Saturday, April 11, 2020

Steak dinner at Huber's Bistro

Huber's Bistro, argentinian tenderloin blue cheese

We haven't come over to Huber's Bistro for a while and decided to for a couple of reasons. The restaurant has now a bunch of steak options that are dinner only and - nobody wants to tar pow steak home. This was shortly before the prohibition of dining in for restaurants as part of the local government's "circuit breaker" .

Huber's Bistro, argentinian tenderloin

Got the Argentinian grass fed tenderloin because there was a Gorgonzola topping option. 220g, so not a large steak.

Huber's Bistro, blue cheese

That's the said Gorgonzola topping - which I had initially imagined to be some sort of sauce like what they used to have

Huber's Bistro, australian wagyu spider steak

The other steak we tried was their Australian wagyu spider steak - a cut near the hip bone of the cow that contains reticular structured fat filaments that is reminiscent of a spider’s web. Hence the name. The flavour was outstanding that I thought it needed nothing beyond salt and pepper. Not that a good sauce wouldn't be nice but....

Huber's Bistro, flat iron steak

Ordered an Australian Angus flat iron with mushroom sauce. Because the steaks were small and we needed more. Again, a cut with sufficient flavour that only salt and pepper is required though I kinda enjoyed it with their mushroom sauce too.

Huber's Bistro, Dempsey

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