Customer satisfaction is extremely important to us and word-of-mouth feedback is our main source of customers. So if you like our service, we'd love you to share your experience by reviewing us on WOMOW.com.au - Word Of Mouth On the Web.
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"Señor BBQ was definitely the most memorable food stall, likely due to the whiffs of juicy ribs, chorizo and chicken wings sizzling on beds of charcoal. The passionate and upbeat Hernan explains how to cook meat the Argentinean way. Firstly, there is no need for marinade as it is slow cooked on charcoal. "
" The secret lies in how the beef is cut so when it cooks, the marrow starts to melt into the meat.The Argentinean sauce (Chimichurri), infused with garlic, parsley, oregano, vinegar, olive oil, black pepper, lemon and cumin, is applied after the meat has cooked, which also helps to cut through the fat and clean the palate."
"Food blogger Adrian Briones of Food Rehab gives us a comprehensive summary of the variety of food on offer at this year's SBS Food Journey Festival in Melbourne.
Gourmet Argentinean barbecue mobile catering.
As featured on
The Saturday Age:
"They tend a mammoth's worth of meat strewn across a gargantuan iron grill...
...While gatherer types might find Señor BBQ heavy going, hungry hunters will be in protein paradise."
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Restaurant Menu (dine in or take away)
Mains from the Grill
Chorizo sandwich $8
Chicken wings $10
Beef ribs small $12 large $16
Mix grill $22
(Chorizo, 2 wings and ribs)
*all served with garden salad and Chimichurry
Tapas and vegetarian
Russian Salad $6
Pickled Eggplant with bread $6
(Sicilian style escabeche)
Grilled polenta with salsa small $6 large $10
Vegetarian Quesadillas $8
(mush potatoes, tomatoes , cheese and chimichurry)
Vegan soup of the day $8
(Lentils or Pumpkin)
(grilled Provolone cheese with oregano)
(Cheese and Oporto infused Quince pasta)
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