Iceland selling restaurant-standard steaks for fraction of the price

The meat - originally destined for top-quality restaurants - has now been made available for Iceland shoppers.

The Manc The Manc - 12th June 2020
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A massive luxury meat range has been launched by Iceland – with restaurant-standard steaks now on sale from just £3.65.

Many prime cuts of meat never arrived at the hospitality sector as intended during the pandemic, with thousands of restaurants across the UK forced to close.

However, Iceland has stepped in to save the steaks and sell them on at a fraction of the price.

Among the new meat range, shoppers can get their hands on Luxury Fillet Steaks (was £8.00, now £6.00, 2 pack), Luxury Aberdeen Angus Sirloin Steaks (£3.65, 170g) and Luxury Aberdeen Angus Rump Steaks (£3.65, 227g).

According to Iceland, the meat has been matured for 28 days, allowing a richer flavour to develop with a tender texture.


The budget supermarket is also hosting Steak Fortnight from 10 – 24 June – where Luxury Aberdeen Angus Sirloin Steaks and Luxury Aberdeen Angus Rump steaks will be two for £6.

Elsewhere, whopping Big Daddy 16oz Rump Steaks (£5.00, 16oz) and Big Daddy 12oz Sirloin Steaks (£5.00, 12oz) are available for just £5 each.


Customers can even take advantage of Iceland’s Steak Dinner For Two for just £9 – which includes 2x steaks, onion rings, mushrooms and strawberry cheesecake.

This ought to fill the void until restaurants can reopen again, eh?

Visit Iceland’s website for more information.