T-Bone Steak

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If you’re someone who enjoys eating a juicy slice of strip steak or a tender filet mignon, why not enjoy both by trying out TenderBites’ The T-bone steak is cut from the sirloin and combines the two steaks into one cut, allowing you to enjoy both the fork-tenderness of the tenderloin and the bold flavors of the New York strip in one meal. 

The T-bone steak is a steakhouse favorite, often paired with potatoes and other vibrant veggies on the side. And though the T-bone steak looks similar to a porterhouse, the two cuts are vastly different. 

While both cuts are from the short-loin area, the porterhouse is larger compared to the T-bone steak as it comes from the anterior of the short-loin, where both the tenderloin and strip are much bigger.  Experts note the importance of the correct heat in most T-bone steak recipes, be it a pan-fried T-bone steak or sous vide. For instance, because the tenderloin cooks faster than the striploin, you need to pay close attention to how you cook them to achieve the perfect doneness for both!  The TenderBites T-bone steak will give you a culinary experience of a bold and tender steak. Step up to the challenge of cooking a T-bone steak by getting your perfect cut from TenderBite. Our “any cut, any request” policy allows you to find the proper serving that you need for your meals. Enjoy two steaks in one meal by adding our T-bone steak to your cart today!
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Get Personalized Cuts From The Country’s Best Butchers

TenderBites' Suki Experience offers you premium meat cuts exactly how you like them. Our team of skilled butchers helps you save cooking time by prepping your meat before delivering it straight to your doorstep. Whether you want diced cubes or a specific serving size, your favorite butcher is there to help you out.

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We pride ourselves on procuring a wide variety of local cuts and imported meats from countries like the US and Japan. TenderBites' catalog of high-quality meat includes authentic Japanese Wagyu, USDA Prime, and Certified Angus Beef.

If you're unsure which cut will work best for your meal, our skilled butchers will help you pick the right meat for a flavorful meal.

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TenderBites Real-time Online Shopping. It's like going there yourself, without the hassle.

  • Video call one of our stores. A bespoke butcher or salesclerk will show you what's available.
  • Place your order along with cutting and packing instructions. See a sample to be sure it's exactly how you want it.
  • When your order is ready, we'll send your invoice and payment link via SMS.
  • Pay online. Our staff will notify you of the delivery schedule.
  • Order gets delivered to your doorstep. Cook, dine, enjoy.

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Where can I find a T-bone steak in the Philippines?
Popular cuts like the T-bone steak are available online and in other stores nationwide. But finding custom cuts can be difficult. If you want to have your perfect amount of a T-bone steak packed and prepared how you like it, you can order from TenderBites instead.
What’s the cooking time for a T-bone steak recipe?
The cooking time of your cut heavily depends on the kind of recipe you’re following and the thickness of both the tenderloin and strip portion of your T-bone steak. But generally, the cooking time for one-inch T-bones is 10 to 15 minutes for that perfect medium rare.
How can I measure the doneness of my T-bone steak?
The best way to measure the doneness of your cut is by using a digital thermometer. You can use the thermometer to check the temperature of your T-bone steak during the cooking process or after it. If you want a medium-rare T-bone, a one-inch cut of that steak should have an internal temperature of 135 to 140F.
What are the popular recipes for T-bone steak?
Some of the most common recipes used for T-bone steak are grilled, pan-seared, reverse sear, and sous vide. You can go as simple as salt and pepper or baste your steak in butter, garlic, and rosemary for that extra richness.


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