Filed under: Dining
We know that the most expensive steak dinners in the world are made with wagyu beef, but what is a carnivore to do if he (or she) doesn't want to fly around the world just for a bite to eat? The Wagyu sampler from Lobel's of New York, one of the best places in the US to buy meat, would make the ideal gift for anyone with a taste for red meat, as well as for the finer things in life. It includes: 1 (2 lb.) Wagyu Dry-Aged Bone-In Hip Sirloin Steak; 2 (10 oz.) Wagyu Dry-Aged Boneless Strip Steaks; 2 (12 oz.) Wagyu Dry-Aged Boneless Rib Steaks; 1 (20 oz.) Wagyu Dry-Aged Porterhouse Steak; 2 (12 oz.) Wagyu Dry-Aged Boneless Center-Cut Sirloin Steaks; 1 (1.5-2 lbs. avg.) Wagyu London Broil; and 2 (1-1.25 lbs. avg.) Wagyu Skirt Steaks. You could most a killer barbecue with the sampler, but once you've head a taste of the wagyu, you might be inclined to keep it all for yourself. Price: $600.