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Steak And Eggs Is A Riskier Brunch Choice Than You Think
The big gamble that comes with ordering steak and eggs is the cut of steak you get. Cooks often use a cheap cut like skirt or flank steak, which can be chewy and tough.
To determine if you should skip the steak and eggs, compare its menu price to one of the restaurant's meat-free options, like a vegetable omelet.
If there's very little difference between the two prices, you can bet that the cook is using a cheap cut of meat. If the steak were high quality, the price would reflect that.
This trend doesn’t extend to all brunch spots. At a fancy establishment, you’ll likely get good steak, but at chains or local diners, you might want to think twice.