Hong Kong is brilliantly connected to Australia and there are lots of fantastic family holiday options there. But where to start? We asked our friends at Flight Centre to inspire us with their pick of Australian family adventures.
22 Jun 2016 / Holidays
Hong Kong is a city with endless possibilities; there is so much to do, see, and eat at all hours of the day. We’ve put together a curated list of the most iconic, memorable, and unique things to do in 48 hours in the city that never sleeps.
20 Jun 2016 / Around HK / HK Living / Travel
If you're craving a good old fashioned steak then you've come to the right place. Here's our pick of the best places to get steak in Hong Kong.
16 Jun 2016 / Food / Restaurants

Australian Family Adventures from Hong Kong

Hong Kong is brilliantly connected to Australia and there are lots of fantastic family holiday options there. But where to start? We asked our friends at Flight Centre to inspire us with their pick of Australian family adventures.

22 Jun 2016 — By Catherine Stewart / Holidays
Family holidays in Australia by Flight Centre

Some of the best childhood experiences are enjoyed on family holidays. Exploring the world as a family is the best way to create those treasured memories. Massive and open-skied, Australia offers more than anywhere else when it comes to travel. Australia expert, Flight Centre, recommends these family-friendly adventures on your next trip to the land down under.

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Feeding kangaroos at Taronga zoo

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48 Hours In Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city with endless possibilities; there is so much to do, see, and eat at all hours of the day. We’ve put together a curated list of the most iconic, memorable, and unique things to do in 48 hours in the city that never sleeps.

20 Jun 2016 — By thisgirlabroad / Around HK / HK Living / Travel
The HK Hub, 48 Hours in the city that never sleeps

Day 1

Morning:

Start your day with a traditional Hong Kong breakfast of dim sum – delicious steamed buns with a variety of ingredients – at Maxim’s Palace City Hall. Some of the more popular dim sum choices are char siu bao (bbq pork buns) and siu mai (steamed shrimp dumplings). Be sure to arrive early, as it becomes very popular with locals and tourists alike.

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5 Great Steak Places in Hong Kong

If you're craving a good old fashioned steak then you've come to the right place. Here's our pick of the best places to get steak in Hong Kong.

16 Jun 2016 — By Sarah Richard / Food / Restaurants
steak restaurants in Hong Kong

The Best Places to Eat Steak in Hong Kong

We are all massive foodies here in Hong Kong and with restaurants opening faster than we can keep up, we are also suckers for a good restaurant roundup list. Our latest is the best steaks in town. Buckle up, you’re in for a meaty ride!

La Vache!

la vaache steak restaurant Hong Kong

It’s tough being at the top hey La Vache? Although it wouldn’t seem they buckle under pressure after consistently serving the best steak in the 852 for the last few years. There are a couple of reasons the steak here is so good; number 1, that’s all they serve – the menu consists of just one dish; steak and fries, so all their energy is going into the finest bits of beef. And number 2 is that special sauce and those perfectly cooked fries that accompany the steak. Oh my, so much goodness on one plate.

48 Peel Street, Central | 2880 0248

Braza

Braza steak restaurant Hong Kong

When it comes to steak there’s no denying the Brazilians know their stuff, so this hideout in LKF is every steak lover’s dream serving the good stuff Churrascaria style. This method of serving different cuts of meat originated from the south of Brazil in the early 1800’s and is now taking Hong Kong by storm. The steak is cooked to perfection and the other meat is on-par too. The array of sides at brunch is pretty spectacular and even the barbequed pineapple is something to write home about!

3/F, Grand Progress Building, 15 Lan Kwai Fong, Central | 2890 9268

Steak Frites

streak freaks

Butchers Club has been dominating the meat scene in Hong Kong recently, and their restaurant dedicated to steak is a welcome addition to Soho. Since dry-aged beef is the core of all Butchers Club restaurants, the brand prides itself on selecting only the best beef in the world. At Steak Frites, you can select your own cut of beef from one of three different suppliers sourced from the USA and Australia. Their menu also includes roasted bone marrow, seared foie gras, and the ever-popular Nova Scotia lobster tail. Oh, and the duck fat fried fries are out of this world!

56 Staunton Street, Central | 2858 9800

Beef Bar

beefbar restaurant Hong Kong

A new-comer to the meat mentions having only set up shop last year, Beef Bar is already making waves with its steak. You can choose from a raw, charcuterie, burger or kobe ‘bar’ allowing you to enjoy your beef just the way you like it. Their huge menu leaves endless options and you’ll need to come back over and over again to try it all.Thumbs up guys! Note: Come here if you are celebrating a special occasion – it can become a bit pricey!

Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House Street | 2110 8853

FRITES

Frites restaurant Hong Kong

This European-style bistro boasts a rather impressive selection of beer, yet has started to make waves in the steak stakes (get it?). Their 1885 Black Angus Ribeye served with truffle butter is so damn dreamy it’ll have you dreaming about it for days. Simply served with frites and a small salad, the chunk of beef takes up a majority of the plate, satisfying any hungry meat-lover. With 4 locations around Hong Kong, you’re never far from away from some delicious meat.

Shop 6, 1/F Causeway Centre, 28 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai | 2877 2422

 

Have we missed some? There’s only so much steak a girl can try, leave a comment and let me know your favourites!


Sarah is a 26 year old professional world wanderer.  Four years ago, she left the UK and everything that offered security and routine in exchange for a life of constant excitement and adventure. Through working as a Scuba Dive Instructor, freelance writer and running her blog www.coffeewithasliceoflife.com she now leads a life as a full time digital nomad. Based in Hong Kong you will most likely bump into her typing away on her laptop in one of the city’s latest coffee shops.