Offering a unique modern twist on the traditional Steak Frites, this hidden gem steps up the game with flavours so good you’ll be licking the plate! Located in Wan Chai, Moo Moo’s sources the very best premium ingredients; together with the fun, casual atmosphere, this pick has all the makings of a steak night to remember. The Set Menu here in particular is worth shouting about. Priced at just $298, the deal includes an 8oz USDA Premium Ribeye Steak, along with a Garden Fresh Green Salad, Homemade Bread Roll and free flow Crispy Golden Fries. Whilst you’re there, don’t forget to bag yourself a coveted Moo Moo’s cleaver!
Sassy Perk: Enjoy a complimentary welcome glass of House Wine (red or white) throughout the month of July and August. Simply mention SASSY to your server.
Moo Moo’s Steak Restaurant, 18/F, 239 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 6284 3505, email@example.com, www.moomoossteak.com
Priced at just $318 per person for a trimmed entrecote steak, special house sauce, unlimited French fries and a green salad with walnuts, La Vache! has got to be one of the best value steak experiences in the city. And it’s not just the price that has us going back time and time again. From the totally Instagrammable neon cow sign at the entrance, to the dessert trolley coming round just when you think you couldn’t eat another bite, La Vache! never disappoints. Both the Peel Street and TST locations are open for lunch and dinner daily. Be sure to book in for its Sunday Le Disco Brunch, which takes place on the first Sunday of every month, to enjoy your steak with a side of free-flow cocktails, wine and a house DJ.
La Vache! (Central), G/F, 48 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2880 0248, firstname.lastname@example.org
La Vache! (Tsim Sha Tsui), 12 Hart Avenue, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2666 6818, email@example.com, www.lavache.com.hk
Perched above the harbour in TST’s Ocean Terminal, Harbourside Grill is the place to go if you like your steak with a view. The sweeping 180-degree city vistas are nothing short of show-stopping – we can’t think of a better place to tuck into expertly-grilled Wagyu and USDA certified steak. The restaurant offers an impressive range of wet and dry-aged cuts (starting from $348), all cooked over Japanese charcoal for a tender, flavourful finish. To accompany your steak, take your pick from a selection of sauces. We recommend the Five-Peppercorn, featuring a mix of white, black, green, French rose peppercorn and Sichuan pepper, and the Bordelaise, which has a light hint of fruitiness thanks to the addition of raspberry vinegar.
Harbourside Grill, Shop OTE401, Level 4, Ocean Terminal Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2619 9100, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.harboursidegrill.com.hk
Since its opening late last year, HENRY has quickly made a name for itself as Rosewood’s must-try American grill and smokehouse. Equipped with live-fire ovens, charcoal grills and even its own signature butcher’s shop, it’s no surprise to learn that all things meat is the order of the day. Highlights here include the 44 Farms Texas Whisky and Ash-aged Beef, available in a T-Bone or Porterhouse cut, along with the the monster Brandt Ranch 1.8kg Tomahawk, grilled to perfection by Chef de Cuisine Nathan Green. Alongside the meat, Henry offers a choice of six steak sauces, as well as a range of homemade ketchups and hot sauces. The standout for us was without doubt the Smokey Blue Béarnaise – perfect for lovers of rich and creamy blue cheese. Just make sure to book your table in advance; rumour has it that there’s at least a two-week waiting list for weekend reservations.
HENRY, 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 3891 8732, email@example.com, www.henrygrill.hk
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One-Michelin starred Beefbar has got to be top of the list for true carnivores in the city. The contemporary steakhouse opened in Hong Kong in 2015 and serves up a range of premium meats, including the best beef sourced from the United States, Australia, Japan and Korea. As well as delicious and indulgent dishes, such as American Prime “Black Angus” Beef Tartare ($680 for 200g), Korean 1++ “Short Horn” Hanwoo Striploin ($380 for 100g) and the incredible Comté cheese mashed potato ($80), Beefbar also features a marble Raw Bar serving made-to-order dishes, such as carpaccio, ceviche and tartare. The price point may be high, but it’s worth it for a truly memorable meal.
