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Steak knives

Steak knives, which are the best?

Do you want to buy some steak knives, but don't know which ones to choose? On this page on Knife Park you will find some of the best meat knives for sale online. Have fun comparing all our types of kitchen knives and our steak knife sets made by the best kitchen cutlery brands, see the models available online.

Smooth or serrated steak knives?

One of the first questions we ask ourselves when considering the purchase of steak knives is should they be smooth-bladed, serrated or partially serrated? What changes ?

While for many, choosing a steak knife with a smooth blade or a serrated blade is unimportant, for those who are passionate about meat the difference can be fundamental. But what really changes if we cut our steak with a serrated or smooth blade knife?

One of the most obvious aspects is certainly the visual one. In fact, using a smooth blade knife allows the user to cut a perfectly smooth slice of meat, without damaging the food. A smooth blade allows a cut without filaments or without fraying the slice of meat which remains perfect until the end. On the other hand, however, a knife with a serrated or partially serrated blade can be more practical than a knife with a smooth blade, especially if the meat of the animal has filaments. Using a smooth-bladed knife on this type of meat, especially if the knife is not well sharpened, can become very tiring.

In this sense, therefore, there is no type of blade perfect for every need, but there are different types of steak knives depending on the type of meat to be cut.

To best meet the different needs, many companies have also been making partially serrated steak knives for years, where however the serration is in the upper part of the blade. In this way the knife allows a double functionality, offering the user the possibility to cut the meat both with the smooth blade, but to use the serrated tip where it is needed.

Handcrafted, semi-crafted or industrial steak knives?

Another question that many ask themselves concerns the processing of the knife, is it better an artisanal or industrial steak knife? Here, too, the answer is by no means trivial. In fact, an artisanal steak knife is certainly a unique and rare product, but at the same time it has not necessarily been tested for this reason. On the contrary, a semi-artisanal or industrial knife has certainly undergone greater quality controls, a series of tests designed to ensure greater resistance of the knife against wear.

So which one to choose? The answer is by no means trivial, although in our opinion, when choosing among the best steak knives on the market, one also pays a lot of attention to the reliability of the brand. A reliable brand that makes a semi-handmade product is certainly a guarantee in these cases.

In conclusion:

In this descriptive article, we have tried to best answer many of the questions we are asked about steak knives. We have in fact clarified what are the differences between smooth-bladed steak knives and serrated-bladed ones, highlighting how smooth-bladed models are preferred by those who care a lot about the aesthetic appearance of meat while eating it. In this sense, however, we have also seen how the serrated blade knife offers a series of advantages if the meat is not devoid of filaments. Finally, we have also highlighted some of the most interesting aspects that differentiate artisanal steak knives, compared to semi-artisanal or industrial knives. Now all you have to do is compare all our different kitchen knives and choose the solution that best suits your needs.

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