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The Best Butchers in Hong Kong

Meat eaters in Hong Kong are at no shortage of steaks and sausages. Whilst the city is home to an abundance of restaurants—Western and Asian—sometimes, a garden barbecue, or a flat dinner requires fresh cuts to order straight from the butchers itself. Here are the best butchers in Hong Kong to get your meats from for a weekend indulgence.

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The Butcher’s Club

With a Michelin star under its belt, The Butcher’s Club opened its shop over seven years ago, selling premium Australian beef, aged in their own temperature and humidity-controlled dry-aging facility. Home chefs can make their orders online for delivery, or order it in-store. Food ranges from charcuterie and hams to the infamous burger patties. There’s also seafood, poultry, and vegans are welcome to try the Impossible and Beyond Beef selections.

The Butcher’s Club, various locations, +852 6373 6058,

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Biltong Chief

Craving South African biltong? Hong Kong’s online meat butcher, Biltong Chief, supplies the goods. Offering a scrumptious selection of grass-fed biltong, BBQ & braai meat, the butchers delivers directly to your door, and even features next-day delivery options.

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Farmer’s Market

Farmer’s Market launched in Hong Kong in 2016 (founded by Emma Pike), and has an outpost in Singapore too. It aims to bring premium, restaurant-quality meats to everyday consumers. Products are sourced directly from Australia, and includes wholesome beef, lamb, pork, salmon, fish, duck, chicken, sausages and more.

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Eat The Kiwi

Opened as a sustainable online grocery store, Eat The Kiwi delivers the highest-quality New Zealand food directly to your doorstep, and to some of the best Hong Kong restaurants. The grocer features fresh free-range chicken, venison, lamb, bacon, and fish. Match your order with some of the other kiwi goods.

Smoke and Barrels

Not to be confused with its competitor with the same name, Smoke and Barrels opened last month and serves barbecue, bourbon and beignets. The eatery is famed for its dine-in selection of ribs and meaty sandwiches, but it also houses a deli for takeout fresh meats. Try a taste of Texan goodness by heading to the butchers' store and making your order.

Smoke and Barrels, Shop 3, LG/F, MyCentral, 23 Graham Street, Hong Kong,


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