Porterhouse Steak: Australia Vs Europe

Feature for Steak School

What is a porterhouse steak? It’s easy to ask, not so simple to answer. Here in Australia we commonly know porterhouse as a boneless sirloin steak, but pretty much everywhere else in the world a porterhouse comes on the bone.

Us along with our friends over the ditch in New Zealand are the anomaly. And since our food culture takes cues from around the globe, you may see Aussie restaurants serving t-bone style steaks and calling it porterhouse. What does it mean when Walter’s Steakhouse in Brisbane says its signature is a US-style porterhouse, and Meatmaiden in Melbourne dry ages this style of porterhouse in-house?

Read the full feature online at Steak School.

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