Experience the Difference
Whilst our herd may be small, we do offer a Beef Box service where you can literally delve into the wonderful world of our Wagyu beef.
Whether you have a special occasion coming up, want a unique gift for friends or clients, or simply value top quality beef from a highly personal and committed British supplier, why not try a Cotswold Wagyu Beef Box. Our beef boxes are available in two sizes.
Ideal for those who may not have tried Cotswold Wagyu before and want to experience its unique texture and taste.
Priced from £80.00 exc delivery
Contains a selection of cuts to give you a real Cotswold Wagyu experience. Can include steaks and a roasting joint, plus your choice of burgers, pie or a special cut, so you'll be ready for anything from a family luncheon or dinner party, to a simply luxurious steak night.
Priced from £160.00 exc delivery
(If you have a special order, like a whole fillet, or you fancy a rolled sirloin to roast for example, just let us know and we'll do our best to help)
Want an extra special gift for the foodie in your life? How about a Cotswold Wagyu Beef Box Voucher so they can arrange their own treat. Contact us for details and to order a Gift Voucher.
On the menu
AT RESTAURANTS AND EVENTS
Our thanks to loyal restaurant and catering customers who offer Cotwold Wagyu on their menus, giving their own customers the chance to experience our beef.
The Clarence Social, Cheltenham - enjoy the house Cotswold Wagyu burger (a real best-seller), in a relaxed and contemporary environment in the heart of Cheltenham.
The Holford Arms, Knockdown nr Tetbury - Cotswold Wagyu burgers are a popular regular on the menu of this traditional pub, known for its classic food with an innovative twist.
The Priory Inn, Tetbury - we're proud to supply this popular inn which has developed a close network of local producers so some 90% of its food and drink comes from within a 30-mile radius of Tetbury. Our Wagyu beef burgers are an in-demand staple.
The Seven Tuns, Chedworth - our Cotswold Wagyu makes regular appearances among the high quality and imaginative dishes conjured up by Head Chef and owner, Tom Conway, at this cosy country pub and restaurant in beautiful Cotswold surroundings.
Waterloo House, Nailsworth - in the centre of Nailsworth, renowned for its 'foodie' vibe, Waterloo House chose Cotswold Wagyu burgers for the menu in this smart wine bar, steakhouse and cocktail bar.
Join our list of private catering customers who love the chance to add our very special beef to their menu offering. We are also keen to build a selected list of retail outlets, so if you are a quality butcher, farm shop or specialist food retailer, please get in touch.
For large one-off beef orders or a regular supply of Cotswold Wagyu to your quality butcher, farm shop or specialist food outlet - please contact us directly to find out more.
PRIVATE CATERERS, BUTCHERS, FARM SHOPS AND FOOD RETAILERS
We work closely with our butcher to ensure a good variety of cuts is available for customers, and also liaise with restaurants, chefs and the trade on what they require. As a result we are able to supply a choice that includes high quality steaks, prime cuts and roasting joints, plus more speciality cuts like shin, chuck and skirt. Our burgers are made by the butcher and the 4-person Wagyu Pie by a professional local chef. Please contact us to check availability at any time and for any special requests.
(BECAUSE WAGYU IS DIFFERENT)
Thanks to its highly prized marbling, Wagyu behaves differently to other beef. Follow our guidelines to ensure you get the most from your Wagyu beef.
Remove beef from the fridge at least 30 minutes before use so that it cooks evenly throughout.
Do not marinade Wagyu. The special ratio of muscle:fat:connective tissue means it can toughen in contact with salt or acids. Season only lightly, immediately before cooking; then make any adjustments to your taste prior to serving.
Handle Wagyu with care during preparation and cooking, so you retain the valued strands of intramuscular fats. Try not to ‘stretch’ the meat: use a spatula to gently turn steaks for example, and do not ‘squish’ it with tongs which can press out the juices.
Wagyu fat melts swiftly (and can burn easily), so cook the beef at lower temperatures than normal – particularly steak or burgers, allowing the fat to reach its delicious ‘melting’ point.
Wagyu is best eaten rare to medium rare. Do not put in a searing hot pan to create an outer ‘crust’ – you may lose the beef’s unique rich and buttery texture.
Always rest your beef before eating – it allows the meat to relax and lets the juices disperse.
Click below to download handy tips on cooking our beef.
YOU'LL LOVE THIS ONE!
TOP RECIPE FROM TOM CONWAY - CHEF
Cotswold Wagyu Carpaccio
with shallot rings, beetroot and horseradish puree, parmesan and watercress
Make a real impression with this delicious dish using our Cotswold Wagyu Ribeye Steak.
Tucker's Tomato Chutney
We don't know quite where this recipe originated; it's just one of those family favourites we turn to,
particularly when there's a glut of tomatoes. Ideal served alongside a Cotswold Wagyu burger - all tucked up in a toasted brioche bun.
OUR FAMILY FAVOURITE CHUTNEY
TRY THIS WITH A WAGYU BURGER - WE THINK IT'S DELICIOUS!
TOP RECIPE FROM MARK PAYNE - HEAD CHEF, THE BELL INN, SELSLEY
Tortellini of Braised Wagyu Shin
One of the hits of our Wagyu and Wine dinner, this flavour-packed Tortellini makes a fantastic starter or can used as a garnish to top a seared Wagyu sirloin as served on the night.
"Cotswold Wagyu is a favourite with our family and friends. The ribeye steaks are delicious, so thank you Tuckers - we love your beef"
Sir AP and Lady McCoy
"Cotswold Wagyu is a fantastic product that always goes down a storm. Whether it’s a steak or a roast topside, the quality stands out and oozes class"
Tom Conway, Chef
“We always look forward to our Cotswold Wagyu box. It’s a real treat and superb beef.”
Miles Cohen - London