Wagyu is a world-renowned beef from specially raised Japanese cows characterized by its exceptional marbling, incredible tenderness, and outstanding flavor. There are many types of wagyu based both on the breed of cow and the region where it is pastured. Australian wagyu beef uses full-blood Japanese cattle that are pastured in Australia. Australian Wagyu beef is mild, tender, and incredibly juicy due to its high marbling. It is leaner than Japanese wagyu which makes it an ideal choice for grilling.
Striploin, also known as the New York strip, is cut from the short loin of the cow. It boasts more flavor than ribeye with a firmer bite and texture.