The sirloin along with the fillet, is the most precious cut of the beast for the butcher. The pedigree of our beef and the quality of their diet means ample marbling which is essential for tenderness and succulence. This joint is dry aged to concentrate the flavour, before being carefully prepared and rolled by hand for a neat roasting joint.
Sirloin comes from the French “sur la longe” or above the loin from where it is cut. Our Sirloin boast the characteristic marbling that explains its reputation for taste and which to a butcher is a sign of the meat’s quality, promising tenderness and flavour when cooked.