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Wagyu Steakhouse

TOP QUALITY WAGYU STEAKHOUSE

 
 

Wagyu Steak derives from several breeds of cattle in multiple locations throughout Japan. Techniques vary from each Prefecture as the terrain and natural environment often differ. Wagyu (‘Wa’ Japanese and ‘gyu’ cow) is deemed coveted as its natural composition for unique and enriched marbling are like no other. This transcendent degree of marbling adds an extraordinary depth of flavor making Wagyu the most tender, most succulent and best-tasting steak one can find. The unique taste and tenderness of highly marbled Wagyu makes for an unrivaled dining experience.

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True Japanese 100% Wagyu Steak

Miyazaki Prefecture
Minimum 6 oz, $25 per oz.

 

Miyazaki Wagyu are Kuroge Washu cows raised in the Miyazaki Prefecture in Japan. This is a century-old breed, and the biggest out of the total of four that are raised in Japan. The cattles are treated like kings by the ranchers who raise them. Japanese breeders only raise an average of 4 cattles at a time, to make sure they are receiving the best care. Each phase of their life is tracked, in order to trace where they come from and make sure the meat is authentic and has the best quality.

Japanese A5 wagyu beef san diego
Australian Wagyu A8

Greg Norman Farms A8 Australian Wagyu Steak

Greg Norman’s Farm
Minimum 8 oz, $14 per oz.

 

Greg Norman’s farm is one of the top wagyu importers in the U.S. The 350-day cattles raised in this farm are fed with only grain, which gives them a beautiful marbling and intense flavor. The meat produces by this farm ranges between MS5 and MS7, which is A8 beef when translated to the BMS scale.

American Wagyu Steak

Mishima Luxury Reserve
Minimum 8 oz, $14 per oz.

 

The Mishima Reserve Wagyu cattles’ have Japanese blood. The first bulls arrived in the U.S. 25 years ago, but took long to draw the attention of the big public. Once some well-known chefs started including this meat in their menus, Wagyu finally settled in this country as one of the top-quality meats avalilable.

American wagyu beef
American Wagyu Association
Australian Wagyu
What is wagyu steak?

Wagyu (‘Wa’ Japanese and ‘gyu’ cow) is deemed coveted as its natural composition for unique and enriched marbling are like no other. This transcendent degree of marbling adds an extraordinary depth of flavor making Wagyu the most tender, most succulent and best-tasting steak one can find. The unique taste and tenderness of highly marbled Wagyu makes for an unrivaled dining experience.

How to cook wagyu steak?

Wagyu steak is a juicy meat, so it’s recommended to cook it medium rare to medium so it keeps all its internal liquids.
Before cooking, let it rest at room temperature for a few hours. The next step is to season the steak with salt and pepper, and other condiments if necessary. Cook the steak until it reaches an internal temperature of 250°F, wrap it in foil and let it rest for 5 minutes so the temperature comes down and the juices settle down. When it’s ready, slice it in thin pieces, and enjoy!

How much is a wagyu steak?
  • True Japanese 100% Wagyu Steak: Minimum 6 oz, $25 per oz.
  • Greg Norman Farms A8 Australian Wagyu Steak: Minimum 8 oz, $14 per oz.
  • American Wagyu Steak: Minimum 8 oz, $14 per oz.
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