy to oblige)

  • Oddly enough for a steakhouse I thought the sausages and chicken of the mixed grill were the best parts of the meal

  • I was slightly disappointed with the short ribs that were ordered as having had this cut abroad in south america in the past I held very high expectations

  • I came expecting them to be cut long with most of the bone intact

  • This is actually only part of the short ribs with the majority of the meat being from a different cut

  • Desserts were ordered with 2 of us opting for the churros and one portion of the orange pancakes

  • Pancakes were great and the ice cream that came with it was dense

  • The churros wasn't fully cooked through and was like a soggy donut inside

  • The replacement was better but still a bit of a soggy inside (maybe a bad batch

  • Considering every seat was full with a few covers

  • Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) is really recommended

  • The pasta had a thick tomato sauce with a subtle taste of spices

  • I also tried the Yerba Mate Tea which was decent (similar to green tea I suppose)

  • The seats looked classical but to be honest were not that comfortable however that was not a big deal

  • On the bone with Malbec sauce however

  • A fantastic bottle of Malbec coupled with the rack of lamb

  • When I told them it was the BEST steak I had ever eaten

  • Fiesta del Asado is an absolute must for anyone who loves their steak and actually for any other food lover

  • Came here on a weeknight with my friends celebrating my birthday

  • The steak is the best I've tasted in Birmingham

  • The creamed spinach side is so moreish

  • The portions are very generous fantastic value for money and I will come back again and again

  • I was not able to try the steaks because they are cooked alongside shell fish

  • The 12 hour cooked brisket was an excellent alternative

  • Those who chose sea bass were also very pleased with this choice

  • The contamination of the steak dishes with fish and it is bit pricey

  • Classic restaurant with dishes that make you feel like each dish was made especially for you

  • If the prices are too much is up to you but enjoy food that you probably never had before

  • Visited as a large group which meant we were sat on a large table in the middle of the restaurant

  • All steaks were cooked perfectly and can definitely be recommended

  • A full midweek dining room is a sight that makes me happy

  • Those who eat on school nights are committed gluttons

  • They know where the good stuff is at and they don&rsquo

Fiesta del Asado (Edgbaston) Specialties

  • Latin American
  • Italian
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