There comes a time, when winter has not released his icy grip and spring is yet only on the horizon, not within our grasp. This is a time for decadence my friends. While the bears are still hibernating and bathing-suit and barbeque weather is still a comfortable distance ahead, this is the time for a steak, but not just any steak. This is a time for a truly great and rare steak.
The famous (and oft counterfeited) beef from the Kobe Prefecture of Japan was thought by many to be the finest beef in Japan. Kobe beef is very good but in Japan, the most prized beef is that from the Prefecture of Miyazaki. The Japanese Culinary Olympics is held only every five years in Nagasaki and the Beef Competition is widely recognized and prestigious. Miyazaki has taken top honors the last two times. It is extraordinary.
Look at the marbling on that steak. Novice meat buyers often go for lean steak, mistaking lean for quality. If you want lean, go for filet and don't spend a lot. If you want one of the best steaks in the world, go for something that looks like this. Normally rich steak like this is served in a two or three ounce portion, and we do have that available on our steak tasting dish. But what you see above is a 16-20 oz Miyazaki Strip Steak. Sometimes, you just have to go for it. We're offering these steaks, wood grilled, for $195. It's very rich and it might be a really good idea to share one with a friend. They will be available in Stage Left beginning tonight and while supply lasts. Reserve a table here, or call 732-828-4444.
If you would like to be sure to get one of these, you can ask us to set one aside when you make your reservation.