A5 Wagyu Ribeye - 14-16oz | Japanese Wagyu
Order by 3:00pm PST Thurs for same-week delivery
Quantity: 1 Steak
🍖 Dive into a gastronomic journey with our exquisite Kagoshima Wagyu Ribeye. Crafted from the heart of the cow, the ribeye is renowned for its rich, juicy flavors and delicate texture. Our A5 Ribeye is sourced from Kagoshima, a region heralded for producing some of the world's finest Wagyu beef.
This A5 Wagyu offers a perfect symphony of flavors. With its BMS score of 9, it finds a harmonious balance between luxurious marbling and robust beefy goodness. Not as overwhelmingly opulent as some other cuts, this Wagyu Ribeye provides a mouthwatering experience for those craving the famed A5 richness without it being overly intense.
Kagoshima, where our beef hails from, is renowned for its pristine environment and dedicated farmers, ensuring the Wagyu raised there is of unparalleled quality. The temperate climate and fertile pastures of Kagoshima contribute to the exceptional flavor profile of our beef, ensuring every bite is a testament to the region's dedication to quality.
Wishing to try it at home? This cut is typically served as steak, grilled or seared to perfection, locking in its natural flavors. And to vouch for its authenticity, every purchase of our Japanese A5 Wagyu comes with a Certificate of Authenticity, complete with the nose print of the cow 🐄.
Indulge in the magic of Kagoshima with our Wagyu Ribeye, and let your tastebuds revel in a culinary masterpiece. ✨🥩✨
The easiest and most predictable way to cook Japanese A5 Wagyu is to sear vertically-cut strips in a stainless steel or cast iron pan at medium-high heat. Trim a piece of fat from the edges of your steak and use it to pre-grease your pan. Cut the steak into 2 finger width strips and lay your first strip into your hot pan. Sear this piece for 15-20 seconds per side (depending on thickness) for a Medium Rare temperature. Examine your first cooked strip and make any necessary adjustments for personal preference. Season lightly with salt and enjoy!
Pairs well with...
- Younger Burgundy
- High-tannin Cabernet
- Japanese Whisky
- Club Soda with a splash of Cranberry Juice