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WTF :shock: Well any decent cut of steak to be honest.

Ruined I tell you, ruined.

Oh and Jobbo, you ever eaten at Beef in Kenilworth ?

If so any good ?

No, never heard of it - must have opened since we moved. Ah, seems to be where La Cucina used to be; never went in there, it looked so unappealing!

Generally, most places in Kenilworth are OK but pricey, or chains and not very exciting, I think.

Updated November 27, 2012 at 8:18 AM

http://www.beef-restaurant.co.uk/

Might just end up in the Stag at Offchurch, but just fancied trying somewhere new.

What inspired this moan?

Of course it is incorrect to have fillet (or any) steak well done.

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Red Lion at Hunningham is always nice, if it isn't currently flooded.

I like well done fillet staek. It is delicious. I do not want to eat (any) uncooked meat thanks.

Went to the Lazy Cow in Warwick recently, not my favorite place, a bit overated but 2 couples on our table all had well done Fillets and then moaned afterwards it was a bit tough.

A mate of mine is a chef and he's had fish dishes returned to the kitchen because they taste "Too Fishy" :roll:

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mik said...

I like well done fillet staek. It is delicious. I do not want to eat (any) uncooked meat thanks.

DIW.

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Dinny_G said...

A mate of mine is a chef and he's had fish dishes returned to the kitchen because they taste "Too Fishy" :roll:

This fvcking annoys me to infinity. Also, see people who asks for extra hot(spicy) and can't handle it.

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duncs500 said...

mik said...

I like well done fillet staek. It is delicious. I do not want to eat (any) uncooked meat thanks.

DIW.

DI very Wrong. Steak Tartare and Carpaccio de Manzo are 2 of the finest dishes known to man.

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Dr.(tbc) Alex said...

Dinny_G said...

A mate of mine is a chef and he's had fish dishes returned to the kitchen because they taste "Too Fishy" :roll:

This fvcking annoys me to infinity. Also, see people who asks for extra hot(spicy) and can't handle it.

Chantilly Cream sent back because "It's off". He (and every other Chef I'm sure) has hundreds of these

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This Gazpacho soup is cold!

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Dinny_G said...

A mate of mine is a chef and he's had fish dishes returned to the kitchen because they taste "Too Fishy" :roll:

this is why i don't eat plain oysters. but then i don't order them in the first place. they taste, to me, like the water if a licked the chopping board after filleting a proper fish.

mussels or nearly any other kind of seafood however...mmmmmhhhhhmmmm.

NotoriousREV said...

duncs500 said...

mik said...

I like well done fillet staek. It is delicious. I do not want to eat (any) uncooked meat thanks.

DIW.

DI very Wrong. Steak Tartare and Carpaccio de Manzo are 2 of the finest dishes known to man.

Rev is most correct. I'm not eating meat just now but I'm planning to spend an obscene amount of money on a nice big bit of Fillet for Christmas dinner this year, barely cooked obviously 8).

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zedleg said...

I'm planning to spend an obscene amount of money on a nice big bit of Fillet for Christmas dinner this year, barely cooked obviously 8).

Has to be Chateaubriand so surely ??

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NotoriousREV said...

duncs500 said...

mik said...

I like well done fillet staek. It is delicious. I do not want to eat (any) uncooked meat thanks.

DIW.

DI very Wrong. Steak Tartare and Carpaccio de Manzo are 2 of the finest dishes known to man.

Insert vomit smiley here ==>

Fillet not my favorite cut to be honest, steak needs a bit of marbeling IMO so I usually have ribeye as I like the taste of the sweet fat too.


I totally agree that Ribeye makes a better steak but there's not much that'll beat a really well done bit of Fillet for celebration food. Last few years I've done Venison, Fillet Beef and Duck for christmas and the beef was the best by a long way.

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