[NSW, VIC] Restaurant Grade Wagyu Slice (1.5mm) 500g for $12.50 (NSW/VIC Minimum Order $50/$100) + Delivery @ Osawa Enterprises

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Restaurant Grade Wagyu Slice (1.5mm) – SPECIAL OFFER

Special Lockdown Offer
※Non-Halal

Limited to 300 trays per day.
To help us all get through this difficult time we are offering 500g of RESTAURANT GRADE WAGYU for the absolutely smashing price of $12.50
If you have not tried Wagyu before this is an amazing opportunity to get a real bang for your buck. Half a kilo of Wagyu is more than enough to feed the whole family or for individuals, our Wagyu slice can be frozen and stored for up to three weeks.※Please keep the beef in the freezer if you will NOT use it within 2 days after you receive it.

Perfect for Hotpot, Stir fry, or a quick flash fry in the pan. Why not try something different and try your delicious Wagyu slice on a fresh bread roll with some Yakinuku sauce.

RESTAURANT GRADE WAGYU SLICE (1.5mm) ※We do NOT sell unsliced/ whole block.
500G/ $12.50

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Comments

  • +5 votes

    Minimum spend for Melbourne orders is $100 + $20 door to door delivery.

  • +4 votes

    these guys advertising on fb like crazy

    • +4 votes

      I learned of them here yesterday morning (the rump cap deal).

      • Order placed around 11am yesterday.
      • Yesterday afternoon I received email confirmation that delivery would be today.
      • This morning I received SMS confirmation of delivery timeframe (4pm to 8pm)
      • Phone call at 4.40pm from driver advising he was 5mins away
      • Order delivered at 4.45pm by a friendly chap named Jason.

      Can't fault the ordering system or their customer service.

      Looking forward to cooking this dead cow. It looks superb.

  • +2 votes

    Why is it so thinly sliced?

  • +4 votes

    Title

    Restaurant Grade Wagyu Slice (1.2mm)

    Description

    RESTAURANT GRADE WAGYU SLICE (1.5mm)

    So which is it?

  • -1 vote

    Special Lockdown Offer
    ※Non-Halal

    Do you often run Non-Halal specials?

    • +3 votes

      Lol I liked it more for that

    • +15 votes

      regardless they get a +1 from me for being non-halal.

    • +22 votes

      They should. Sick of paying extra for Halal certification where the money ends up in questionable pockets.

      I'm in!

      • +9 votes

        A senate inquiry proved the money doesn't go into questionable hands. The highest levels of government proved you wrong. Also, people wouldn't pay for certification unless it made them money, which it does - $8 billion extra in the pockets of Australians.

        • -15 votes

          they fund hamas and the muslim brotherhood. Why should I pay extra for food anyway just because of this scam? If they dont want to eat food for some ancient religious false reason then thats fine, but I also stand by my thoughts on animal cruelty and the halal process is CLEARLY animal cruelty and no one says anything for fear of offending someone

          • +17 votes

            @i7-2600k: Why pay extra at the cash register for everyone else to use afterpay or credit card when cash is cheaper? Why pay tax to build schools or hospitals when you're young and healthy?

            Any item has things built into the sale price. They get the certification to sell to more potential customers.

            Why do you rednecks not get so militant about Kosher which is basically the same thing?

        • +5 votes

          Presuming you are referring to the 2015 inquiry into food certification, whilst they found no evidence of terrorism financing, the committee certainly did not prove that the money doesn't go into (other) questionable hands.

          Why do you think the Halal certification industry have not acted on the recommendation from said committee that they establish a single Halal certification authority and a single national registered certified trademark?

          • +2 votes

            @UncleRico:

            Why do you think the Halal certification industry have not acted on the recommendation from said committee that they establish a single Halal certification authority and a single national registered certified trademark?

            They're private corporations. Try and merge 50 private businesses across states and consolidate suppliers, pay, tax, sales, etc. Good luck. It still won't solve your issue of "questionable" hands. It's a business and they can do whatever they want with the money. For you, "questionable" means Muslim, so you'll never be satisfied until Muslims can't certify their own foods.

      • +2 votes

        Halal is also less than humane animal slaughter.

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          Incorrect. In Australia, which I presume you also live….

          The vast majority of halal slaughter in Australia (including at export abattoirs) complies with standard slaughter practice where all animals are stunned prior to slaughter.

          Source: RSPCA

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        Oops, at my local halal butcher they’re selling cheaper than big supermarkets. I don’t think halal is different from kosher certification.

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    website slow…

  • +3 votes

    Please make available for Brisbane.

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    What's the grading rating? Restaurant grade does not tell me anything.

  • +2 votes

    Hi All,

    Thanks for the interest in this product. Unfortunately due to unprecedented demand, our website is experiencing some difficulty loading.

    We have spoken to our IT team and they are working to fix the issues as quickly as possible.

    If you are unable to place your order please check back in later tonight or tomorrow.

    Thanks,

    Osawa Enterprises

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    500g for the whole family? pffft lightweights.
    :P

  • +5 votes

    They are getting in before the market is flooded with Australian stock that WAS bound for China.

    Beef bonanza coming our way.

  • +1 vote

    OP, any other cuts on special? Got any wagyu silverside? I’m fixing to make some primo jerky!

    Solid +1 for non-halal too.

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    I think the slices are too thick.

  • +2 votes

    You post about restaurant grade Wagyu but don't include a marble score?

  • +3 votes

    Is this the same offering as the Poked wagyu slices? I believe in that thread someone linked that the beef came from this particular supplier.

  • +6 votes

    Tried them but I don't think these are very good. For this price you're better off getting normal beef from Colesworth. It'll taste beefier and nicer than this lower grade wagyu.

    • +5 votes

      Yeah, I got them the last time they came up on ozbargain a month ago or so. The specials been running for several weeks. I bought a few for the family and a friend. No one was really that impressed, it just tasted like a beef slice, not the same as having proper steaks where perhaps the Wagyu / wagyu ratings etc make a difference.

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    Great deal and even better for me as I am allergic to all Halal meat so I will be stocking up.

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    Don’t forget to use their intro offer as well for 10%off

  • +5 votes

    I ordered 4 packs last weekend, use it for hotpot. I don't see fat on it. I don't know why it calls wagyu.it's big slice. 1.5 times bigger than the picture shown. The price is still cheap. but again no fat in it.

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      Wagyu without marbling?

      • +2 votes

        I'm no expert but isn't the entire purpose of Wagyu(Kobe) beef the high fat/marbling that makes it super tender and flavourful?
        I've never tried it before but when I do I've always thought you try to choose the highest most evenly spread marbling?
        Is anyone an expert, I'm tempted to buy but is this actually Wagyu in the true sense of its premium tag

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      I agree - for this particular product, there is minimal fat for a wagyu meat. It was fairly lean. Still nice beef but not like wagyu at certain restaurants I go to.

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      I had M9 from another place on the weekend and the marbling was just meh, can't imagine what M5-M7 would be like for hotpots.

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    how good is it comparing with Costco?

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