37 Steakhouse & Bar to Open on Hong Kong’s Peak

Business travellers heading to Hong Kong have a swish new spot to dine out on the corporate expense account with the opening of 37 Steakhouse & Bar. Joining the slew of new openings on Victoria Peak, the new restaurant will offer the same high-end steakhouse experience and sweeping panoramas of the Tokyo and Shanghai outposts.

A stylish steakhouse

An unabashedly lavish dining destination, 37 Steakhouse & Bar will cater to 115 guests in a glamorous 7,000sqft space created by award-winning Japanese designer Yasumichi Morita. Inspired by the traditional New York steakhouse, the eatery is decked out oak, brass, cowhide, big wood chandeliers, maple-toned furniture and coffee-coloured floors. If you’re looking to impress clients or company big-wigs, there’s even a curated art collection bolstered by two standalone art pieces by Brazilian artist Mozart Guerra.

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Steak and more

The food here is all about creating a sophisticated culinary experience with the finest meat and seafood. Japanese butcher and meat supplier Hiyama, who has worked with the group previously, will once again provide its signature Hiyama Kuroge Wagyu Beef, which is prized for its fine grain and marbling. There are plenty of other meats on offer, including U.S.D.A. Prime Black Angus, Australian Rangers Valley Cross-bred Wagyu, Australian Black Angus and cuts ranging from flat iron and striploin to tomahawk and bone-in ribeye. For those avoiding red meat, the menu also has an array of options like French spring chicken, Australian lamb chops, whole lobster; and starters including oysters and hand-cut steak tartare. Sides are equally decadent – think mac and cheese and mashed potatoes.

Sake with style

37 Steakhouse & Bar is worth stopping into, even if just for a drink. At the entrance, there’s an intimate, stylish sake bar offering the full range of  Sawaya Matsumoto sakes. Though of rice wine isn’t your thing, there will be a strong list of regular wines too, so there’ll be plenty of good drops to pair with your meal.

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Gayatri Bhaumik

Always ready for her next adventure, Gayatri Bhaumik took her first flight
at 10 days old and hasn’t looked back since. After long stints in Bangkok,
Melbourne and London, she now based in Hong Kong where she's the Group Editor at Artemis Communications.