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The prices at The MEET are lower than what you might find at a high-end steakhouse in the states, due mainly to the lack of USDA beef in China. Most of the recommended restaurant’s meat comes from Australia and China. However, one should still expect to spend around RMB500 (US$79) per person for a meal and drinks. Cuts of beef are obviously the main event here. Grass-fed Australian filet mignon is priced at RMB300 (US$45), and aged sirloin costs RMB258 (US$40). To go all out, order the signature Ningaloo Tomahawk steak for RMB958 (US$152). It’s four to six pounds of meat and is big enough to feed four. Sides at The MEET range from a Caesar Salad (prepared tableside) for RMB50 (US$8) to truffled potatoes at RMB35 (US$5). Keep in mind that portions at The MEET are big and meant to be shared.