Jack’s Creek are a big name on the steak scene right now. The New South Wales producer first rose to global recognition when they won the World’s Best Steak competition in 2015, following that up with another win in 2016 and a win for the World’s Best Fillet Steak in 2017. High demand was expected, and until recently consumers were only able to get their hands Jack’s Creek beef from select restaurant and pubs across Australia. That’s changed with the farm’s very first state-wide retail distribution detail, getting these award-winning cuts out to Harris Farm stores across NSW.... Read More | Share it now!
It’s safe to say that when you hear the name Jack’s Creek you are guaranteed a good steak. In fact, you’re guaranteed the world’s best. Three times they’ve taken out top honours in the World’s Best Steak international competition, proving that their superior produce coming from NSW is truly special for those who love a nice, juicy, fatty and flavour-rich cut. ... Read More | Share it now!
Don’t call it comeback. Australian beef producer Jack’s Creek have, for the third year in a row, dominated London’s coveted World Steak Challenge, walking away with the title of World’s Best Fillet Steak. Bringing home one of the competition’s top awards, this has solidified Jack’s Creek as a serious force despite being a relative newcomer on the scene, besting 17 countries and over 100 entries to emerge in the first place.... Read More | Share it now!
The Paddington Inn affectionately dubbed ‘Paddo Inn’ by locals is reigniting an old friendship with renown chef Matt Moran who began his illustrious career there over two decades ago. The Inn which is operated by Solotel gave Moran his first leg up in the industry and was the catalyst for a very prosperous partnership between Moran and Solotel’s Bruce Solomon.... Read More | Share it now!
Australian beef is amongst the best in the world, that much has been known for years, but interest has recently been jolted by a substantial award handed out at last year’s inaugural World Steak Challenge, which was held in London early October. That award was the title of World’s Best Steak, and it was claimed by a relatively modest family-owned farm just outside of Tamworth, in Willow Tree, owned by producers Jack’s Creek, their 450-day grain fed Wagyu cross striploin besting 70 other steaks from 10 other countries in a tightly controlled, panel-judged competition to emerge the champion. The result comes to no surprise for people who have actually tasted the exceptional produce that comes from Jack’s Creek, who are at the forefront of Australian premium beef production and have been for years.... Read More | Share it now!