I'm sorry but no. Carne asada is all about simplicity, just get "Peinecillo" (or just ask your butcher for thin carne asada steaks). Put some coarse salt on them, and put them in the grill. Chop the meat once its cooked. Get a warm tortilla (or heat it in the grill) and then put a bunch of meat in it. You should already have a couple bowls, one with chopped cilantro, and one with chopped onion, a few sliced limes for those who one, and good salsa, maybe some cooked beans (frijoles de la olla) and maybe some guacamole/sliced avocado too, but the onion/cilantro/salsa is are the really important ones.
Let people put as much of the things in the bowls as they like. That's it,really.