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MOREKASHA Feb 8, 2010 12:59 PM

I love the Chuleton @ Asador Fronton on Tirso Molina. Is it still good? Does anyone have any rec's for other Asadors? I'm not fond of places that serve it on a hot plate where you have to finish off the cooking.

  1. arobmadrid Feb 10, 2010 12:44 AM

    El Asador de Aranda, Calle Diego de León, 9, Telefono: 915630246
    I don't eat meat myself, but a student has recommended this place - it's down the road from where I live, and it certainly has a very traditional look to it.
    www.asadordearanda.com/ There are several of them in Madrid; they all look good.

    Also recommended:Muuu - Calle Víctor Andrés Belaúnde, 8.Teléfono 9145771 61
    You can choose where your meat comes from here.

    And Estik: Calle Espronceda, 34. Madrid. Metro Nuevos Ministerios Teléfono 9139500 37

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      butterfly Feb 10, 2010 03:10 PM

      If you are talking about Basque asadores like Frontón--and money is no object--I'd recommend either Julian de Tolosa and Asador Ansoreña. As I remember, neither delivers the meat to be cooked on the piedra.

      Asador de Aranda is a Castillian style asador for lamb... I much prefer Asador Tierra Aranda --order lamb kidneys (riñones) if they are available.

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      1. re: butterfly
        E Eto Feb 13, 2010 05:38 AM

        Asador Tierra Aranda was the only asador I visited, but it certainly was wonderful. I still remember those riñones and morcilla.

        http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/388373

      2. e
        españaolé Jul 5, 2010 10:09 AM

        I had chuleton at Asador Fronton on Tirso last week and I thought that it was nothing special. Per your question- it was not served on a hot plate.

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          JuanDoe Jul 5, 2010 11:55 PM

          Asador Ansorena, IMHO, is the best asador in Madrid for grilled meat.
          http://www.asadoransorena.es/

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