Top Sirloin Steak

Approx. 8 oz.


This cut is available in 2 grades. Learn more

Hailing from vaunted sirloin, the same section that yields customer favorites such as Tri-Tip and Bavette, the Top Sirloin Steak is an underrated – and well-priced - cut if there ever was one.

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About the Top Sirloin Steak

As I’m prone to do on a sunny fall afternoon, I popped into my neighborhood wine shop to talk shop with the shop owner Jens and peruse the musty aisles with wonder at all the choices at hand. Jens, as wine shop owners tend to be, is a character full of stories of travels abroad and many, many glasses of great wines. Always a fan of a clever turn of phrase, Jens had one that has ear wormed its way into my psyche like no other: the “Tuesday Night Wine.” Of course, the beauty of the bon mot is that it’s instantly parsable – we know what it means the first time we hear it. And like a good ear worm, you begin to hear it and apply it to everyday situations. And in this particular case, we apply it here, even on a Friday: pair a Mishima’s Reserve’s Tuesday night steak – the Top Sirloin – with a juicy Tuesday night cabernet for a lovely and delicious start to the weekend. 

  • Kuroge Washu bulls raised in the U.S. and bred with American cows
  • No added hormones or growth promotants of any kind
  • Hand-cut by our master butchers
  • Individually wrapped
  • BMS varies depending on grade (learn more about our grades)
  • Product ships with dry ice to arrive frozen or chilled
The top of the sirloin section produces steaks that are great for grilling.
The top of the sirloin section produces steaks that are great for grilling.

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Sustainably Packaged

We have two important objectives in preparing your order for shipment. First and foremost, that your meat arrives in perfect condition. Second, that the packaging be as environmentally friendly as possible. We seal each steak in its own airtight wrapper and use dry ice to ensure everything stays frozen or near-frozen in transit. The insulating liner is water-soluble and can literally be washed down the drain or composted, and the outer shipping carton is fully recyclable, post-consumer cardboard.

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