Argentinian Steakhouse Al Argentino is located on the famous Zeedijk in the heart of Amsterdam, a 2-minute walk from Amsterdam Central Station.
Restaurant Al Argentino imports the beautiful, healthy beef from Argentina themselfs. The beef is bred and grazed under the strict supervision of the Argentinian Ministero de Agriculture. The Argentinian herd consists mainly of Aberdeen Angus and Hereford cattle, two real meat breeds. The cattle roam freely in the vast pampas and enjoy the abundant, tender grass.
In the Cosina (Argentinian Kitchen), the parilleros (chefs) are masters in preparing meat on the parillada (charcoal grill). The Argentinian kitchen mainly processes the following parts of the Novillo (ox);
Bife de Cuadril, a hearty but tender steak from the thick loin. Bife Angosto, the prime rib with the right fat edge for the taste. Bife de Loma, the butter-tender tenderloin. Bife Ancho, a mouthwatering steak. By grilling the meat exclusively with some salt and chimichurrie (grill oil) on charcoal, the natural taste is fully preserved.
You can get acquainted with this meat at Restaurant Al Argentino and of course the staff can also arrange the accompanying Argentine wines. Beautiful full wines from the Mendoza, from well-known grapes, such as the Cabernet Sauvignon, the Malbac, Merlot and Chardonnay.