Review: Beef & Liberty (Central)

Review: Beef & Liberty (Central)
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The biggest Beef & Liberty truly shines in a sprawling 4,700sqft Lan Kwai Fong space. With an outdoor terrace, high ceilings, an expanded bar experience, live DJs on the weekends and much more, it’s a wonderful bar option in the heart of Lan Kwai Fong.

The brews:

Quite reasonably priced for LKF, Beef & Liberty features five excellent beers on draught including the exclusive Moonzen Lemon Saison ($88), as well as others by Young Master, Brooklyn and Estrella Damm, and a range of year-round and seasonal brews in bottles ($65-75). The bar also does 2L growler fills. Intriguingly, there’s a creative range of boilermakers and other beer cocktails, courtesy of bar manager Pawel Mikusek (formerly of Lily & Bloom).

The bites:

The burgers are the main draw here, with classics including the Bacon Cheese ($125) – but don’t miss out on a new range of bar snacks and other delights courtesy of acclaimed group executive chef Uwe Opocensky (who most recently served as executive chef at the Mandarin Oriental for nine years) and head chef Marcus Chant. Among the offerings are a delectable chicken liver parfait ($58) with maple syrup, a fairly salty pork crackling ($38) that would be great with beer, a pricey but delicious oxtail slider ($58) and a whimsical flower pot of vegetable crudités ($58). If you can make it through to dessert, the warm skillet cookie & cream ($68) is a must-try, with a delightful mix of white and dark chocolate and a thick cream coating on top.

The short:

Beef & Liberty has certainly upped its game here – and we’re happy to see a few LKF spots moving beyond the generic tourist-focused haunts into something we can all enjoy.

3/F, California Tower, 30-32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, +852 2450 5778

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