Scotch ‘n Sirloin Specialty Steaks
The filet mignon is a boneless cut of beef as well as the most tender cut of steak specifically selected from heavy U.S. tenderloins. Filet mignon is literally the best of the best and is ordered more than any other cut of meat. When prepared correctly, these steaks can be cut with a fork before yielding juicy flavor and velvety texture that practically melts in your mouth. Enthusiasts who order filet mignon are looking for beautifully marbled and carefully trimmed steaks meet both our high standards and yours.
Is there anything more truly beautiful than a perfect prime rib? Prime rib comes from a section of meat that that makes it very tender. The best cuts are marbled with a center “eye” section that can be removed. It is succulent, flavorful with incomparable taste. Beef lovers swear by how amazing it is. We sell the finest prime rib making sure each cut is marbled to perfection and not overly fatty. It’s an exquisite cut of meat.
The USDA Choice Sirloin is a great choice. This steak comes from the muscle, which makes it leaner with less fat. While it may be slightly less tender than other cuts of meat, it’s known to be more flavorful. Entice your taste buds with our superb top sirloin steak selection that offers lean, well-flavored and moderately tender beef at an affordable every day price. Sirloin steak is versatile, juicy and delicious. The bold, robust and hearty beef flavors are a steak lover’s dream.
New York Strip
This cut of meat is also known widely as the Kansas City Strip, the New York Strip is one of the most popular steaks for grilling in backyards across the country. It has a nice balance of tenderness and leanness. An ideal cut features bright red coloring and even marbling, and lots of flavor. The Strip is taken from the “short loin” section of a beef. That’s why the T-bone cut has both a strip steak and a piece of tenderloin filet. Without the bone the strip steak is called a “New York Strip Steak.” When a bone is left attached to the strip, it is either called a “Bone-in New York” or sometimes a “Kansas City Strip.”