A steakhouse in Sao Paolo, Brazil, is reportedly serving different cuts of meat for men and for women, according to Buzzfeed. This instagram photo shows the steakhouse's beef section of the menu separated into different options for men and women. 

The women's cuts are smaller and cheaper, so we're guessing the Brazilian steakhouse is just using gender as a way to differentiate between different serving sizes of meat. While this probably wouldn't fly at a restaurant in the United States, a steakhouse in New York City serving a $350 piece of steak is perfectly real. 

Looking to control your own cut of beef? Check out three essential tips in How to Cook Steak to Perfect Doneness.

 

 

 

 

 

Image Credit: kubinkubin on Instagram

 

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