It’s well known that an excellent steak dinner can easily become an expensive experience. At Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse, we strive to provide top-tier meals, excellent customer service, and an atmosphere that makes the cost of a night on the town well worth it.
While we love to give our guests great value, we also think it’s fun to dive into the more expensive side of the steak experience. If you’ve ever wondered what the most expensive cuts of steak are from around the world, today, you’ll get answers from Dallas’ best steakhouse!
Buckle up, and get ready to explore 3 of the most expensive cuts of steak from around the world.
We’ll start our trip around the world in New York City, where you can catch one of the country’s most tender pieces of steak.
A5 Kobe Strip Steak
The A5 Kobe strip steak from Old Homestead Steakhouse is 12 oz. of Japanese Kobe beef prepared in the strip steak style. Unlike a strip steak, which isn’t known for its melt-in-your-mouth qualities, this Kobe beef steak retains the tenderness one expects from a Kobe cut. These steaks are known for their extreme marbling, which gives them the flavor and texture steak lovers crave.
However, if you want to try this delicacy, the restaurant’s price tag is $350 per meal.
Our next stop is in Japan, staying in the same beef family but jumping clear across the world. Wagyu beef is a staple in Japanese fine dining. So, let’s cut into the specially prepared Olive Wagyu.
Olive Wagyu’s flavor purely stems from how ranchers feed their cattle. Olive Wagyu cattle are raised on toasted olive pulp. This method gives the beef a combination of traditional Wagyu marbling and oleic acid that takes the tenderness over diners’ edge.
These steaks cost around $30 per ounce due to their sheer rarity. There are around 2,000 cows in the world raised in this manner, and only a few are prepped for slaughter every month.
So, if you find yourself faced with the opportunity to try Olive Wagyu, we’ve heard it’s worth the price for an adventuresome foodie.
France is known for many exotic dishes, but did you know the country also hosts the most expensive steak in the world?
The Vintage Cote De Boeuf Rib Steak
The Vintage Cote De Boeuf Ribeye is so exclusive that it is only found at one butchery in Paris. Head butcher Alexander Polmard has an exclusive hibernation technique that safely ages the beef for 15 years.
Once Polmard chills the beef to -45 degrees Fahrenheit, it’s aged, and 15 years later, someone eager to taste the rarest steak in the world can do so for $3,200 before restaurant premiums.
Experience a Quality Steak Dinner Tonight at Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
At Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse, we bring the flavor and techniques to the table that you’d find from the finest restaurants in the world. The only difference is, that we offer quality cuts without breaking the bank.
If you’re looking for an ambient steakhouse to enjoy for your next fine dining experience, we have a table available for you. Make your reservations today and find out why we have been voted the Best Steakhouse in Dallas.