These Creative Steak Dishes Will Make Your Mouth Water

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Steak is one of life’s simple pleasures but sometimes even a classic dish can be reinvented in original ways. Some restaurants in the US are elevating this meat staple in the most unusual and creative ways and here are a few we can’t wait to try:

Indian Tandoori Skirt Steak

Where: Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Nashville

Ingredients: Skirt Steak with homemade Indian green chili butter and a red wine glaze.

Flavour: Charred exterior from being cooked in a tandoor, with deep flavours of ginger, garlic, cardamom and cumin to compliment skirt steak meatiness.

Tingling Beef Tartare

Credit: Little Tong Noodle Shop

Where: Little Tong’s , NYC

Ingredients: Marbled beef, smoked sauce, scallion pancake

Flavour: The creamy egg yolk sauce matches the marbled indulgence of the beef tartare, whilst the green onion pancake gives a real punch to cut through the richness.

Surf + Turf Pho Soup

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Where: PhoBar , NYC

Ingredients: Half a lobster poached in lemongrass, fish sauce, court bouillon and full short rib on the bone, braised in lemongrass, fish sauce, and pineapple.

Flavour: This is a super rich version of Pho with both surf and turf elements being slow cooked in intense flavours to keep the meat lovely and tender. The short rib is braised for 4 hours whilst the broth is simmered for 25 hours! Luckily the toppings of fresh crunchy cabbage and cilantro help balance the deep flavours.

Smoked Tomahawk Steak

Where: Rustic Root, San Diego

Ingredients: Tomahawk steak, potato fondant, onion and red wine glaze.

Flavour: On the whole this dish is fairly classic but what makes it different is that this beautiful cut of meat is smoked at your table, injecting the meat with a charred smoky essence.

Beef Sashimi

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Where: Huntress, San Diego

Ingredients: Seared beef sashimi, pickled kohlrabi, vinaigrette and shiso.

Flavour: This dish really packs a punch with the creamy beef sashimi being elevated with tingly pickle flavours whilst the shiso adds a grassy, earthy flavour.

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