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    Which really tastes better?
    Which one tends to have more meat?
    Help me decide in the battle of the Steaks
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    Either as long as it's rare :coma:
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    Sirloin. :coma:

    God, a nice medium-rare sirloin steak...

    I find they taste a bit better then ribeye, too. And likewise more meat.

    Yeah, it'd be sirloin for me.
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    Fillet>T-bone>Ribeye>Sirloin>Rump
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    Ribeye, although a very good sirloin can be more enjoyable than am average ribeye.
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    Sirlion (Medium-rare) is my favourite, Michael's Tavern in Cyrpus had the best one ever! although in Sardinia there was a small restaurant called Ristorante Rafel outside of Alghero that could challege MT's :eek: I have to go back and taste it again before I make the final decision
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    Both are spunktastic if done correctly, personally more of a sirloin man.
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Fillet>T-bone>Ribeye>Sirloin>Rump
    This^^^
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    (Original post by py0alb)
    Fillet>T-bone>Ribeye>Sirloin>Rump
    this.
    when i worked as a butcher and someone came to ask the best kind of steak wed offer fillet, then ribeye then sirloin then rump. as we didnt sell t-bone.

    but it depends what you can afford, as the better the steak obv the more it will cost...

    if i were to eat one id choose ribeye. thats my summer task... iv already tried sirloin...
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    Ribeye for me...

    Fillet > Rib eye > Rump > Sirloin
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    Depends how you like it cooked.

    A rare rib eye isnt very good as it doesnt give the fat in the middle a chance to break down.

    A sirloin is nice cooked rare, however anything more than medium it starts to go dry as there is minimal fat through the steak.
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    The upper and middle back is the best cut :coma:
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    A nice blue sirloin steak and I'm happy.

    A rib-eye is a cheaper cut though, so you're likely to get more of it, I find.
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    (Original post by U.S Lecce)
    This^^^
    Youre aware that a t-bone is mostly sirloin right? So how can a t-bone be better than a rib eye if a rib eye is better than a sirloin?
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    (Original post by josh_v)
    Youre aware that a t-bone is mostly sirloin right? So how can a t-bone be better than a rib eye if a rib eye is better than a sirloin?
    Because of the bone. The bone gives the meat loads of flavour, like a kind of beef stock in the meat.
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    This is one of the drawbacks of being Indian- I will never be able to contribute constructively to this thread.
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    I know this is a stupid question, but what is "meat"? It's not muscle, and it's not fat... WHAT IS IT
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    (Original post by Tyrannosaurus Cal)
    I know this is a stupid question, but what is "meat"? It's not muscle, and it's not fat... WHAT IS IT
    Lol meat is muscle, and fat.
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    Rare, bleeding sirloin is how it should be done
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    Ribeye medium-rare for me :p:
 
 
 
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