That is true about adding butter or oil in some places (I am a cook).
However, that is mainly reserved for whole steaks, filets, etc. so that it looks more appealing when presented on the plate next to a vegetable or potato.
It is more normal (and I am not saying it is impossible) however, that the piece of steak is cooked on the grill to the desired temperature, meanwhile the salad is being prepared. The steak is then cut and placed on top. In that situation, what is being shown is the doneness of the cut.
I'm just saying that as a professional cook, I've never experienced a cut up piece of meat to be placed on a salad to be oiled first. It's very unlikely. I'm not saying it's impossible, I'm just saying it's very unlikely.
Now, was oil used to cook the steak? That could very well have been.
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