We hear the term “Wagyu” all the time and almost immediately, we associate it with a premium cut of beef…but do we know what it really means?
The “wa” from “Wagyu” means Japanese, while “gyu” means cow, making it literally = Japanese cow. Essentially, it refers to Japanese cattles and the meat is rated from A to C class, with marbling grade of 1-5. When it comes to meat cuts, marbling in layman’s terms simply means the quality of fat in each cut.
So, an A5 Wagyu is of the highest class with superior marbling. And boy, these marbling are to-die-for, if you’re into the whole deliquescing in your mouth thing.
For those who relish a good piece of meat, we’ve compiled a list of 5 best spots to satiate your Wagyu desires.
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