Where to find the best steak house in Hong Kong

Where to find the best steak house in Hong Kong
Source: La Vache!

A classic dish suitable for just about any occasion, steak is bound to fill you up and leave you satisfied. Steak is a seemingly simple dish, but it comes in many varieties – from T-bone steak and rib-eye to sirloin, filet mignon and more. Read on to learn where to find the best steak house in Hong Kong. However you like it – rare, medium-rare or well-done – get ready to dig in.

La Vache!

steak house - La Vache! in Hong Kong
Source: La Vache!

Famous for just one signature item on the menu, La Vache! is the place to go for steak and fries. “La vache” is French for “the cow.” And that’s exactly what you’ll find in this steak house. La Vache! aims to pay homage to the Parisian tradition of entrecôte steakhouses.

The simple menu updates daily but always consists of some variation of organic green salad, marbled USDA Prime steak cuts and crispy fries served with generous portions of La Vache!’s secret sauce. Priced at HK$398 (US$51) per person, you can grab classic steak frites at La Vache! locations in SoHo, Admiralty and Tsim Sha Tsui. Prepare for a bit of a wait in line at any location you choose.

Wolfgang’s Steakhouse

Founded in the United States by Wolfgang Zwiener, Wolfgang’s Steakhouse in Hong Kong serves classic American dry-aged steaks. All their steaks are imported from the US through a cold chain delivery system and dry-aged for an average of 28 days, which adds to the flavor and tenderness of each cut.

Come hungry, and be sure to try the signature porterhouse steak, which is known for its rich flavor and large size. You may end up splurging here, as steak prices range from around HK$760-1050 (US$97-135) per person.

Address: 1/F Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central

Feather & Bone

With multiple locations thriving throughout Hong Kong, Feather & Bone is recognized by steak-lovers for its quality cuts. Feather & Bone functions as a premium butcher, grocer and deli, selling directly to customers and operating all-day dining services in six of their 11 locations.

Meat is priced by weight at the butcher’s counter, and you can discuss options and sizes to order directly with the experts. In addition, they offer many complementary sides such as deviled mushrooms, sweet peas, leaf salad and more. You can also learn some new skills at one of their classes, whether you want to learn to butcher lamb, make sausage or cook the perfect beef Wellington.


steak house - Rubia in Hong Kong
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Specializing in Spanish cuisine, Rubia provides a diverse selection of thickly cut Spanish steaks, including the Rubia Gallega Sirloin, Boneless Rib Eye and Tenderloin. In its downstairs “taberna,” you can also enjoy an array of Spanish cocktails and beers paired with contemporary Spanish tapas.

Address: C Wisdom Centre, 35 Hollywood Road, Central


Hong Kong’s steak house Porterhouse serves award-winning and premium steaks sourced from around the world. Providing a variety of beef cuts, including the Striploin, Tomahawk, Porterhouse and more, you can score top-notch surf-and-turf with their selection of fresh seafood. Also, check out their weekend brunch, priced at HK$448 (US$57) per person, which includes a buffet, seafood and a carving station for your choice of steak.

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


Awarded with a Michelin star in 2017 (only one year after its opening), Beefbar is famous for its sleek atmosphere and focus on luxury. The menu is split into three segments: street food inspired by popular recipes from around the world, quality meat cuts sourced in Australia, Japan and the US, and iconic dishes from Chef Thierry Paludetto.

Address: 2/F, Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House Street, Central


As a part of Rosewood, Henry is a steak house in Hong Kong that impresses with its wood-fired ovens, charcoal grill and impressive meat displays. Henry pays homage to the American steak tradition, taking inspiration from classic Texan steakhouses. Get a taste of the US South with the deviled eggs or Brussels sprouts with pork cracklin’ to accompany your dry-aged steak.

Address: 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

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