Also Known As: Baseball Cut Strip Filet; Manhattan Filet; Strip Steak, Split; Top Loin Filet. Thick cut but smaller diameter than Strip Steak with a robust taste. Season simply with salt and pepper or your favorite rub and grill.
It's not quite as tender as the nearby tenderloin, but it's still a great option for a nice, typically boneless steak that cooks evenly and quickly with a great beef flavor and nice chew. ... No matter what you call them, they are delicious and tender and a popular restaurant steak