About Beef & Liberty - Stanley
About the restaurant
Although reservations may be full, we always leave some space for walk-in guest
Located on Carmel Road, this hip Hong Kong joint is taking the humble beefburger to unforeseen new heights. With three branches in the city-state, Beef & Liberty are establishing themselves quite a reputation as the place to go for burgers in Hong Kong, combining trendy stripped-back decor with craft beers and classic comfort food infused with Beef & Liberty’s own innovative twists. With such a loyal fan club, this cosy restaurant can fill up quickly – book a table in advance to avoid disappointment.
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Priding themselves on only using the highest quality hormone-free and grass-fed Hereford and Angus cattle, Hong Kong’s Beef & Liberty are old pros when it comes to crafting the perfect burger, dishing up juicy, smoky, succulent patties available with a range of different toppings. Whether you want to keep it simple with the classic beef burger, or go for something with an exotic kick like the lamb burger topped with mint yoghurt, cumin, butter lettuce, red onion and tomato, Beef & Liberty have something for all tastes. Vegetarians even get a look in too with the Arghi Bhaji burger (chickpeas, onion, jalapeno, mango chutney and beetroot coleslaw).
Nothing goes together better than a burger and a beer, and you’ll find a menu of craft beers imported from around the world at Beef & Liberty over in Stanley, as well as some tasty cocktails and alcoholic milkshakes. How about a Colombian Scream? A blend of Kahlua, Baileys and vanilla ice cream along with a shot of espresso to wake you up from the food coma that you’ll probably be in after indulging in such a feast. Nowhere in Hong Kong does fast food quite like Beef & Liberty, so get yourself down to Stanley’s Carmel Road and find out why this place is so hyped for yourself.