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Filet Mignon Steaks
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Butcher's Cut Filet Mignons
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5 to 8 oz. steaks   #3113MBW
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Bacon-Wrapped Filet Mignons
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5 to 6 oz. steaks   #4668MBW
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Triple-Trimmed® Filet Mignons
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5 to 6 oz. steaks   #867MBW
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Private Reserve® Filet Mignons
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6 to 7 oz. steaks   #928MBW
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Private Reserve® Bone-In Filet Mignons
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14 oz. steaks   #3321MBW
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Butcher's Cut Chateaubriand
2 to 4 lb. roasts   #3142MBW
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What Our Customers Are Saying

"Extremely thick steak. And Ohhhh so delicious! You can't ever go wrong with Omaha Steaks!"
John M. - Smithsburg, MD
"GOOD! GOOD! GOOD!"
Richard P. - Akron, OH
"Delicious and tender!"
Joyce V. - Woodlawn, MD

What Is A Filet Mignon?

The filet mignon is an elegant steak carved from the tenderloin, which only accounts for about 2-3% of the steer. You can expect your filet mignon to have a fork-tender texture and an exquisitely mild flavor.

How To Choose The Right Filet Mignon

When selecting a filet mignon, it's important to keep a few factors in mind to ensure you get the best possible experience. Choose a filet that's been:
  • Aged at least 30 days. Aging is responsible for the steak's tenderness. So, the longer it's been aged, the more tender it should be.
  • Trimmed by a butcher at least twice. Removing imperfections and fat means your steak will be lean and tender.
  • At least 1 ½" thick. A thicker filet mignon means the center will be better insulated from heat and will produce a more tender bite.

What You Should Expect From A Filet Mignon

When selecting a filet mignon, it's important to keep a few factors in mind to ensure you get the best possible experience. Choose a filet that's been:
  • Melt-in-your-mouth, fork-tender texture
  • Lean and thick with a mild flavor
  • Boneless and trimmed of most fat
  • Easy and quick to grill - it is best served medium-rare

How Do I Cook A Filet Mignon?

Filet mignon steaks are best cooked rare to medium-rare. While we prefer it cooked this way, we recognize that not everyone wants a rare steak. The filet mignon can be cooked medium or well done and still retain it's tenderness. At temperatures higher than medium, we recommend adding a sauce or butter to bring more moisture to the eating experience.

Delivery

When you order filet mignon from Omaha Steaks you can count on it being delivered to its destination frozen, fresh and on time. All our packages are shipped in dry ice to ensure it arrives PerfectlyCold™. You can track your order by logging into your Omaha Steaks account or checking our Order Status Lookup tool.

Storage

At the peak of tenderness our Filet Mignons are vacuum sealed and frozen. This packaging process keeps your steaks fresh and flavorful for up to three months when you store them in a properly working freezer.
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