About La Pampa Argentinian Steak House
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About the restaurant
Nestled in the heart of Soho in Central, Club La Pampa Argentinian SteakHouse, has become a Hong Kong institution for lovers of quality steak, cooked in true Argentine style. As the first Argentinian steakhouse in Hong Kong, this Staunton Street restaurant changed the face of steakhouse dining in this vibrant city, with steak-loving foodies absolutely buzzing about this spot since 1999. With free-range, organic and grass-fed beef and chorizo imported from Argentina, you can rest assured you’ll be in for a feast to remember. With a carefully curated Argentinian wine list to boot, it’s high time you make a reservation to find out just what the fuss is all about.
The menu is without a doubt the star of the show at Club La Pampa Argentinian Steak House, and paired alongside unrivalled service, this Hong Kong steak-lovers haven is one of the best dining spots in the city. But it’s not all steak. You can kick things off at Club La Pampa Argentinian Steak House with bandeja de achuras, a mixed platter brimming with sweet bread, Argentine beef, pork and blood sausages; empanadas mixta of several empanadas filled with beef, chicken, ham and cheese and we do recommend a fresh salad to offset all the tasty meat you’ll be feasting on during the main event.
So, for the plato principal (main course), Club La Pampa Argentinian Steak House boasts an extensive array of dishes to choose from. Take your pick of grilled options, like the classic beef sirloin steak, or try the tenderloin served with your pick of potatoes, vegetables or rice. Or, opt for a classic roast of beef or chicken with all the comforting trimmings you’d expect from this Central restaurant. Alongside minute dishes, medallion choices and a plethora of sides to select, let’s just say there’s no way you’ll be leaving remotely hungry from Club La Pampa Argentinian Steak House. You’ll find this Hong Kong meat-lovers delight in Soho on Staunton Street, Central. As we mentioned, it’s a bit of an institution so booking ahead is essential.