Hailing from Japan’s Hyogo Region, Kobe beef has a rep as the finest money can by, and restaurateurs make sure you know it—and pay for it. But Inside Edition just gave us a heads up that later today, they’ll be airing an exclusive report that casts doubt on whether that slab of tender meat you’re paying upwards of 100 bucks for is even the real thing.

The program reports that while restaurants across the country advertise various Kobe items, only eight eateries in the entire US are actually certified to sell authentic Kobe beef. In other words, even at really fancy, snooty spots, you’re probably getting hosed.

Watch Lisa Guerrero confront a manager at NYC’s Le Bernardin—causing the place to change its menu later in the day—below, then check local listings to catch the rest of the report. And the next time you’re dining out and hankering for Kobe beef, ask to see some ID…