Wooloomooloo Steakhouse [REVIEW ££££]

Wooloomooloo Steakhouse [REVIEW ££££]

A trip wouldn’t be complete without visiting one of Hong Kong’s finest rooftops. Wooloomooloo is a steakhouse with incredible cocktails and skyline views. If you’re like me and enjoy a nice sizzling steak once in a while, why not take it up a notch and experience it near the clouds?

Food & View = Win.

When I stumbled on Wooloomooloo’s Menu the Australian Wagyu Beef Steak won me over. This was mostly the reason why I chose this place. Whether you’ve booked it for lunch or dinner you’ll still get the best experience day and night.

We booked our reservation at 7:30pm and requested a table next to the window. Our first impression was of course the breathtaking view. We ordered the Duck Foie Gras, Garlic Prawns for starters and Wagyu Beef & Wooloomooloo Steak for our main course. This in total cost 1,526 HKD (£146/$195) including two glasses of red wine.

Mango Cocktail.

When the steak arrived it gave a nice aroma. It was cooked to perfection. You had an option if you wanted some sauce with your steak, but honestly there was enough juice to enjoy it by itself. The waitress gave us a nice selection of mustards to add as a side as well. Can’t go wrong with French mustard.

Rooftop View [1].

Afterwards we headed up to the rooftop bar. We were lucky enough to find good seats so we can enjoy the skyline view more. There are variety of cocktails and non alcohol drinks on the menu to pick. We ordered a lychee and mango cocktail. There wasn’t much alcohol in the drinks and the bartenders added too much ice which diluted the taste.

Rooftop View [2].

 


FOOD QUALITY : 4/5
DRINKS QUALITY : 3/5
SERVICE : 4/5
PRICE : 3.5/5
ATMOSPHERE : 5/5
LOCATION : 5/5

☆☆☆☆
OVERALL : 4.5/5


 

 


2 Comments

  1. March 12, 2018 / 5:57 am

    This is such a good review! I would definitely go gor the Garlic prawns and a glass of white wine to admire this wonderful view.

    • Sarah
      March 25, 2018 / 12:30 pm

      Thank you Angela! Appreciate it as always. The garlic prawns was something else, I don’t think I see that often in a restaurant. Even for a budget traveller I think it’s nice to treat yourself at least one especially if you’re in HK. The views should never be missed.

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