One of our most popular joints, this pure Angus beef on the bone may be the perfect roast. The delicate marbeling of fat makes this cut perfect for slow roasting and produces excellent flavour - our customers rave about it.
A joint cooked on the bone is always more flavoursome. You can serve this roast with the bone in and cut it like steaks, or you can remove the bone after cooking and slice like a standard roasting joint. You can click on the 'Recipe and Serving Ideas' for a full list of beef recipes but here is my favourite and a video guide to cooking Rib Roast the traditional way:-
A 3lb roast serves 6-8