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Hong Kong has plenty of steakhouses, but only a very small handful in Admiralty and Central that can offer the same consistent quality as Mr Tomahawk. Continuing the traditions of premium quality steak, refined elegance and first-class but friendly service established by Louis’ Steak House, Mr Tomahawk inside the Citic Tower on Tin Mei Street is fast asserting its claim to being one of the city’s premier steakhouses. And that’s without even mentioning the gorgeous decor.
Mr Tomahawk opened inside Citic Tower accompanied by plenty of fanfare and expectation, since it is the long awaited heir to the throne vacated by Louis’ Steak House which closed down after being in business in Hong Kong for nearly five decades. Mr Tomahawk has certainly not faltered in carrying the mantle of premium, first-class steakhouse dining around Central and Admiralty’s upscale commercial core. In fact, the elaborate menu and use of more and more of the finest quality ingredients from around the world has some saying Mr Tomahawk is leaving Louis’ shadow and blazing its own trail towards being one of Hong Kong’s very best steakhouses.
Produce used by the chefs at Citic Tower’s Mr Tomahawk are hand-selected each day, depending on the freshness and quality of what is on offer at Hong Kong markets. Therefore, it’s very unlikely to find anything other than sensational food no matter what you get. However, particular mention should be made of their signature 1-kilogram t-bone Tomahawk, a juicy, tender and flavourful cut of high quality steak that goes beautifully with grilled asparagus, sauteed mushrooms and a chilled Peroni. Whether for a classy date, important business lunch or special occasion, this suave steakhouse on Tin Mei Avenue in Central is a safe choice.