Aldi launches new line of steaks including Japanese Wagyu and Chateaubriand steaks

Aldi has launched a new range of limited-edition deluxe steaks – offering premium restaurant cuts at a lower cost.

Aldi’s range of steaks will feature high-quality cuts with around £100 off the price.

From premium A4 Japanese Wagyu steaks to Chateaubriand, shoppers will be able to recreate restaurant-worthy dinners at home.

The supermarket’s new steak range will be available in stores from Thursday, December 9, 2021.

But buyers will have to be quick because once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Aldi’s premium steak range unveiled

In a supermarket, shoppers can first get their hands on Aldi’s A4 Japanese Wagyu Sirloin Steaks and A4 Japanese Sirloin Steaks at £24.99 each (200g).

Hailed as one of the most sought-after premium meats in the world, the tender steak has a unique marbling and offers a delicately rich taste.

Often gracing the menus of the world’s most luxurious restaurants, enjoying a Wagyu Steak at London’s Cut by Wolfgang Puck will cost £125.

Premium A4 Japanese Wagyu Steaks in Chateaubriand at Aldi. Credit: Aldi.

Deliciously sweet and tender, the specially selected Chateaubriand will set you back just £24.63 (770g).

Aldi’s specially selected Chateaubriand is a high quality boneless cut of beef, perfectly prepared for roasting or grilling.

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The magnificent meat feast is accompanied by a smoked horseradish sauce for a touch of spice, as well as a roasted onion seasoning for the perfect balance of flavors.

A staple on the menus of some of the best foodie destinations, high-end steak can command high prices, like at London’s Savoy Grill, where Chateaubriand for two (450g) costs £92.

Julie Ashfield, managing director of purchasing at Aldi, said: “We’ve taken the steaks you’ll find on the menus of some of the UK’s most expensive restaurants and put them up for sale to shoppers for a fraction of the cost. It’s our most exciting line of cuts yet.

Aldi’s new line of premium steaks is only available while supplies last.

Dino S. Williams