The elegant, spacious restaurant is nestled in on Haddington Road in the centre of Dublin.
The open-plan kitchen lets visitors have a chance to see a show as their meals are made.
With many menus to choose from. there’s plenty of tasty dishes to enjoy during your night at Asador.
The menus switch up on a seasonal basis, but there are certain dishes that remain constant throughout.
The refreshing drink was a light palate cleaner ahead of the mouth watering meal.
The generous serving of prawn pil pil was flavoursome and slightly piquant.
Served in a garlic and chilli mix with olive oil and fresh ciabatta, it was a fantastic way to start off the meal.
Smothered in Jack Daniel’s stickey sauce, the ribs were tender and smokey – and a real delight.
We first went for the Asador burger – a beef burger served with caramelized onions, spicy jerk mayo, tomato chutney, aged cheddar and Asador fries.
The burger was full of flavour and cooked to perfection – and the additional serving of blue cheese accented the combination perfectly.
Admittedly, I wasn’t sure what to expect from the dish – but I was left stunned (in the best way possible) when it arrived served on a sword-like display, filled with chorizo, creamed baby potatos and kale.
Next up was dessert.
The sticky toffee pudding was rich and mouthwatering – ideal for anyone with a sweet tooth.
The BBQ banana, meanwhile, was the perfect treat for anyone
The taste of the fruit was offset by the chocolate and cream, making it the ideal palate cleanser and a great way to finish up the meal.