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The Best Steakhouses in Hong Kong, as Approved by Our Meat-Crazed Team 

Forget all the delicate vegan, carb-heavy stuff tonight! It’s time to treat yourself to the serious protein – a mouthwatering and juicy slab of steak as only the best HK chefs can prepare it! 

We’re talking about high-grade meats and cuts that justify weight transferring from your wallet to your belly. If you’re ready, let’s get on to our selections. Our team of certified meat lovers has picked out the top steakhouses in town to make your meaty meal one to remember!

Porterhouse Seafood and Steak   

Location: 7/F, California Tower 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central 

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 11:30 AM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 12 AM 

Contact details: +852 2522 6366 

Dress code: Smart casual 

Price: $$$


After a day of exploring Lan Kwai Fong, your tummy’s probably rumbling for some good food. Treat yourself to a hearty and tasty dinner at Porterhouse Seafood and Steak if you want something protein-packed. 

This award-winning steakhouse is a carnivore’s paradise. Here, you can indulge in a range of porterhouse steaks and seasonally available meats, including Australian Ranger Valley Wagyu, Smokey Irish Beef, and Argentinian Aberdeen Angus. 

Apart from that, Porterhouse also offers an extensive menu of seafood dishes, so we also recommend it as a versatile dining spot for both date nights and get-togethers with friends. 

Grand Hyatt Steakhouse 

Location: Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai 

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 12 PM to 2 PM, 6 PM to 12 AM 

Contact details: +852 2584 7722 

Dress code: Smart casual 

Price: $$$


With its dark wood furniture and cozy leather banquettes, Grand Hyatt Steakhouse evokes the feeling of dining in a Hollywood movie set. To add to the appeal, this restaurant serves a menu packed with classic American steakhouse dishes like USDA beef striploin and ribeye. 

Besides that, this restaurant also offers high-grade meaty delights sourced from Japan and the United Kingdom. If you’re feeling more adventurous, we suggest you go for a surf-and-turf dinner. 

Make sure you also check out their premium seafood selection and try popular picks like Queensland Spanner Crab Cocktail and Market Oyster. 

La Vache (SoHo)

Location: 48 Peel St, Le Moment, Central

Operating hours: Sunday to Thursday – 12 PM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 11 PM, Friday to Saturday – 12 PM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 12 AM 

Contact details: +852 2880 0248 

Dress code: Casual 

Price: $$


La Vache is a classic Parisian entrecôte steakhouse offering a simple set menu highlighting the combination of steak and fries. It might not be as grand as other steakhouses on this list, but we think it’s still worth checking out, especially if you’re on a budget. 

You see, for HK$ 398, you can already enjoy a set meal composed of green salad, Entrecôte Beef Steak (similar to USDA ribeye), and crispy all-you-can-eat fries doused in La Vache’s secret sauce. It’s a pretty good deal, right? 

Wooloomooloo Prime 

Location: Level 21, The ONE, 100 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui 

Operating hours: Sunday to Wednesday – 11:45 AM to 10 PM, Thursday to Saturday – 11:45 AM to 12 AM 

Contact details: +852 2870 0087 

Dress code: Smart casual 

Price: $$$


Wooloomooloo Prime is set on the top floor of The One shopping complex in Tsim Sha Tsui. This Australian flagship restaurant offers an upscale dining experience highlighting premium-grade Aussie steaks, such as wet-aged wagyu tomahawks and cajun-spiced rib eye. 

To balance these nutty and garlicky steaks, you can pair them with a glass of Australian cabernet sauvignon or pinot noir. Dine at their open-air terrace so you can take in Victoria Harbour’s panoramic view while enjoying each bite of your favorite steak.

Apart from that, this restaurant also showcases a semi-open kitchen, so you can get a glimpse of the action in the kitchen while you wait for your meal.  

Buenos Aires Polo Club 

Location: Wyndham St, 33號33 Wyndham Street7th Floor  

Operating hours: Monday to Wednesday – 12 PM to 2:30 PM, 6 PM to 10:30 PM, Thursday to Friday 12 PM to 2:30 PM, 6 PM to 11 PM, Saturday to Sunday – 12 PM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 11 PM  

Contact details: +852 2321 8681 

Dress code: Casual 

Price: $$


Buenos Aires Polo Club is a Black Sheep restaurant renowned for serving premium cuts of Argentinian grass-fed steak. These steaks are cooked through the Argentine tradition of “asado,” which means grilling or charcoal-roasting meat over an open flame. 

We recommend this restaurant for get-togethers with friends or family because most of their offerings are monster in size, so they’re good for sharing. Trust me, try their General Pico Black Angus cuts!

Meanwhile, if you still want to catch up with your friends after dinner, you can check out this restaurant’s extensive bar. Aside from classic Argentinian wines, the bar also offers a range of cocktails, mocktails, and fernets. 


Location: 2/F, Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House St, Central 

Operating hours: Monday to Saturday – 12 PM to 2:30 PM, 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM, Sunday – Closed  

Contact details: +852 2110 8853  

Dress code: Smart casual 

Price: $$$


True to its name, Beefbar offers an extensive menu of—you guessed it—beef! This one-Michelin-star restaurant uses top-grade beef cuts from Japan, Australia, Korea, and the U.S.A., so expect the bill to reflect that. 

If you wish to treat yourself to a great dinner, you should go for their bestseller steaks, such as certified grass-fed Kobe Beef from Japan and Australian WX grain-fed Wagyu. These are usually served in a filet or made into a signature burger. Just take your pick!

Anyway, if you want something unique, you can also try a diverse range of made-to-order fancy street food delights like white miso tacos, oysters and caviar tartare, as well as fresh ceviches. 

Tango Argentinian Steakhouse (LKF)

Location: 2/F, Grand Progress Building, 15 Lan Kwai Fong, Central 

Operating hours: Monday to Sunday – 11:45 AM to 3 PM, 6 PM to 10 PM

Contact details: +852 2525 5808 

Dress code: Casual 

Price: $$ 


Tango Argentinian Steakhouse is a posh South American-inspired restaurant. Just like its name suggests, Tango focuses on Argentinian steaks and dry-aged cuts sourced from cattle producers who don’t use hormones or antibiotics. 

If this is your first time dining here, we suggest you go for their Gau Cho Platter. This meal is enough for two people because it already includes steak cuts like fillet, skirt, and rump. Plus, it includes a selection of six salsas, so you can enjoy a hearty meal.  

Meanwhile, if you don’t feel like eating red meat, you can also indulge in a range of seafood, poultry, and smoked sausages. Their Hokkaido Scallop Tiradito and Classic Empanadas are worth trying, especially if you’re just craving a light, savory meal. 

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