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Eye Fillet

It is the prized and most tender muscle in the whole animal. This meat is very tender and can be roasted in a hot oven, or cut into thick steaks for grilling or frying.

Scotch Fillet

This cut has a good covering of fat, which keeps it moist. They are full of flavour and are wonderful for roasting and grilling.

Our beef is sourced from local farms and is hormone free and free range. All our meat is aged for tenderness and flavour

Sirloin Steak

Also known as porterhouse, the sirloin can be cut into a large piece for roasting or can be sliced into steaks. Extra thick cut steaks are also called 'New York Cut'. This meat is tender and is perefectly suited to grilling, BBQ and roasting.

T-Bone

The best of both worlds. Sirloin on one side of the bone, eye fillet on the other. The bone adds flavour and stops the meat from drying out.

Nigels Gourmet Products: Beef

Rump

Topside

Best known for roasting. A very lean cut of meat. Great for schnitzels and stir fries.

One of the most irresistible steaks of all. It is great for grilling and for flavour, also good for stir fries and other fast cooking dishes.

Versatile meat for fast cooked casseroles, schnitzels, stir fries and barbeque steak.

Round Steak

Chuck

One of the best for stews and great for the slow cooker.

Gravy Beef

Is fantastic for great flavour. Commonly used for stews and casseroles in the slow cooker.

Rolled Rib Roast

An old fashioned favourite, great for a slow cooked roast.

Blade

Great for roasting and slow cooked stews.

Silver Side

Most commonly known as Corned Silverside, but also great as a roast before corning.

Shin

Shin on the bone is great for soups and slow cooked casseroles.

Mince

Lean beef mince makes many family favourites.