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Madrid Asadors-Chuleton

mvecin Jan 1, 2011 03:21 PM


I have a couple of days in Madrid and was looking at 3 options to have dinner:

1. Asador Donostiarra
2. Julian Tolosa
3. Botin

Any help on which one would be best? Ive eaten at Casa Lucio so its similar, thats why i was looking at Asador Donostiarra or Julian Tolosa for a good Chuleton.

Any recos for the best dry aged Chuleton in Madrid?

Thanks in advance


  1. b
    butterfly Jan 3, 2011 04:18 AM

    You can scratch Botin from that list--it's a Castillian asador (roast pig and lamb), not a Basque asador (beef/chuletón).

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    1. re: butterfly
      mvecin Jan 14, 2011 12:12 PM

      Definitely took it out of the list...I ended up in Asador Ansorena per reco of Juan..thank you so much had a great time a great Chuleton

    2. j
      JuanDoe Jan 2, 2011 06:41 AM

      My fave chuletón in Madrid at Asador Ansorena

      Among your three choices, I'd go to Julián de Tolosa.

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      1. re: JuanDoe
        mvecin Jan 3, 2011 03:52 AM

        Thanks Juan. Now I'm torn between asador ansorena or Julian tolosa. Place wise I guess we will be more comfortable in ansorena? Do you know if chuleton is dry aged?

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