These top butcher shops in Hong Kong are a cut above the rest!
Wondering where to source the juiciest sirloin for your at-home steak night? Or perhaps you want to know where to buy the best burger patties and sausages in Hong Kong for your next beach barbecue? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve searched high and low for the best butcher shops in town where you can find top quality, fresh and hormone-free meat for your next slap up feast. From Feather & Bone to Farmer’s Market, Steak King Market and more, keep scrolling for your guide to butcher shops in Hong Kong…
Convenience abounds with this trusted online butcher. Not only does Farmer’s Market have a reputation for delivering restaurant-quality meat and seafood straight to your door, you can rest assured that all of its produce is 100% traceable, and hormone and antibiotic-free – there’ll be no nasty surprises here, thank you very much! Whether you’re after 100% grass-fed Australian beef, free-range Australian chicken, sustainably-farmed Australian salmon and more, Farmer’s Market has all your butcher needs covered at the click of a button. Did we mention that Farmer’s Market offers free delivery on orders over $600, plus on weekdays, you can even get your goods delivered the very next day if you order before noon!
Use the code SASSY22 to enjoy 20% off your next Farmer’s Market order. Discount can only be used once per customer, and is valid until Friday, 1 July, 2022.
Farmer’s Market, www.farmersmarket.com.hk
Don’t be fooled by the name – the boys at Biltong Chief have all your butchery needs covered, not just biltong! This online butcher and deli specialises in meaty selections from South Africa, including Tomahawk steaks, rib eye steaks, boerewors, beef tenderloin, Wagyu burgers and lamb chops, along with wine and beer! Think quality-guaranteed produce with friendly service. Pro tip: these guys are a great one-stop shop for when you’re preparing to host any dinner parties or barbecues!
Enjoy free delivery on your next order using the code SASSYDELIV. Offer can only be used once.
For old-school butchery and all things Americana, HENRY has you covered. Hidden within Rosewood Hong Kong’s Bayfare Social, there’s a treasure trove of dry-aged cuts of beef, handmade terrines and hand-crafted sausages waiting for you to take home at this luxe butchers option. Alternatively, shop online where complimentary delivery is available on orders over $2,000.
HENRY, Bayfare Social, 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, www.rosewoodhkshop.com
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With a constantly updated range of seasonal meat, seafood, vegetables and value-added products, grocery shopping is a breeze at meatmarket.hk. We’re particularly impressed by its selection of roasting joints – perfect for our Sunday roast! Can’t find what you’re looking for? Pop over a special request and the team will have you sorted in no time. Both same-day delivery and next-day delivery are available here – convenience, check!
Feather & Bone
One of the best known butchers in Hong Kong, Feather & Bone is hard to beat when it comes to quality and sheer choice. All of its meat is carefully selected from award-winning Australian farms, ensuring each cut is of the highest grade. We love that Feather & Bone works directly with farmers and artisans; in doing so, this cuts out the middle men, allowing us, the consumer, to enjoy the best prices possible. From premium options like Wagyu rib-eye and dry-aged bone-in steaks, to daily staples like tenderloin, sirloin, T-bone and hangar steak, you can shop it all online or at one of the many Feather & Bone shop locations across the city. In addition to beef, you’ll find a tempting selection of lamb, pork, poultry and seafood.
Free delivery is available for orders over $500.
Fu Ying Pork Butcher
Fu Ying’s resident butcher, Kwan Chun-Kan, supports local by exclusively supplying Hong Kong-raised pork that is free from harmful enhancing hormones and agents. Visit this popular butcher shop in Sai Ying Pun (or shop online) to take your pick of shoulder, rib, shank, chop, belly, cheek, bone or even a kidney – you name it, the store will have it. Pro-tip: order for delivery on Fridays to enjoy a free upgrade to Iberico pork.
Fu Ying Pork Butcher, G/F, 42 Third Street, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, www.jousun.com/stores/fu-ying-pork
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Steak King Market
Convenient delivery and wholesale prices? Steak King Market (formerly known as Argyle Black) is spoiling us with its selection of affordable, quality meat. While this wholesale butchery stocks pork, poultry, lamb and even wine, it’s the beef that Steak King Market is really known for. This butchers pick sources the finest Black Angus and Wagyu Beef directly from the South West Slopes of New South Wales, Australia, importing it to Hong Kong by air on a weekly basis. Only the best is hand-selected for the store, with cuts requiring a marble score of 1-2 for grass fed or 2-3 for grain fed, before being wet-aged for up to 30 days for optimal tenderness. Don’t miss out on the seafood selection either, which comes from sustainable fisheries in Australia, New Zealand and Europe.
Steak King Market, steak-king.com
The Butchers Club
Did you know that burger joint The Butchers Club has its very own online butcher’s shop? The restaurant in fact started out as a butchery all the way back in 2013, and has been keeping us well stocked with quality meats ever since. The beef at The Butchers Club is sourced from its partner farm in New South Wales, with the cows reared to particular specifications in order to create different flavour profiles (that’s why it tastes so good!). The Butchers Club then dry-ages each cut of beef at its own facility on Hong Kong Island for different time periods, to highlight the unique flavours of each steak. Consider us sold. As well as beef, The Butchers Club stocks poultry, seafood and even plant-based alternatives – there really is something for everyone here!
The Butchers Club, store.thebutchers.club
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Bones & Blades
The go-to butcher in Hong Kong for ‘conscious carnivores’, Bones & Blades prides itself on embracing sustainable farming and ethical production. This friendly local butchery only stocks premium quality meats of grass-fed animals, imported from some of the best family-owned farms around the world. We’re always impressed by the knowledge of the staff here – if you’re shopping in person at one of the stores, make sure to ask the team for cooking tips to get the most out of your meat! Oh, and do factor in time for a stop at the restaurant to indulge in succulent steaks, burgers and the naughty sticky toffee pudding. For convenience, you can also shop online and enjoy free delivery for orders over $800.
For Australian and Norwegian meats and seafood at prices that won’t break the bank, look no further than Hong Kong stalwart Pacific Gourmet. In addition to this butcher’s online store, there are currently three butcher shop locations in the city situated in Mid-Levels, Happy Valley and Ap Lei Chau where you can pick up everything from Australian grass-fed rib-eye, homemade sausages, gourmet burgers and more. The barbecue and hot pot packs are our top picks for easy hosting, along with its deli specials of cold cuts, cheeses, dips and even Australian pies!
Hong Kong Wet Markets
There are plenty of bargains to be had in Hong Kong’s wet markets – if you can overcome the pungent smells that can accompany the meat sections! If you’re not fluent in Cantonese, then it’s best to come prepared with the Chinese translation of the cut you’re looking for to avoid any confusion. The meat available here is of course guaranteed to be both local and fresh, coming in at reasonable prices.
Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in January, 2018 and was most recently updated in July, 2021. With thanks to Keeley-Dee for her contribution.
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Hero image courtesy of HENRY via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Farmer’s Market, image 2 courtesy of Biltong Chief, image 3 courtesy of Feather & Bone, image 4 courtesy of Steak King Market via Instagram, image 5 courtesy of Bones & Blades via Instagram