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Old 07-24-2019, 03:45 PM
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Their special market priced steaks = Delmonico-- not a super steak

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What Is The Best Steak To Order At A Steakhouse?


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What Are The Best Steaks To Order?

Generally, the most popular steaks for grilling or broiling (dry heat) will be those from the short loin, tenderloin and rib sections of beef. Taste is a matter of individual preference but tenderness and juiciness is imperative to steak enjoyment.

Following are the top five most popular steaks ordered at top steak houses.

1. Tenderloin Filet. It’s also known as Filet Mignon. It is the most tender of steaks yet has very little fat marbling. Since it is both lean and tender it’s the best choice for those watching their fat intake. It has the mildest flavor compared to other cuts. Since it has little fat that renders into the steak as it cooks, it is not nearly as juicy as other steaks and can become dry if cooked beyond medium. More about the tenderloin filet.

2. Ribeye Steak. The ribeye has the most abundant fat marbling. That’s why it is considered the most juicy and flavorful of all steaks. This is the choice of real steak aficionados. Beefy, robust, and fatty. It can often be too fatty for some. It has a bone-in option and you guessed it. It is from the same cut as a standing rib roast. When roasted it’s called Prime Rib. When sliced into steaks, and grilled or broiled, it becomes a ribeye chop. More about ribeye steaks.

3. New York Strip. The New York, sometimes called a Kansas City, is perhaps the best steak when all things are considered. It has less fat than the ribeye and almost as tender. It has a flavor all its own. Succulent and buttery. Some steakhouses feature a bone-in version. Read more about what a New York Steak is.

4. T-Bone Steak. The T-Bone is really two steaks in one. Can’t decide between a Tenderloin Filet and a New York Strip Steak? You’ve just hit the jackpot of all steaks. That’s because it features both a filet and a New York Strip portion separated by a T-shaped bone from hence it gets its name. If you like your steak medium-well or well done, keep this in mind. The meat that sets next to the bone is difficult to reach those temperatures without overcooking the entire steak.

5. Porterhouse Steak. The Porterhouse and T-Bone are essentially the same cut of steak. In fact, it is often called the “king of the t-bones”. It is a larger version of the T-Bone because it is cut from further up the loin section. It is bigger with a larger piece of tenderloin filet. Usually you won’t find a smaller Porterhouse than 20 ounces. There are even 48 ounce Porterhouse steaks offered at some steak house restaurants. It’s the perfect steak to share giving everyone a taste of both the Filet Mignon and New York Strip.
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MKt price ,doesn't indicate quality ie--,they are indicating style
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MKt price ,doesn't indicate quality ie--,they are indicating style
I will try the Chop House at Lake Sumter soon. I assume I will not find your Benz in the parking lot.
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Its not mkt price---its the steaks cuts--again delmonico .dosn't cut it

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Anyone serves Colorado wagyu? Or sell it raw?
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I will try the Chop House soon. But, last night, I had a Lean Cuisine salisbury steak with mashed potatoes. Very tender.
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I will try the Chop House soon. But, last night, I had a Lean Cuisine salisbury steak with mashed potatoes. Very tender.
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We used to be able to get wagyu at the Costco near us and hubby would use the Weber to make my birthday steak and shrimp dinner.

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