Beefbar, 2/F Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2110 8853, www.hk.beefbar.com
If you are looking for a great meal and an equally impressive ambiance, make Wooloomolo Group your go-to. Established in 2004, the group has three brands across the city, with two premium steakhouse brands: Wooloomooloo Prime and Wooloomooloo Steakhouse. Specialising in Australian beef, diners can expect to feast on some of the best Aussie cuts, though the restaurants also import top-notch beef from around the world to ensure diners are getting the very best seasonal fare. Expect everything from wet-aged steaks to a sumptuous seafood selection. We especially love the location at the top of The ONE shopping mall in TST for its killer city views. If you’re looking for a great steakhouse on the island, don’t forget to check out the Wan Chai restaurant’s rooftop bar – perfect for a pre or post-dinner drink.
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse (Wan Chai), 31/F & Rooftop, The Hennessy, 256 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2893 6960, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse (Tsim Sha Tsui), Shop G7/G8, Tsim Sha Tsui Centre, 66 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2722 7050, email@example.com
Woooloomooloo Prime, Level 21, The ONE, 100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2870 0087, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.wooloo-mooloo.com
Though ostensibly not a steakhouse, there’s no denying that steak is a highlight at Spanish Taberna Rubia. Enjoy premium cuts of the highly-prized Galician Blond variety, served with hand-cut “Patatas Fritas”, sweet smoked piquillo peppers and mustard dressed greens. The cows featured here have been left to roam the Galician hills of Northern Spain for up to 18 years, resulting in a uniquely rich and deep flavoursome experience. With prices starting at $499, this is certainly one of our top end picks, though it’s worth noting that one dish could easily satisfy two. Round out your feast with a handful of the restaurants tapas dishes; the Octopus Gallega on Potato Cream ($135) is a particular favourite of ours!
RUBIA, UG/F and 1/F, C Wisdom Centre, 35-37 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2889 1199, email@example.com, www.rubia.hk
Nestled in the heart of LKF, head to BA Polo Club for an array of delicious Argentinian steaks, and stick around for the fab cocktails and cool vibe. Decked out in colonial club style, the restaurant is brought bang up to date with paint splashes on the wall. The fine dining restaurant is transformed into a cool club once the lights dim on Thursday nights for Buenos Aires Rock Club. Along with choosing your own steak, you can even pick your weapon of choice here, as servers encourage you to choose your own knife before your meal begins. A fun twist which brings this classic steakhouse into the modern era.
Buenos Aires Polo Club, 7/F, LKF Tower, 33 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2321 8681, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bapoloclub.com
Butcher, deli and restaurant, Feather & Bone has a little something for everyone. While the dine-in menu features dishes such as Steak Tartare ($138), The Spanish Ox Burger ($228) and the “Signature Feather & Bone Experience” (where you choose your meat from the counter along with how you’d like it cooked, your sides and sauce), if you’re dining at home, you can also take a premium selection of goodies back with you! From meat and seafood, fruit and vegetables, grocery and speciality items, foodies will be spoilt for choice. Dining in and feeling hungry? We suggest going for the Butchers Choice ($358), which features the butchers choice of cuts served family style to the table with sauces and sides, or the Prime Choice ($698), featuring signature dry-aged beef and select cuts.
Feather & Bone, multiple locations across Hong Kong, www.featherandbone.com.hk
If you’re looking for a classic American-style steakhouse then head to Morton’s The Steakhouse in TST. Enter into another era with big white table cloths and well-dressed waiters, along with stunning harbour views. As for the steak, tuck in to fall-apart cuts of Filet Mignon, Porterhouse Steaks and the Signature Cut Prime New York Strip, alongside helpings of Parmesan & Truffle Fries, Creamed Spinach and Grilled Jumbo Asparagus (the Jumbo Lump Crab Cake appetiser also deserves a special mention!). Still hungry after all that? Don’t leave without sampling Morton’s’ Chocolate Layer Cake.
Morton’s The Steakhouse, 4/F, The Elegance at Sheraton, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2732 2343, www.mortons.com/hongkong
Parisian-inspired bistro District 8 is the newest addition to the Woolly Pig group; head here for quality steak served in an elegant yet casual setting. It’s hard to go wrong with the restaurant’s steak and frites offering (from $270), served with Café de Paris sauce and charred onions. The premium steak cuts are sourced from a selection of free-range farms in Australia and include Westholme Station Wagyu flank steak from Queensland, O’connor striploin, hanger steak from Ranger Valley and more. For meatheads who wish to go all out, don’t miss the Wagyu Bavette Steak Sandwich ($195) and Beef Tartare ($150). To drink, the French Breakfast Martini ($90) made with butter croissant-infused vodka is a must-order.
