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The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong

Sorry vegetarians, turn back now, this one is for the meat lovers. Luckily for us carnivores, Hong Kong is home to a number of top steakhouses that serve different cuts from different countries, for a range of different budgets.
So, whether you’ve got a hankering for a t-bone, or going simple with a sirloin or ribeye, or think you can handle a tomahawk, get your steak knife ready as we share our pick of the best steak restaurants in Hong Kong. Let’s exploce The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong below.

The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong

Ruth’s Chris Steak House

This American steakhouse chain is renowned for its USDA Prime beef and hearty portions. With locations all over the States, the Hong Kong branches are known as two of the city’s top steakhouses, located in Admiralty and Tsim Sha Tsui. Signatures like the Cowboy Ribeyen a flavourful, heavily marbled, bone-in ribeye and 40-ounce porterhouse for two are broiled and served on hot plates to ensure every bite is piping hot.
Ruth’s Chris offer plenty of ways to elevate your steak experience, from a side of jumbo grilled shrimp to a blue cheese crust. Save room for dessert: decadent homemade cheesecake and chocolate molten lava cake are just a couple of the tempting treats on offer.

The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong

Grand Hyatt Steakhouse

In the heart of Wan Chai, Grand Hyatt’s eponymous steakhouse provides high grade beef from Japan, the USA, and UK: Great American Bison tenderloin, the Tomahawk Ribeye Chop from award winning Irish butchers John Stone and A4 Wagyu Beef Striploin are just a few of the meaty delights on the menu.
The bone in 20 ounce USDA Prime Black Angus Ribeye is a tasty treat for two with melt in the mouth marbling and smoky flavours, and diners can turn their steak dinner into a surf and turf affair with broiled Canadian lobster on the side. The chilled salad bar and fresh oyster selection is a big plus, along with the 160 different wines on offer from the cellar.

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Morton’s Steakhouse

Who doesn’t enjoy a steak dinner with city views across the harbour. Morton’s at the Sheraton hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui has long been known as one of the city’s best steakhouses. With a focus on American beef, from American Wagyu to USDA Prime, there’s plenty of choice on the menu.
Try some of its more unique dishes, like the espresso crusted Zabuton steak with garlic cream, or the black and blue (charred but rare) ‘Baseball Cut’ sirloin served with caramelised onions. Or, stick with the classics: New York strip, rib eye, porterhouse and filet mignon. Guests can upgrade their steaks with the addition of truffle butter, blue cheese, or ‘Oscar style’ with crab, hollandaise and asparagus.

The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong


Helmed by seasoned British chef Nathan Green, meat-centric fare Henry located in Rosewood Hong Kong is every meat lover’s dream come true as the restaurant draws heavy influences from Chef Green’s countryside upbringing and American traditions to bring the best of Texas barbecue to the table.
With woodfire ovens, charcoal grills, dry aged heritage meats, and even an in house butcher shop on display, the restaurant transparently showcases the amount of care and attention detail they invest in elevating the diner’s experience to another level. Meat enthusiasts, don’t miss out.

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Associazione Chianti

Opened by the familiar Black Sheep Restaurants, Associazione Chianti is the latest addition to the well-known restaurant group’s long oeuvre of dining experiences. Specializing in authentic Italian food particularly the cuisine of Tuscany Associazione Chianti is able to transport their patrons to the center of Florence with a bite of their no frills, simple Italian dishes.
Perhaps the most outstanding of them all is the chef’s recommendation, the I Tagli Del Macelliao (Butcher’s Cut), which features a cut of Black Angus beef selected by an in house butcher and sourced from an Idaho farm. If you’re a carnivore or carb-fiend, make sure to drop by the restaurant for some perfect steak and soul nourishing pasta. This is once of The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong.

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Feather & Bone

The brick and mortar incarnation of online deli Three Butchers, Feather & Bone started off as a gourmet grocer that peddled fresh meats and produce from Australia, Europe and America. The brand has since expanded with a sit down restaurant in Happy Valley, which made a name for itself for its fuss free food and cosy neighbourhood charm. Building on that success, Feather & Bone has opened a second restaurant, this time in uber cool Sai Ying Pun.
Unlike the dim digs on Wong Nai Chung Road, this new outpost channels modern bistro vibes with full length windows and reimagined black and white floor tiles. There’s also a retail section, which sells wines, fresh and packaged foods, as well as fancy kitchenware. We love the bright and open layout our only complaint would be the takeaway coffee bar that sits awkwardly in the centre of the dining room.

The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong