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For a truly unbeatable steak experience, Omaha Steaks filet mignon is the only choice. We've delivered more of these steaks than any other, simply because they're the most tender, most special, most memorable steaks anyone could eat. Each is hand-selected for beef quality by our team of decades-experienced butchers and then carefully trimmed to deliver incredible texture and flavor. Omaha Steaks filet mignon has been served to presidents, celebrities, and to celebrate special occasions at the dinner tablesof people just like you.
Our master butchers start with the very best grain-fed beef tenderloins. The tenderloin is the most expensive and most sought-after cut of beef, because there simply isn't very much of it to go around. It's small and unbelievably tender, which makes the steaks cut from the tenderloin especially special. Here's what makes Omaha Steaks filet mignon the best - natural aging. The tenderloins are aged at least 21 days to naturally allow the beef to maximize that tenderness and create our signature filet mignon experience.
Once aged, each tenderloin is carved into filet mignon steaks and trimmed to remove imperfections, and then flash-frozen and individually sealed. This step is what allows Omaha Steaks to 100% guarantee satisfaction - the perfection in each individual steak is frozen in time until the moment you're ready to enjoy it. The tenderness and aging… perfect. The color and consistency… perfect. The flavor… incredible. Order filet mignon from Omaha Steaks today and discover exactly what all the hype is about.
|Menu||Steaks & Chops|
|Meal Time||Dinner, Lunch|
|Cooking Method||Broil, Grill|
|Dietary Need||Gluten Free, Ketogenic Diet, Low Sodium, Paleo Diet|
|Steak Cut||Filet Mignon|
|People Serving||serves 4|
|Thickness||7/8, 1, 1 1/8|
These products are processed in our plants in Nebraska, USA after undergoing a strict series of quality checks and under the supervision of the United States Department of Agriculture.