Tuesday, May 08, 2018 Sharon Halim 0 Comments

Palermo is the new younger sister of San Telmo, featuring more or less the same delicious menu as well. They still focus on the simplicity of Argentine cooking, slow-roasting the finest meats atop the glowing red coals of Melbourne’s first Asado fire pit and combining it with our classic Parrilla (charcoal grill) to give the cuts that iconic Argentinian flavour according to their website.

I'm a bit confuse at first to why the have different name but same menu but oh well, I love their food so much. Another venue in the business, more spot, who cares right? It also features bigger venue with same vibe, warm, rustic with a lil modern twist. Palermo only use the highest quality, locally raised, pasture-fed Hereford and Angus beef. Mainly O’Connor’s Premium from Gippsland.

Tartar-Beef tartare, pickled cabbage, fried capers, horseradish cream ($18). Their tartare is quite different with the one on San Telmo. This one bath in horseradish cream, I have to say this one is good but I love the one on San Telmo more.

Tira de Asado: O’Connor’s premium pasture fed beef short ribs ($30). This one is exactly the same as the one in San Telmo, which is good news for everyone. Yay! Cause it remain super delicious, oily, juicy and super addictive.

Special of The Day: Suckling pork. Honestly, it surprises me too that they can cook pork nicely. It's tender with full of flavour inside. I guess that Palermo is also good at other meat. Worth a try guys. They have other meat to that I'm willing to try next time.

EntraΓ±a: Ranger's Valley premium grain fed skirt steak (300g-$39) with RΓΊcula: Rocket, cabbage, salted ricotta, peas, creme fraiche ($14). This steak represents their hanger steak, again as good as San Telmo hanger steak with their super delicious salsa and pesto that we keep asking for a refill.

Palermo Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

+6139002 1600
401 Little Bourke St
Melbourne VIC 3000