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Picanha Rump Steak

Rs 95000

2 reviews

Picanha is a cut of beef that comes from the rump cap muscle. Picanha steaks are really popular in Brazil, where they're often bent in a horseshoe shape, skewered, and cooked over an open fire at the country's churrascarias.

Picanha is a cut of beef that comes from the rump cap muscle. Picanha steaks are really popular in Brazil, where they're often bent in a horseshoe shape, skewered, and cooked over an open fire at the country's churrascarias.

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FREDERIC LASCOURREGES
Excellent!

Very tasty and tender ...

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Dom Lejeune
Butcher Block vs Biltong MU

Thank you for the opportunity to offer a review on my latest purchase from BB (Butcher Block.) The Picanha that I bought was excellent but so are the cuts from BMU (Biltong MU)
I also ordered T bone steaks and full credit to BB as these were succulent and tender. The T bones previously ordered from BMU on the other hand were tough and I think that this was because their supplier did not age the meat before supply. If I compare the Boerewors between the two meat suppliers in Mauritius the victory goes to BMU as their wors was far tastier and more importantly had a more rigid texture which I believe is the way that wors should be. So a 50/50 score with opportunity to earn a dominant score an absolute reality.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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FREDERIC LASCOURREGES
Excellent!

Very tasty and tender ...

D
Dom Lejeune
Butcher Block vs Biltong MU

Thank you for the opportunity to offer a review on my latest purchase from BB (Butcher Block.) The Picanha that I bought was excellent but so are the cuts from BMU (Biltong MU)
I also ordered T bone steaks and full credit to BB as these were succulent and tender. The T bones previously ordered from BMU on the other hand were tough and I think that this was because their supplier did not age the meat before supply. If I compare the Boerewors between the two meat suppliers in Mauritius the victory goes to BMU as their wors was far tastier and more importantly had a more rigid texture which I believe is the way that wors should be. So a 50/50 score with opportunity to earn a dominant score an absolute reality.