Australian Wagyu Filet Mignon

Australian Wagyu Filet Mignon

Australian Wagyu Filet Mignon

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  • Sustainably family farmed in Darling Downs, Queensland Australia.
  • Certified free from hormones, growth promotants and GMOs.
  • Grass fed, then finished on a minimum of 400 days on white grain.
  • Winner of the World Steak Challenge.
  • Winner of the Triple Crown Steak Challenge.

Australian Wagyu

Australia’s soils, grasses, and climate differ naturally from Japan’s, and the cattle are fed over 400 days instead of 600 days. Australian Wagyu originated from purebred, crossbred, and fullblood cattle, and they all possess significant amounts of muscular fat.

What is The BMS Scale?

BMS, which stands for "Beef Marbling Scale," is used to grade the quality of beef. The Australian grading scale ranges from BMS 1-9, with 1 being the least marbled and 9 being the most marbled. Other quality categories are taken into account as well and the lowest of all scores is the grade of the meat.

We’ve labeled all our AUS steaks into 3 grading scales:


BMS 4-5 - This is our economy grade wagyu. Delicious and affordable.


BMS 6-7 - The marbling is amazing and is the best bang for your buck…or well, cow ;)


BMS 8+ - Equivalent to a Japanese A5 Wagyu. The richest and most marbled piece of steak.


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
richard baer
Australian waygu filet

Great juicy big filet, worth every penny,got the gold grade filets. There amazing. Best you can get right after japanese waygu,pan fried, amazing steaks

William Baumbeck

I purchased two of the 6oz Silver Grade fillet mignon's, pan fried them and they were outstanding!

At 73, I am tired of supermarket meat (even USDA Prime), Sam's Club choices (even USDA Prime) as well as COSTCO selections. You only live once and there is no reason why you have to consume anything that doesn't taste good as long as you can afford it.

I have sampled numerous A5 Japanese Waygu steaks of various cuts. The Australian Silver Grade fillet's, cooked medium, were fork tender (no knife needed). Adding Olsson's Sea Salt (also ordered) provided 'frosting on the cake'.

Australian Waygu is much more substantial than the Japanese variety (less fat). I believe this variety of Waygu will be more acceptable to the American pallet.

Jeff lentz

What a great company with very friendly and knowledgable owner. Received my order next day along with tips on how to prepare. It was fan fricken tastic and will be back again and again. Dont hesitate.