|Monday - Sunday||11:00 - 23:00|
|Budget||Great Value (£15 - £30)|
Visa, American Express, Mastercard"
Nearest station Waterloo Rail and Underground Stations"
Walk-ins welcome, Good for groups or parties, Good for children, Takeaway and Table service"
Thanks to his travels throughout the world, Cyrus Todiwala has developed a colourful palate of intense flavours. He found a natural correlation between Portuguese, Goan and Brazilian cuisine, combined with that of his Indian homeland, and Cyrus has made it his mission to share this discovery with the British public. Assado offers a prime casual dining experience with freshly made food that can also be taken away and enjoyed in the office, at home or as the perfect dinner offering. Too see the exciting dishes you will come to love at Assado please view our menus.
Customers can come to Assado for exceptional food without the unnecessary hassle of pre-booking. Assado is perfect for hungry Londoners who like quick service without compromising on quality. Assado is a Portuguese word meaning ‘Roast’. It is also a traditional Portuguese recipe, hence Assado’s signature dish: the Pulled Pork Assado. Specials will be available on an ad hoc basis, according to calendar events.
The deli counter provides a wide and colourful choice of Assado specialities, while a ready meals counter in the heart of the restaurant allows people to pick up freshly prepared, pre-packed food that they can enjoy at the office, in the comfort of their home, or as the perfect dinner offering for social occasions. Eat-in diners can relish the great quality food in a charming, rustic-meets-modern atmosphere.
‘Fusion’ has been known to strike fear into the hearts of food lovers everywhere; but that’s only because they haven’t been to see Cyrus Todiwala who promises to serve them up something spectacular. Still, Portuguese, Brazilian and Goan is a mash-up that even we’d not thought we’d see in the same sentence. Imagine pulled pork curries, oriental peri-peri rotisserie chicken, goats cheese and prawn pastries in the bright and airy restaurant that’s trying to rejuvenate the lovelorn Waterloo. We say be brave and jump in with both feet for a whirlwind adventure that doesn’t require a ticket.