Beef Blade Steak



Sourced from the shoulder of the cow, Beef blade steak is a rich, creamy cut that looks just as good as it tastes. Its balance of fat and marbling packs it full of robust natural flavours, perfect for grilling, braising, or slow cooking.

This lean cut combines the best of both worlds: it doesn’t contain as much fat as the traditional New York Strip Steak but has plenty of connective tissues that add a delightfully chewy element.

For the perfect pie filling, Beef blade steak is what you need.

It’s equally at home in a sandwich as a cold cut, tossed into a wok as the perfect stir-fry protein source. You can even slow-cook it with vegetables and herbs for a winter stew that’s sure to warm the heart.

When you need a low-cost, versatile, and hearty cut of meat for your next meal, make it a Beef blade steak from Meatse.

Approx Weight: 250 Grams

Keep refrigerated and consume within 3 days

We deliver to all UK mainland addresses. Deliveries will arrive between 9am and 6pm, Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays.

We use a 24 hour service via DPD and parcel force, so orders will arrive the following day from when the order is placed.

Orders below the total value of £40.00 will in-cure a shipping fee of £7.99. Orders above the total value £40.00 will have free shipping.

Firstly we will vacuum pack the meat after this we will place the orders into thermal temperature controlled bags and we will place gel ice packs within these bags. This will then placed into a corrugated cardboard box this will make sure the meats stay fresh for at least 58 hours.
All our meat is freshly cut daily by our masters butchers. At Meatse we take pride in the quality of our product.
By only selling FRESH meat, you can be sure that each product has been carefully sourced from reliable suppliers and is guaranteed to be of high quality.
Sourced Ethically

We are committed to ethical sourcing of our products. We make sure all our Meat is sourced from suppliers who adhere to strict ethical and sustainability standards.


Good meat should have a rich, bold flavor that is well-balanced and not overpowering. This flavor should be a result of the combination of the animal’s diet, breed, and the cooking method used.