We love our steaks enough to learn more about them beyond their provenance, taking a closer look at their methods and duration of aging, and, specifically, familiarising ourselves with the cuts we love the most. The city is full of restaurants serving steaks, so luckily spotting a good one is not so hard. Here are our picks of the best steak restaurants in town, and the bestslabs to enjoy there.
Housed within Club Lusitano on the quiet Duddell’s Street, Beefbar is home to a diverse array of steaks from American to Argentinean. While the restaurant’s raw bar can turn out excellent fresh seafood dishes such as langoustine crudo and red prawns with green peas, save room for the steaks which are broiled to form a beautiful crust. The American corn-fed black angus is a good choice, and most cuts are available from French bavette to New York flat iron cut. For something a little different, the Korean short horn Hanwoo is less marbled than Kobe beef, but the meatiness is more intense. Guests can also find Kobe beef in Beefbar’s signature burger and as a filling in ravioli.
Beefbar, 2/F Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2110 8853