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Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye Steak

Meant to impress even the most discerning beef connoisseurs, our Wagyu bone-in ribeye boasts a thick cut, abundant marbling, and a frenched long bone, ensuring an unparalleled blend of flavor and tenderness. BMS 6-7 Read More

Prepare to impress with Allen Brothers' Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye Steak, a culinary masterpiece that seamlessly blends exquisite flavor with an unforgettable presentation. Sourced from Australia's renowned Wagyu cattle, celebrated for their exceptional marbling and unparalleled tenderness, this cut boasts a distinctive frenched long bone that not only enhances its visual appeal but also adds a touch of elegance to any dining experience. With a BMS grade of 6-7, this Wagyu tomahawk is ideal for those who appreciate the finer details of gourmet dining, promising a memorable culinary experience that exceeds expectations.

Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye FAQ

How do tomahawks differ from other ribeyes?

The Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye stands out distinctly from traditional ribeye cuts, offering a unique presentation experience. Featuring a long frenched rib bone that remains intact, this steak commands attention with its dramatic appearance. Beyond its visual impact, the frenched bone contributes to even cooking and enhances flavor distribution, resulting in a steak that is as impressive in taste as it is in appearance. No matter the cooking method, our Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeyes promise an unparalleled dining experience for you and your guests.

What are the best ways to cook a Tomahawk ribeye?

There are several ways to cook our Wagyu tomahawk ribeyes, depending on what cooking equipment you have at home. Grilling involves seasoning and cooking the steak over high heat, which caramelizes its marbled fat and creates a rich, smoky flavor throughout. Broiling cooks the steak at a high temperature under direct heat, quickly achieving a caramelized crust while preserving its juicy interior and enhancing its rich flavor profile. Pan-searing creates a beautifully caramelized crust while also maintaining the steak's juicy interior, and the Sous vide method allows for precise temperature control, resulting in a uniformly tender texture, preserving the steak's natural juices, and enhancing richness.

How should I season my Wagyu Tomahawk ribeye?

Seasoning is often a personal preference, with many seasoning choices available that have unique flavor profiles. However, a simple seasoning of kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper is often sufficient to bring out the steak's inherent qualities. For an added layer of flavor, you can use a light rub of garlic powder or fresh herbs like rosemary and thyme. Be sure to allow the steak to come to room temperature before seasoning to ensure even cooking.