Glam­orous new Ar­gen­tinian steak house is a shoe- in

Solihull News - - EATING OUT - SAN­JEETA BAINS san­jeeta. bains@ reach­plc. com

SOLI­HULL is now home to sen­sa­tional steak thanks to the open­ing of Fiesta del Asado in Strat­ford Road.

The new, 100- cover restau­rant, owned by the Lasan Group, has opened in­side a for­mer M& S food­hall near to the Park­gate de­vel­op­ment in Shirley.

The fo­cal point of the new eatery is the glam­orous horse­shoe shaped bar – per­fect for pre- din­ner cock­tails.

It cer­tainly feels up­mar­ket, with a deca­dent fun decor thanks to colour­ful seat­ing, plush fur­nish­ings and gold light­ing.

The restau­rant area has pretty pink and blue seat­ing, as well as cosy booths.

It is the sec­ond Fiesta del Asado to open in the re­gion. The first one was opened in Ha­gley Road, Edg­bas­ton, in 2012, serv­ing up steak and mal­bec in rus­tic Ar­gen­tine par­illa- style sur­round­ings.

The spa­cious­ness of the new venue should en­sure some fun nights of live mu­sic. There will be late- night tango with DJs play­ing feel- good Latin Amer­i­can beats on Fri­day and Satur­day nights.

Lasan Group CEO Jab­bar Khan said: “This new Fiesta del Asado rep­re­sents our most am­bi­tious and ex­cit­ing project to date.

“It’s some­thing we’re most proud of and we’re go­ing to wow our guests with an inim­itable Ar­gen­tine en­ter­tain- ment ex­pe­ri­ence.” There’s a var­ied se­lec­tion of Ar­gen­tinian clas­sics on the menu. For starters try beef em­panadas (£ 6.49) as well as spinach and pro­volone cheese (£ 5.89). On the main menu choose from dishes in­clud­ing Asado de tiro ( bone cross cut beef rib cooked on the bone for a fuller flavour, £ 27.89) and beef de chorizo ( sir­loin steak, £ 20.89). But it’s not all about the steak. Din­ers can choose from crispy skin sal­mon fil­let with lemon fen­nel and aioli (£ 17.89) or the Lig­urian pasta tossed with sea­soned king mush­rooms and truf­fle oil fin­ished with shaved parme­san (£ 13.79).

Fiesta del Asado in Soli­hull, with its horse­shoe- shaped bar, has an up­mar­ket feel about it

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