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Steakhouse, Spanish
Lunch, Dinner
Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Table Service, Serves Alcohol
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Reviewed 9 August 2019 via mobile

This is a FAB restaurant located on the edge of small village in rural Spain. Its menu was a great surprise as was the quality of food in terms ingredients and presentation ! The baby goat was full of flavour and so tender. Premises are...an old converted mill and this is a backdrop for a great place to dine. Pricing is top end - particularly for area but it is a unique dining experience and quality is assured- they serve a Ribera Del Duero as a 'house red ! Leisurely but efficient service.More

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 7 August 2019

Went for a family birthday. Set in a pretty hillside village in Los Filabres. Interior complete with old mill workings. Excellent service, imaginative and tasty food. Friendly.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed 20 April 2017

In the small hilltop village of Sierro, hidden away in the Sierra de Alhamilla mountains, is this wonderful little restaurant called Asador El Maestro. How it survives in such a remote area is a mystery, how it sources and maintains its produce for such a...varied menu is another mystery. I only recently heard about it from friends, who were happy to share it with us and guide us there. This is not the place to go if you do not want to spend big money, it is not cheap, but the quality is very high and the welcome is very warm. As you approach the restaurant, there is nothing to make you aware that this is in fact, a restaurant; it is a converted mill right on the edge of the village. It is quite small and compact inside but very atmospheric with many artefacts and original features maintained. Eight of us dined on this day each couple shared a salad, these were very special salads and hence ranged from €13.50 to €16, we shared the Partridge with mango and avocado, but the others looked equally amazing and substantial. Starters were from €12 to €18 but we skipped those for the salads. The chefs choice of the day was Cabrito, baby goat, which five us elected to have whilst the others went for Rodaballo en Salsa Mozárabe* (Turbot In An Arab Sauce) @€15 which was apparently a good choice. The cabrito was delicious, so it should be at €21, but we could have done with more potatoes rather than one small plate between eight people. We chose the house red wine, a Ribera del Duero (Torrederos) which, for a joven was not cheap at €12, but very tasty all the same. We all had desserts, either Lemon Truffle, Chocolate Truffle or Chocolate Fondant which were all home-made and absolutely delicious. The final bill including tips came to €72 per couple, we will return, not soon, but only when we have saved up to be able to do so. After and before eating, you must make time to wander around the village of Sierro, it's stunning! The heavily restored castle at the top is a hard climb but well worth the effort. Great restaurant in a beautiful village!More

Date of visit: March 2017
Reviewed 11 October 2016

Went there today for the first time 11/10/2016 for lunch. We where very impressed with the meal and the owner Oscar, the chef was very proud to share a recipe with me when I asked her. Will definitely visit again. Fine dining within half hours...drive of home. Highly recommend this place.More

Date of visit: October 2016
Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

Visited this lovely restaurant, although we live quite close, it is the first time we have visited this special place. The good was superb, our friends had duck with trimmings, and steak, both superb. I had the lamb chops, my husband duck. We ordered a...desert to share, 4 different deserts which were delicious. Overall a fantastic lunch.More

Date of visit: August 2016
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

We visited this fantastic place with friends who live in Sierro. I have to say that the meal was superb. Probably the best steak I've had in years! I can highly recommend this place.

Date of visit: August 2016
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

Sierro is a small village at the end of a windy road, in the hills above Purchena. Take the time and find this amazing restaurant, almost hidden away, just as the road ends. Inside, you'll find a museum of old presses and cooking artifacts. And...you'll also find the food... We shared a salad as a starter. The salad was a press of potato, pear, walnut and mayo sandwiched between generous slices of smoked salmon. Maybe the best salad I've eaten. Ever. Nichola went for the turbot, me the red tuna. Both were superb, cooked to perfection and served with complimentary accompaniments. The wine, also was "stand out" excellent and, for around £50, one of the best meals we've had in Spain over the last decade and a half.More

Date of visit: August 2016
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Asador El Maestro is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travellers:
  • Food: 4.5
  • Service: 4.5
  • Value: 4