District 8, Shop R009, R/F, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2537 7555, email@example.com, district8.com.hk
Split over three floors, Mr & Mrs Fox is an effortlessly chic spot that serves up award-winning dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood and indulgent snacks alongside craft beer, artisanal cocktails and fine wines. While the ground floor (Mrs Fox) is perfect for casual dining, quick lunches and drinks, the first floor (Mr Fox) focuses on dry-aged steak and seafood. With options that include a 450g Strip Steak ($558)and a 1kg Porterhouse ($1,498), you’re sure to have a proper feast at this Quarry Bay establishment. And if you’re looking to book an event space, the entire second floor is a 24-seat private dining room, complete with an adjoining terrace.
Mr & Mrs Fox, 23 Tong Chong Street, Quarry Bay, Hong Kong, 2697 8500, www.mrmrsfox.com
Found in California Tower, this centrally located steakhouse offers up one of the most extensive selections of porterhouse cuts in the city (from $378), along with a wide range of other meaty options. Pair yours with a side of Truffle Mash ($98) and Creamed Spinach Gratin ($98) and you’ll be set. Looking to get the best bang for your buck? Porterhouse’s Beef It Up menu is the thing for you. Available on Sundays and Mondays, the menu includes all-you-can-eat portions of Brisket, Rump and Sirloin, alongside an appetiser and dessert, for just $528.
Porterhouse, 7/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2522 6366, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.porterhousehk.com
At this Brazilian-style steakhouse, diners can expect to enjoy a continuous hand-carved selection of different cuts of charcoal grilled meat, chicken and seafood served straight to your table.
BRAZA Churrascaria, 3/F, Grand Progress Building, 15 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 2890 9268, www.facebook.com/BrazaChurrascariaHK
Grand Hyatt Steakhouse
On the steak scene since 2011, and a fine dining fave amongst Hong Kongers, Grand Hyatt Steakhouse features prime cuts of US, Canadian and Japanese beef, on top of a highly coveted oyster and seafood bar.
Grand Hyatt Steakhouse, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2584 7722, www.hongkong.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/steakhouse
This Pirata Group favourite offers up so much more than just great steaks; the “no reservation, no service charge meat bar” serves an indulgent selection of carnivorous dishes, including Iberian Porchetta, Beef Cheek, Hanger Steak, Iberian Presa and more.
MEATS, G/F, 28 – 30, Staunton Street, Soho, Central, Hong Kong ,2711 1812, email@example.com, www.piratameats.hk
Tango Argentinian Steak House, Central
Located in the heart of Central, Tango churns out an exclusive selection of steak cuts and sizzling seafood, all prepared over an open fire grill.
Tango Argentinian Steak House, 1/F, 77 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.diningconcepts.com/restaurants/Tango-Central
The Mandarin Grill
In true Mandarin style, The Mandarin Grill’s classic menu places an emphasis on serving the finest cuts from all over the world in understated and elegant surroundings.
Mandarin Grill & Bar, Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong, 5 Connaught Road, Central, Hong Kong, 2825 4004, www.mandarinoriental.com
Using only USDA prime beef which has been dry-aged on site for an average of 28 days, Wolfgang’s provides a stellar dining experience in true New York style.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, 1st Floor, Printing House, No. 6, Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong, 3990 1646, email@example.com, www.wolfgangssteakhouse.hk
A modern American steakhouse in TST, offering up both American and Australian meats, alongside stunning harbour views.
BLT Steak, Shop G62, G/F, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2730 3508, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.diningconcepts.com/restaurants/BLT-Steak
Tango Argentinian Steak House, Elements
Just like in Central, Tango’s Kowloon location serves up Argentinian-style steaks cooked on its open fire grill.
Tango Argentinian Steak House, Shop R008, 3/F, Rooftop Garden, Civic Square, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2780 1181, email@example.com, www.diningconcepts.com/restaurants/Tango-Elements
The Chop House
The Chop House turns dining into an experience with a loaded al fresco menu that uses only the freshest ingredients to prepare no frills comfort food.
The Chop House, Shop 301 & 305, 3/F, Mira Place 1, 132 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2295 3200, www.wooloo-mooloo.com/the-chop-house-tst
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on 24 January, 2017, and was most recently updated in July 2020.