Matsusaka Beef Specialty

Mastsusaka beef 100% Beef Cutlet Sandwich
Mastsusaka beef 100% Beef Cutlet Sandwich
Mastsusaka beef 100% Beef Cutlet Sandwich

What is "100% Matsusaka Beef Sandwich"?

Beef sandwich made with 100% Matsusaka beef. Thanks to the popularity of this Osaka delicacy, the total number of sandwiches sold has exceeded 2.5 million! The luxurious beef cutlet is carefully deep-fried, layered with high-quality marbled and lean Matsusaka beef, and served with a slightly sweet sauce and lightly toasted bread. We hope you enjoy this ultimate beef sandwich full of the delicious flavor of Matsusaka beef.

Regular-size Tax-included ¥1,290 half-size Tax-included ¥720 Over 2.5million seller!

*Product design, specifications, appearance, and prices are subject to change without notice.

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    Attention#1 100% Matsusaka beef!

    At "M", our Matsusaka beef specialty restaurant in Osaka, we have a dedicated procurement manager stationed in Mie Prefecture to purchase only carefully selected Matsusaka beef, one head at a time. We provide our customers with safe and secure ingredients a

    Attention#2 Nostalgic sauces

    As represented by Osaka's famous shish-kebabs, sauce goes well with pork cutlets. We have created a special sauce with a little sweet sauce and a hint of mustard to go with our beef cutlet. It is the perfect sauce to go with the beef cutlet.

    Attention#3 Layers upon layers

    This new concept of beef cutlet is made by layering several layers of Matsusaka beef lean and marbled meat in a well-balanced manner, carefully battering and deep frying each piece. One bite of this beef cutlet and you will feel the juices of the beef overflowing in your mouth and the flavor of the Matsusaka beef spreading out.

    A video showing how to get to the M&DELI store from the Shinkansen ticket gate at Shin-Osaka Station has been uploaded to YouTube.