Wagyu Rib Eye

190/18: Wagyu Rib Eye Steaks

190/18 – Wagyu Rib Eye Steaks:

I got the Farmison Christmas brochure through the post and spotted they had Wagyu Rib Eye Steaks and Sirloin Steaks. They were quite pricey but it was proper Japanese Wagyu and grade A4. I decided to treat myself and place an order.

The Meat:

2x 100g for £43 from Farmison.

Wagyu Rib Eye

Some serious marbling evident.

Wagyu Rib Eye

The Prep:

Out of the plastic, looks like it was a single rib eye steak cut in half. I just added some salt.

Wagyu Rib Eye

I have had my eye on a konro grill for a while. Whilst reading an article on binchotan charcoal I wondered if I could use some in my Thuros T1 as a konro style grill. 1 box of Pok Pok binchotan charcoal off Amazon for £5 and time to test. The Pok Pok charcoal is from sustainable rambutan orchards.

Wagyu Sirloin

Top of the box

Wagyu Sirloin


Wagyu Sirloin

6 blocks lit stood up in the chimney starter

Wagyu SirloinThen placed flat in the grill. The instructions say to stack them but you can’t get the grill on if you do that. 

Wagyu Rib Eye

Time to Cook:

I left the charcoal around 10 minutes to get really hot then placed the steak on top. As the meat was so thin I just gave it a couple of minutes each side. 

Wagyu Rib Eye

When the Thermapen said 55c I took them off. Good colour for such a quick cook.

Wagyu Rib Eye

Sliced up, nice and pink.

Wagyu Rib Eye 


I have wanted to try cooking proper Wagyu for a while so when I saw this on sale at Farmison I couldn’t resist it. The binchotan was interesting to cook on, hard to light but very hot and slow burning.

The meat had a nice beefy taste to it but tasted a bit greasy which I am guessing is the rendered fat. It was nice but I wouldn’t rush to buy it again.

Cook Difficulty: 2/5 
Cook Duration: Short: 1/5
Cook Equipment: Thuros T1
Cook Method: Direct
Charcoal: Pok Pok Binchotan
Smoking Wood: N/A
Cook temperature: Hot
Cook time: 4 minutes
Internal temperature: 55c (ish) – Thermapen
Notes: No major changes


Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

KUNGFUBBQ: UK BBQ Blog and Ooni Blog documenting recipe cooks from various cookbooks, my own recipes, reviews of BBQ’s and Accessories plus handy hints and tips. UK BBQ Blogs

Back to the Home Page

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *