Beef & Liberty, which originated from Shanghai (woo hoo, Shanghai pride) is the newest edition to the bustling foodie haven that is now possessing Star Street precinct in Admiralty. Beef & Liberty takes pride in serving hormone-free grass fed beef burgers! The ambiance is fun, casual, yet bustling with food and noise. Its a burger joint with a casual vibe and a selection of burgers (served in a soft sourdough bun, or in a bowl for the health conscious), various fries (and sauces), wings, sides, shakes, drinks and craft beers. So…could this be the best burger joint in town?? Lets find out.
At dinner…we arrived for our dinner reservation at 7:15pm. The restaurant is parked on the top (second) floor just above Pizza Express!
Some starters…We ended up ordering all three. (Ribs/Corn/Chicken Wings)...very southern!
Crispy Chicken Wings |$58 HKD| Especially crispy and crunchy on the outside and remained that way even though it was smothered in a tangy Korean spicy and sweet sauce.
Sweet Corn Cobbler |$ 38 HKD| I love corn!! But this was a really small portion and didn’t have the most taste to it.
Green Salad w/ Mandarin Orange and Walnuts | Light, fresh and refreshing! Loved the slight sweetness from the juicy mandarin orange!
We ordered two burgers to split for the three of us! We ordered the set meal..Which was barely over $100 HKD!! So cheap…for a side of fries and soft drink.
Classic Beef Burger w/ Cheese, a side of Black Pepper Fries | The beef patty is perfectly cooked. Soaked in the cheese and sauce. It’s great…but a bit on the smaller size. Perhaps it was because we split everything. The fries were alright…but nothing too spectacular!
Lamb Burger | $95 HKD | A New Zealand lamb patty with harissa yogurt, parsley, butter lettuce, tomato and a special sauce. The lamb burger was loaded with flavour, but not my cup of tea! But the others loved it.
Overall, Beef and Liberty is a great spot to go with your friends. It’s a loud, fun environment. Great for grub, drinking, and chatting! Food itself is cheap. But somehow we were still hungry. I’m still hunting for my burger joint in Hong Kong! I’ll probably be back though! If you haven’t gone. You should go try.
We ended up going to Common Room (post) to dine on some mini wagyu foie gras burgers and drinks! 🙂 <3
Beef & Liberty 2/F, 23 Wing Fung St, Wan Chai, 2811 3009
Common Room 1/F, 8-13 Wo On Lane, Wo On Building, Central, Hong Kong, 2525 3599
<3 Always, Jess