Immerse yourself in the exquisite flavours of cote de boeuf for two, handcrafted with passion and expertise by Martins Meats. With our dedication to heritage breeds, flavour enhancement, and an unforgettable dining experience, we invite you to embark on a culinary journey that will delight your senses and leave you longing for more.

Unveiling the Perfect Cote de Boeuf for Two

1: Exceptional Quality and Heritage Breeds

At Martins Meats, we take immense pride in our commitment to delivering exceptional quality and taste. That’s why we exclusively use native breeds such as Aberdeen Angus, Hereford, and Longhorns for our cote de boeuf steak. These heritage breeds are known for their superior meat quality, with a finer grain, stunning marbling, and a succulent flavour that is second to none. When you choose Martins Meats, you’re choosing a dining experience that celebrates the heritage and excellence of British cattle farming.

2: The Art of Flavour Enhancement

What sets our cote de boeuf apart is our innovative approach to flavour enhancement. Martins Meats is proud to be one of the few meat producers across the South West and the Midlands that offers the use of Himalayan Pink Rock Salt. This extraordinary salt, renowned for its purifying and flavour-enhancing properties, takes our cote de boeuf to new heights of taste and indulgence. The salt particles from the bricks in our chamber draw moisture from the meat and surrounding air, creating a unique ionization process. The result is a perfectly aged steak with exceptional tenderness and a depth of flavour that will leave you wanting more.

3: Crafting an Unforgettable Dining Experience

When you choose cote de boeuf for two from Martins Meats, you’re in for a culinary experience like no other. Our meticulous process begins with carefully selecting premium rare breed cattle, ensuring that every cut of meat meets our strict quality standards. We then age the cote de boeuf in our Himalayan Rock Salt Chamber for up to 100 days, allowing the flavours to develop and intensify. The result is a tender, juicy, and flavorful steak that is a true delight for the senses.

Picture yourself and your loved one sharing a sumptuous cote de boeuf for two, expertly prepared by Martins Meats. Each bite is a revelation of rich, succulent meat that melts in your mouth. The depth of flavour, enhanced by the unique properties of Himalayan Pink Rock Salt, will transport you to a culinary paradise.

Indulging in cote de boeuf for two is not just a meal—it’s an experience. At Martins Meats, we believe in celebrating the finest ingredients, culinary craftsmanship, and the joy of shared moments. Whether it’s a special occasion, a romantic dinner, or simply a desire to treat yourself to the very best, our cote de boeuf will exceed your expectations and create memories that will last a lifetime.

the Perfect Cote de Boeuf for Two






1. What cut of beef is cote de boeuf? Cote de boeuf is a French term that refers to a specific cut of beef. It is a thick, bone-in ribeye steak, typically taken from the rib section of the animal. This cut is known for its generous marbling, tenderness, and rich flavour.

2. What is the difference between T-bone steak and cote de boeuf? While both T-bone steak and cote de boeuf come from the rib section of the animal, there are some differences between the two cuts. T-bone steak consists of a T-shaped bone with meat on both sides, including a portion of the tenderloin and the strip loin. Cote de boeuf, on the other hand, is a larger, bone-in ribeye steak without the presence of the tenderloin. It offers a bigger, more substantial portion of ribeye meat.

3. Is cote de boeuf the same as prime rib? Cote de boeuf and prime rib are similar in that they both come from the rib section of the beef. However, there is a slight difference between the two. Prime rib refers to a bone-in roast that includes the entire rib section, whereas cote de boeuf specifically refers to a thick, bone-in ribeye steak cut from the rib section. So, while they share similarities, cote de boeuf is a specific steak cut, while prime rib is a larger roast that can be sliced into steaks.


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