I don’t recall ever having hot stone steak.
Like literally, a hot ass stone cooking a steak. I guess there’s the “chinese version” but I seriously doubt the steak is being cooked by the hot stone. Probably cooked before hand, and then these chinese people just put the cooked steak in a very hot plate.
That’s my two cents anyways.
I definitely have never seen a raw steak cooked right in front of me, on a hot stone.
Damn is this shit even safe to eat?
The waiter told me the stone itself has been in a stove for over 10 hours, so it’s super hot. I can tell that it’s hot since my steak was sizzling.
But uh..how do I cook this? After a couple minutes, my waiter realized I am a complete dumb ass and fool and don’t know how to cook it. So he came over and helped me do it. Scoreee!
Tada! My meat is done!
Probably a bit embarrassing that I need another man to cook my meat…but…what can you do. I didn’t want to ruin this fabulous piece of meat (this sentence is kind of wrong).
The steak unfortunately was a bit tough. And my super sweet iced tea. The locals here really like their sweet stuff. This is so bad for my low carb diet, so I just drank half of it.
Yeah didn’t think it was worth the price we were paying…..but the experience was pretty cool…
However, we did get a really cool view!
View was fantastic. Too bad I was eating with my boss, it was sort of a romantic atmosphere.
House of Wagyu, you were alright. Cool method of cooking, but maybe your meat can be a little bit better.
Written from Hong Kong, Home on September 27, 2017