How do you like your steak cooked? At Nolan’s Restaurant, we use only USDA choice, corn-fed beef, slightly aged for tenderness and taste. But we cook it to your specifications.
So what are those different levels of cooking steak and what do they mean?
Well done: Grayish-brown with no sign of pink. It’s usually slightly charred on the outside. Cooking a good steak to this level of doneness is a challenge.
Medium well: Mostly gray-brown throughout, but with a hint of pale pink inside. It’s a slightly juicy steak, but with no sign of blood in it.
Medium: A clear band of pink in the middle of the steak. There should still be slightly more gray-brown than pink coloration.
Medium rare: Warm and has a mostly pink-to-red center. Firm on the outside, soft and juicy on the inside.
Rare: Cool or warm red center. It’s nearly like raw meat, but cooked on the outside.
How do you prefer your steak? Ready to bite into a filet or ribeye perfectly cooked to your taste? Come join us!