- $6.5 per 100g
- Flavourful with a creamy layer of fats at the side
- Cut from the primal loin of a cow
- Grass-fed and Australia cow
General description: The sirloin steak is juicy and bursting with flavour. There is a strip of fats running down one side, which brings about a sizzle during grilling. The fats add flavor to the meat.
Legend has it that King Henry VIII of England treasured this cut so much that he named it Sir Loin, Baron of Beef. But the sirloin most likely comes from the French surlonge, meaning “above the loin”.
Part of Animal: The sirloin lies at the upper hip, above the tenderloin. Cuts from the sirloin are appreciated for their full-bodied flavor and firm satisfying texture.
Amount to Buy: Allow at least 200g per steak portion.