The New York strip has an intense flavor, with bold, beefy notes.
It’s not the most tender steak – one of the reasons people love it is for its great bite and solid chew. The rich marbling inherent in this steak creates a robust flavor and delicious eating experience.
The New York strip is cut from the beef short loin, sometimes with the bone attached but most often as a boneless steak. If the butcher leaves the strip loin and tenderloin intact through the short loin, the short loin will transform into T-bone and porterhouse steaks.