Is entrecôte the same as ribeye?
The differences are minimal and have converged increasingly in recent years. Essentially, it can be said that entrecôte usually refers to the back section and thus the piece as a whole roast, while rib eye is the name for the steak that is cut from it.
Is sirloin the same as entrecôte?
The entrecôte or rib eye is found in the front section of the saddle. This name itself is no coincidence, as it essentially denotes the end section or “sirloin tip”, which sits towards the back section of the saddle.
Is entrecôte the same as fillet?
Although entrecote counts as the front part of the animal it is tender and marbled and suitable for frying or grilling. A piece of entrecote with the ribs left is called Rib-eye (or Rib eye, the “eye” is the lump of fat in the middle of a fine cut) or Cote de boeuf. Also known as Scottish fillet.