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Kobe beef: What are you paying for?

Japanese Kobe beef is considered one of the priciest meats you can buy at a restaurant, at nearly $55 an ounce.

But an Inside Edition investigation found that while some menus advertise they are serving Kobe beef, it's actually serving up meat of a lesser value.

The Kobe Beef Association says eight restaurants in the US are serving certified Kobe beef.

  • 212 Steakhouse Restaurant in New York, New York.
  • Alexander's Steakhouse locations in Cupertino, California, and San Francisco, California
  • SLS Las Vegas - Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres Restaurant, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Nick & Sam's Restaurant, Dallas, Texas
  • Wynn Las Vegas SW Steakhouse Restaurant, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Arsenal Restaurant, San Francisco, California.

Read the full report at InsideEdition.com