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How much is a tomahawk steak at Lidl?

Waitrose is also selling a tomahawk steak but it comes at a higher price tag than the Lidl version at £26.99 per kg, meaning you’ll save £12 per kg if you go with the Lidl version. Aldi brought out its own tomahawk steak for the August bank holiday weekend last year and it was the cheapest on the market at £12.99 per kg.

Where can you buy a tomahawk steak in the UK?

You can get your hands on one in any of Lidl’s 760 stores in the UK. Waitrose is also selling a tomahawk steak but it comes at a higher price tag than the Lidl version at £26.99 per kg, meaning you’ll save £12 per kg if you go with the Lidl version.

When is the Aldi tomahawk steak back on sale?

Just in time for the bank holiday, the Aldi tomahawk steak will return to shelves on August 22 at £12.99 per kg. That’s £2 cheaper than the Lidl alternative which is retailing at £14.99 per kg after returning to shops today.

How much is a Lidl steak per kg?

Perfect for meat lovers, the steak is produced in the UK from British beef and will be on sale tomorrow for £14.99 per kg. The meat, which is rib-eye beef on a six to eight inch bone, has been dry aged for 14 days and further matured to 21 days, which Lidl says leaves the steak extra juicy.

Is Lidl’s tomahawk steak dry aged?

Lidl are launching a dry aged British beef tomahawk steak The meat, which is rib-eye beef on a six to eight inch bone, has been dry aged for 14 days and further matured to 21 days, which Lidl says leaves the steak extra juicy.

Where can you buy a tomahawk steak in the UK?

You can get your hands on one in any of Lidl’s 760 stores in the UK. Waitrose is also selling a tomahawk steak but it comes at a higher price tag than the Lidl version at £26.99 per kg, meaning you’ll save £12 per kg if you go with the Lidl version.

How much is a Lidl steak per kg?

Perfect for meat lovers, the steak is produced in the UK from British beef and will be on sale tomorrow for £14.99 per kg. The meat, which is rib-eye beef on a six to eight inch bone, has been dry aged for 14 days and further matured to 21 days, which Lidl says leaves the steak extra juicy.

When is the Aldi tomahawk steak back on sale?

Just in time for the bank holiday, the Aldi tomahawk steak will return to shelves on August 22 at £12.99 per kg. That’s £2 cheaper than the Lidl alternative which is retailing at £14.99 per kg after returning to shops today.

Is Aldi’s tomahawk steak cheaper than Lidl?

HUGE news for meat lovers as Aldi has announced the return of its massive tomahawk steak – and it’s cheaper than the Lidl version. The discounter revealed it is bringing back the mega piece of beef due to popular demand after previously telling The Sun it had no plans to do so.

Does Aldi sell steak on bank holidays?

To help shoppers celebrate the final Bank Holiday of the year, Aldi has announced the return of its ‘ cuts above the rest’ steak offering, including the exceedingly colossal Tomahawk (£13.49 per kg). Juicy, thick and succulent, this crowd-pleasing whopper is a great addition to any Bank Holiday barbeque.

What cut of meat is tomahawk steak?

A tomahawk steak is a cut of rib-eye beef on the bone and Aldi says their version is tender and full of flavour when cooked. Waitrose also sells its own tomahawk steak for £26.99 per kg, so you’ll save £14 per kg if you shop at Aldi.

Which cut of beef is Aldi’s best?

Not stopping there, the discount supermarket is also stocking shelves with its popular British Wagyu steak. Lauded as one of the best cuts of beef that money can buy, customers can claim their steak on Aldi’s Specially Selected Wagyu Sirloin (£6.47, 227g), Wagyu Rump (£6.01, 227g), Wagyu Ribeye (£6.98, 227g), and Wagyu Fillet Steak (£7.48, 170g).

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