If you’d like a change to Chinese cuisine, Beef & Liberty offers a great opportunity, with excellent burgers, salads, fries, starters and desserts. There are some vegetarian options. The meat used is from Scottish Longhorn cattle reared in the Highlands. The cocktails are also very good.
The restaurant’s name comes from London when a Gentleman named John Rich founded a club called the Sublime Society of Beefsteaks, in 1735. It brought together the actors, artists, writers and politicians of the city. Members had to swear an oath which ended with “… so beef and liberty be my reward.”
There are three Beef & Liberty restaurants in Hong Kong, in Wanchai, Lan Kwai Fong, and Stanley. They are open every day for lunch and dinner.
Beef & Liberty
Star St. Precinct
2/F, 23 Wing Fung Street
Wanchai, Hong Kong
Tel. +852 2811 3009