It will come as little surprise that steak is our favorite food.
That’s why I’m particularly excited to tell you about this monster Tomahawk steak served in, you guessed it, Vegas.
Las Vegas is the capital of decadence. There have been many instances where larger-than-life dishes satiated our eyes before they melted in our mouths. One such dish is a massive 16-pound Tomahawk Crown Roast found on the menu of MB Steak at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
The incredible dish doesn’t come cheap. The luxury steakhouse serves the $1,200 meal with a table side presentation, designed for 10 to 12 diners to enjoy.
Executive chef Patrick Munster slow roasts the 16-pounds of beef overnight at a low temperature to keep the meat as juicy as possible. It’s then cooked to a medium rare and carved in front of diners in a spectacle of beef and bone.
Would you add this dish to 10 of the most delicious steak meals from around the world?