Australian Wagyu | Fullblood

Fullblood New York Strip I MS 9+
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Origin: Australia
Weight: 13-14oz or 20oz
MS : 9+ (the Australian equivalent of BMS 12)
Quantity: 1 steak


🥩 Nick's favorite cut! Dive into a luxurious dining experience with The Meatery's favorite offering: the Fullblood Australian Wagyu. As one of the most premium beef cuts on the planet, this is not just any steak – it's a culinary masterpiece that's 100% traceable to pure Wagyu genetics. 🇦🇺


Feeling adventurous in your palate? The New York Strip, crafted with dedication and perfection, hails from the sun-kissed pastures of Australia. While many Australian Wagyu claim near-perfection, our Fullblood variant proudly stands at the pinnacle, giving you an experience that's remarkably close to the coveted Japanese A5 Wagyu. 🍽️


Raised with the impeccable Australian standards, this beef captures the hearty, robust bite you adore from Wagyu. But wait, there's more! 😋 Engage your taste buds with an elevated burst of umami, a richness that's unparalleled, and a tenderness so buttery, it practically melts in your mouth. While it brilliantly complements a range of sides, remember: this is the richest version of Australian Wagyu on our site.


Ready to elevate your dining game? The Meatery promises a cut above the rest, every single time. 🍖🌟


New York Strip I MS 9+

Cooking Tip:

Sous Vide with a sear finish is our favorite, most predictable method for cooking non-Japanese steak. If you don't have one, however, we also love Reverse Sear, Cast-Iron with a butter baste or grilled. You may notice we left smoking off here. It is our personal opinion that a high-end steak should be flavorful in and of itself, and we find that smokers add a lot of external flavor to a steak that doesn't need it. If you choose to smoke it, we simply recommend a neutral wood that won't overpower the flavor you paid for in the meat.

Pairs well with...

  • Full-Bodied wine such as a Shiraz or Bourdeaux
  • Japanese Whisky
  • Martinis
  • Old-Fashioned
  • Club Soda with Lime