Food Wall Street’s Newest Hot Commodity: The $185 Wagyu Steak Sandwich

23:57  25 june  2018
23:57  25 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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(Bloomberg) -- Don Wagyu, the first restaurant in New York devoted solely to Wagyu beef sandwiches, is located on South Williams Street in Manhattan’s Financial District, a five-minute walk from the New York Stock Exchange. When it opens on June 27, there will be three sandwiches (or sandos) on offer in the 1,000-square-foot space. Each is made from a different prized wagyu beef. The cheapest, made from a hybrid of Japanese and American cows, Washugyu, will cost about $25. On the other end of the spectrum is the A5 Ozaki, all sourced from a single farm in Japan. That sandwich will cost around $185.

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Don Wagyu will sell about 200 sandwiches a day, or until they run out. Eventually, it will also deliver, via Caviar.

It’s a place that screams for placement in the Showtime hit, Billions.

Chef Samuel Clonts has been serving the sando—in which the beef is breaded and flash-fried to create a crunchy exterior and creamy, soft heart—as part of the 10-course $200 tasting menu at the elite izakaya Uchu. He and owner Derek Feldman wanted to find a bigger platform to spotlight it.

“I wanted to do wagyu katsu sandos instead of a steak house, because I see this industry moving towards a type of high-end, fine-casual dining where quality comes first,” says Feldman. “I love sitting for a long omakase experience, but that can’t be an everyday experience. I wanted to make that experience more accessible. Luxury doesn’t necessarily have to mean a three-hour meal. Sometimes it can mean just having some of the best, rarest beef in the world.”

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But currently, downtown Manhattan is the only spot to serve only wagyu sandos. The space, reminiscent of an old-school Kyoto lounge, features walnut paneling and paper lanterns overhead. It’s designed principally for takeout, with just six red leather stools at the counter. (The beef aging room is almost as big as the restaurant; it holds almost 3,000 pounds of meat, or approximately 100 rib-eyes.) Chef Corwin Kave, formerly of Ducked Up at Ludlow House, is running the kitchen.

Wagyu beef is a label that has come under some scrutiny; it’s been shamelessly slapped on meats that don’t technically live up to the name. Officially, the title refers to a specific breed of purebred Japanese cattle. (The literal translation of wagyu is “Japanese cow.”) Some American breeds are awarded the name, but they’re not 100 percent pure; they need only have 46.875 percent pure blood, as defined by the USDA.

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I got a preview of Don Wagyu’s sandwiches this past Thursday. Each is made with about 5 ounces of the beef and coated with panko. It spends about 2 ½ minutes in the fryer, then rests to re-absorb juices. The cutlets are served on thick, pillowy pieces of pain de mie (soft white bread), that have been spread with the Japanese steak sauce tare, that Clonts makes in house with onions, ginger, and garlic cooked down with sake, mirin, tamari, and black vinegar. The sandwiches are accompanied by skinny fries sprinkled with seasoned salt and nori—the taste is not unlike a sour cream and onion potato chip.

The only other thing currently on offer is Sapporo on draft and a rotating selection of whiskies, based on the beef Don Wagyu is featuring: Feldman notes that the beef selection will rotate.

Following are my Don Wagyu sando tasting notes. And a case for why it just might be worth it to buy a sandwich that costs as much as a good bottle of whiskey or pair of noise-canceling headphones.

The Washugyu

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Details: This California beef is a cross between Black Angus and Japan’s popular wagyu breed, Tajima. It’s aged 30 days in house. (“At 30 days, the meat is tender but not too funky,” says Clonts.)

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Appearance: Like a classic steak sandwich; the meat is red with light marbling.

Taste: The beef has the requisite chew that you want in a quality rare steak; the panko coating is almost imperceptible. The pronounced flavor is meaty with a background of the caramelized onion tare. “I really like the aged washugyu because of its strong and concentrated flavor. It is one of the most tender American beefs I have ever had,” says Clonts.

Price: About $25

The A5 Miyazaki Wagyu

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Details: People argue that miyazaki is Japan’s top wagyu. This is the beef Clonts uses at Uchu.

Appearance: The beef has dramatic waves of white marbling in the flesh.

Taste: As rich a sandwich as you will bite into. It literally melts in your mouth; it’s the sensation of a beefy cloud. The juicy meat has a slight sweetness and holds on to the panko coating. But what you’ll walk away with is the richness, which after half a sandwich is almost overwhelming.

Price: About $75

The A5 Ozaki

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Details: This Wagyu beef comes from a family farm that Feldman discovered in the Miyazaki Prefecture. He ships only five cattle to the U.S. each month; Don Wagyu receives all of them. The only other place to find the beef outside of Japan is Dubai.

Appearance: There’s so much marbled fat integrated into this beef that it’s pink. It’s served in a wooden box emblazoned with the Don Wagyu logo (you get to keep the box).

Taste: Best of all worlds. The meat is simultaneously fatty with a melting tenderness, but doesn’t just dissolve in your mouth; it has enough texture to chew. Besides being beefy, it’s also notably juicy and aromatic; you get its scent as you pick it up. The fried coating and rich bread hold on to the steak. It’s an investment-worthy experience.

Price: About $185 dollars.

To contact the author of this story: Kate Krader in New York at kkrader@bloomberg.net

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Chris Rovzar at crovzar@bloomberg.net

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