Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos Review

A beef tournedo is a “small filet of beef, usually cut from the tip of the tenderloin”. If you’re someone who enjoys steak, the Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos might intrigue you. They’re ready-to-grill, bacon-wrapped, seasoned round steaks that come individually packaged. The price isn’t overly steep but does the taste make these worth buying? Find out below!

Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos in package sitting on a table, top down image.
Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos.

We went to Costco on the Friday before Father’s Day and it was really busy with everyone getting their last-minute barbecue items. We were hosting my mom and dad so we picked up these Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos. Both Sean and I enjoy bacon-wrapped filet but weren’t sure if these would be nearly as good because they’re made of round steak.

Closeup image of the Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos label from packaging.
The beef tournedos need to be cooked at least to 145 degrees farenheit.

Some other kinds of meat from Costco that are ready for the grill are the Costco Belmont Meats Bison Burgers, Costco Beyond Meat Beyond Burgers, Costco Kirkland Signature Beef Polish Sausages, Costco Kirkland Signature Lean Sirloin Beef Patties, Costco Kirkland Signature All Beef Wieners and the Costco Kirkland Signature Stuffed Salmon.

Closeup image of the Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos label from packaging. showing price and weight.
Eight bacon wrapped beef tournedos cost $37.11.

Location in Store

The beef tournedos are in the fresh deli section at Costco, near the other steaks.

Closeup top down image of eight beef tournedos cooked and on a white plate.
After the grill.

Taste

The first thing I notice about these steaks from Costco is that I don’t love the seasoning used. At home, I just sprinkle a bit of Hys seasoning salt on my steaks. I found the seasoning a bit too sweet, it tastes like teriyaki to me and has a very strong flavor! The strength of the flavor makes me believe the steaks had to be marinaded.

Picture of a plate with beef tournedo, potatos and asparagus.
How we served the Costco steaks for Father’s Day!

The steak seems a little tough but I don’t notice a lot of fat and gristle in the beef tournedos. These are good, not great. I highly recommend you don’t add extra seasoning to they’re already full of flavor. Some individuals may like the seasoning used but I prefer my Hys.

Image of a plate of raw beef tournedos from Costco ready to be cooked.
Ready to grill.

Cost

The price is actually very reasonable for bacon-wrapped steak. $37.11 Canadian for eight steaks. It is a cheaper cut, round steak instead of the filet we usually have with bacon.

Convenience

Each steak is individually wrapped so these are actually perfect for a one or two-person household or get-together. You can easily freeze any extra steaks in their packaging and the best before date was about six days from the date we purchased them. Because the steaks are already seasoned and bacon-wrapped the only work involved is cooking them.

Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos in the packaging showing that each steak is individually wrapped.
Each tournedo comes individually wrapped.

One thing we all noticed was how well the bacon stays attached to the round steak. Usually, we use toothpicks and it can be difficult for the steak to stay on. With these, the bacon is attached without any toothpicks and just stayed together perfectly before and after grilling.

Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos cooking instructions from package.
Cooking instructions.

To prepare the steaks you can grill them or cook them in a cast-iron skillet. We barbecued them and it was easy to achieve a medium-well cook on them.

Image of eight beef Costco beef tournedos on the barbecue being cooked.
On the grill!

Nutrition

Calories

One steak is 260 calories, 11 grams of fat, three grams of carbohydrates, zero grams of fibre, one gram of sugar, 37 grams of protein and 540 mg of sodium. The amount of fat per tournedo isn’t as much as I expected and I already knew they’d be high in sodium due to how much they’re seasoned.

Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedo nutritions facts from label.
Nutrition Facts.

Ingredients

The ingredients list is straightforward, bacon, beef and seasoning and canola oil. Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos are gluten-free as well as dairy-free and I believe keto-friendly. I know that people have differing opinions on whether beef and bacon is really unhealthy, we enjoy both in our house but not all the time.

Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedo ingredients from label.
Ingredients.

Scoring

Taste: 7/10

Cost: 8.5/10

Convenience: 8/10

Nutrition: 6.5/10

Overall

Walk on by!

I wouldn’t buy these again, I like seasoning my own steak and did not like the seasoning on these. These aren’t overpriced but for a similar cost I could buy the strip loin from Costco.

If you tried these, let me know what you thought!


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6 thoughts on “Costco Dalisa Beef Tournedos Review”

  1. I bought these this past weekend. They were so delicious. I liked that they were individually packaged. The seasonings are great. Would definitely buy them again. I picked mine up for $33.00 for 8.

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  2. And sometimes family members are happy to be part of the experiment! Natalie has mentioned her family trying out new items with her in previous reviews. Plus something like this is generally too much for only 2 people. Personally, I’m game to be a guinea pig. If something doesn’t work out, it’s not a big deal. Worse comes to worse, I can eat more later at home…or a drive through! 😎

    Sorry you dislike your in-laws! ☹️

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  3. Thanks for reviewing. Usually marinated meat needs to be done this way to hide something. A pet peeve of mine is inviting guests to a household or (back in the pre-covid) potluck days and have them be guinea pigs. Maybe it’s just me, I’ll never serve something I haven’t tried or made before, even if it’s my family (including in-laws I dislike).

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