With private dining being an evermore popular option for diners in Hong Kong, one of the older and more well-known establishments is The Butchers Club Private Kitchen. Though slightly out of the way, tucked in the south of the island in Tin Wan, this dining experience is well-worth the trip (and the price tag). This is a meal you want to ensure you arrive hungry for, as you’ll be feasting on an array of some of the best seafood and meat you’re likely to find in the city.
Morton’s of Chicago first entered the culinary world in 1978 and has since expanded its brand (and mouth-watering steaks) worldwide. In Hong Kong, Morton’s sure knows how to make a trip to Kowloon worth it with their classic staples of steak and seafood. Morton’s of Chicago has recently added six new dishes to their fall “Prime Selections” menu, making a visit an absolute must if you’re in the market for quality food and service, a beautiful view of the harbour, and an overall wonderful dining experience. This wasn’t my first time dining at Morton’s (check out my review on Morton’s happy hour) and it certainly won’t be my last.
If the idea of a night filled with unlimited carvery has you drooling, then you’ll be happy to know that Craftsteak Open Fire Cooking has just launched a new Wednesday night menu featuring an unlimited carvery station with five different cuts of meat, a starter, and table sides for only $368 HKD.
A few weeks ago Foodie Club teamed up with Maximal Concepts for the first section of their MaxFoodLab challenge: The Ultimate Fast Food Burger. As part of this partnership, Foodie had 90 burgers to give away from Blue Butcher for lunch over three days. I was lucky and quick enough to get a hold of one of these freebies!
Hong Kong has one of the best and most widely spread happy hours I’ve seen in any large city. Most happy hours run from 4 – 7 pm and usually consist of a buy-one get-one free or 50% off standard drinks, house wines, and beer. No complaints if you’re looking for somewhere to unwind after a long day of work (unless of course you work past 7 pm, in which case you’re much more limited in bar choice and should maybe, probably, definitely consider switching careers).