Alfredo's High Heat Methode
Grilling has existed in the Mediterranean Basin since pre-Colonial times. They roasted meat on a wooden structure called a “barbacoa” in Spanish. For centuries, the term “barbacoa” referred to the wooden structure and not the act of grilling, but it was eventually modified to "barbecue".
Alfredo, at the Swiss Italian Restaurant prepare "GREAT STEAKS using the HIGH HEAT GRILLING METHODE. When we say high heat, we really mean it... we sear meat over 800° Celsius or 1,500° Farenheit, compare to a typical grill that hit around 250-300° Celsius or 500-600° Farenheit, in just in few minutes.
This is the magic temperature that gives the best results when grilling protein-rich meat such as steaks. The high heat causes the aromas to burn and in a few seconds produces a crispy, caramelised crust on the meat. It grills quickly and evenly until you get a juicy, well cooked steak that is perfectly prepared according to the degree of cooking desired by the guest.
Come and try one of our steaks, you will be amazed and you can't get nowhere a better one!