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HIRO WAGYU STEAKS ARE NOW AVAILABLE

Wagyu burgers are one thing, but we can’t wait for you to try our steaks. Hiro Wagyu Steak Boxes are now available for on-line purchase. We offer a wide variety of steak boxes with limited availability.

Hiro Wagyu Burgers

Are you ready for the best burger you’ve ever tasted?

Hiro Wagyu is certified 100% Wagyu beef. Wagyu is highly marbled beef and contains a higher percentage of omega-3 fatty acids making it tender and mouthwateringly flavoursome. Get ready to enjoy the refined and desired taste of one of Japan’s national treasures.

Product List


Royal Box

1 Cross Rib Roast
2 Tenderloin
2 Ribeye
2 NY Striploin

Emperor Box

2 Tenderloin
2 Ribeye
2 NY Striploin

Shogun Box

2 Tenderloin
2 Ribeye
1 NY Striploin
1 Tri Tip Steak
2 Boneless Chuck Eye
2 Denver Steak
2 Flat Iron

Executive Box

2 Ribeye
2 NY Striploin
2 Top Sirloin

Samurai Box

2 Top Sirloin
2 Denver Steaks
3 Boneless Chuck Eye
2 Sirloin Butt Steaks
1 Flank Steak

Special Box

The actual content of The Special Box changes regularly.

SPECIALTY CUTS

Brisket
Tongue
Liver
Tail
Kidney
Heart

BURGER BOXES

4 Patties/Box

How to prepare HIRO Wagyu Steaks

Whatever you do – do not grill your Hiro Wagyu steaks. Due to the intense marbling of wagyu beef, open flame is not recommended. We recommend using a cast iron skillet or the sous vide method of cooking. 


Cast Iron Skillet

Season thawed steak lightly with salt and pepper.

Preheat and grease the cast iron skillet with butter or olive oil (lightly, as the marbling of Wagyu produces high amounts of juices)

Sear for 3-4 minutes per side based on desired doneness (145 degrees F for medium rare, 160 degrees F for medium). Remove the steaks and let them rest for at least five minutes but as much as 10 minutes before enjoying.

Sous Vide 

An excellent method of preparing Wagyu is sous vide which means ‘under vacuum’.

Sous Vide Everything (video)

How to prepare HIRO Wagyu Beef Patties

To prepare the best burger you have ever tasted: Wagyu beef prepares best when defrosted and brought to room temperature before cooking. Total cook time of 5-6 minutes. Ensure burgers reach an internal temperature of 71C (160F)

Preheat grill or pan to high and brush with cooking oil. Season both sides of burger with salt and pepper. Place burger on hot grill/pan. Flip when well browned (2-3 minutes). Lower heat to medium and cook to your liking, for medium approx. 3-4 minutes more. Remove from heat and allow to rest briefly. Prepare your burger and enjoy!