When it comes to meat, one of the most expensive meats in the market is Wagyu. The reason why it’s expensive (but worth the splurge) is because Wagyu is a type of cattle meat known for its higher grade of marbling. The marbling or the intramuscular fat of the Wagyu contributes to the meat’s rich, buttery flavors and tender texture that not a lot of other types of meat can achieve have.
If you’re looking to experience quality Wagyu without breaking the bank, Rustan’s Supermarket is celebrating a Wagyu Festival until September 1, 2019. You can get up to 30% off on Australian farm-bred Wagyu beef in cube roll, sirloin, yakiniku, sukiyaki, cubes, and minute steaks. If that’s not enough, you can also buy unseasoned Wagyu beef burgers for a buy-one-take-one promo.
Most of the Wagyu on sale is from Margaret River Premium Meat Exports. They are known for their Australian farm-bred Wagyu beef, which comes from a herd that’s derived from the Japanese Black Wagyu, one of the four breeds of Wagyu.
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