We ate here when returning to our hotel from a full day in Munich. There's nothing wrong with restaurants in a chain like this. They try hard, but the product will never venture near the excellent category because of cost factors.
My wife had the barbecue skewer, which she declared as OK. I had the 200g rib-eye steak, ordered medium-rare, but cooked medium. It's clear, however, that Asado does not believe in the precept that less is more. My meal included "a colourful" mixed salad, baked potato with sour cream, toasted "Asado-bread" and "a melting, creamy herb sauce".
So what more to say, except you will probably leave with an overloaded stomach? Service was quick, the bowl of every conceivable Heinz condiment arrived promptly and ... and not much else. Average, but probably OK if you're not spoiled by excellent steaks as Australians and North Americans are.
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