Would you pay $120 for a beef sandwich? Why one Fort Worth steakhouse thinks you should


 

Don’t go looking for edible gold flecks or a diamond-encrusted serving tray alongside the new $120 sandwich at B&B Butchers in Fort Worth. The ingredients on the pricey A5 Wagyu katsu sando are, simply, beef on crustless white bread. 

And the coveted Japanese Wagyu, which is lauded internationally for its marbling and smooth texture, comes fried. Then swiped with barbecue sauce. Gasp! Read More.