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Best steak knife sets: have dinner in style

Steak knives are indispensable for real meat lovers. However, it can be hard to find six steak knives that all match for your dinner party! So, choose convenience and make sure to buy kitchen knives in a set, so everyone at your dinner table will have a matching knife.

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Choose a good steak knife set!

Steak knives are specifically designed to smoothly cut through any type of steak and other meat without tearing it. In addition, a sleek and graceful steak knife will be the centrepiece of your dinner table and an excellent way to impress your guests!

The steel used for a steak knife is harder than a normal table knife, allowing the knives to be sharpened to razor-sharpness. A smooth edge is easier to sharpen than a serrated edge, though serrated blades can also be sharpened with a sharpening steel. Most people will want to choose a steak knife with a so-called 'full tang' construction. This means that the blade extends all the way into the handle. Such a construction makes the knife very solid and therefore also durable.

Serrated steak knives vs. plain-edge blades

Steak knives with a serrated blade stay sharp for a long time because only a small part of the blade comes into contact with the plate or the cutting board. A serrated steak knife is more versatile than a knife with a smooth blade. For example, you can also use it for pizza or small sandwiches.

Non-serrated blade

This keeps the juices and flavour inside the meat. Steak knives with a smooth blade will lose their sharpness sooner than a serrated steak knife, but they are easier to sharpen.

Handle

A steak knife should feel comfortable to hold in your hand. Therefore, most handles are comfortable and ergonomically designed. This ensures a firm but also comfortable grip while cutting. Plastic or rubber-covered handles are popular because of their good grip and comfort. However, you can also choose more sustainable options like wood, horn or stainless steel. There are many options to choose from. Find the steak knives that fit your dining room best!

Round or pointy tip

In our range you will find steak knives with a pointed tip or a rounded tip. Most steak knives have a pointed tip. This is the blade shape of a 'real' steak knife. The 'belly' created by the pointed tip in the blade makes it easy to cut through meat. You can also use the point to cut more precisely and pick up pieces of meat.

Yet some people prefer steak knives with a round tip, also called a tomato knife. These knives are more commonly used as regular table knives. In fact, you can also easily spread butter with these.

Steak knives: maintenance is key

Maintaining your steak knives makes them last longer, and fortunately, it's not difficult at all!

Washing them by hand

When cleaning, avoid aggressive detergents and abrasive sponges, as these can cause damage to the blade and the handle. Simply wash these knives by hand after each use. In addition, make sure to dry them well and store them in a dry place to avoid rust.

Store them safely

Like any kitchen knife set, you’ll need to store your steak knives safely to prevent damage. Use a knife block, magnetic knife strip or knife guard to protect the blade from bumps and scratches.

Sharpening a steak knife

Generally, you won't have to sharpen your steak knives very often. If you ever do want to sharpen them, the easiest way to do so is with a sharpening steel or a sharpening system suitable for a serrated blade.

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