Ruth’s Chris Steak House is bringing their signature style of steakhouse cuisine to the lucky people of Hong Kong. Famous throughout the world for their unbelievable steaks, the restaurant is already a huge success at its Admiralty premises. Located on Queensway on the ground floor of Lippo Centre Tower 2, this is one steakhouse experience you don’t want to miss out on. Open every day of the week for lunch and dinner, Ruth’s Chris takes high-end steaks to unforeseen heights.
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Great food and service. We had the T-bone, Cowboy ribeye and lamb chops; all were superb. Service with a smile and was efficient. Price was high but the servings were so enormous that sharing each meat dish between two adults was both feasible and filling - this made it better value for money. One chocolate lava cake serving was enough for four of us!
It was great food/drink and service. Had an excellent meal
Serving up the juiciest steaks the world has ever seen, Ruth’s Chris Steak House is associated with the finest in steakhouse cuisine. Utilising a 1,800 degree broiler – designed by founder Ruth Fertel herself – chef Wai Hung Chiu is able to essentially lock in the beef’s natural juices and flavour, offering pure steak bliss with no compromise. In addition to incredible steak, the restaurant on Queensway in Hong Kong’s Admiralty is also known for serving an array of international, American and seafood dishes, all of the very highest quality.
A long menu of delicious choices awaits you at Ruth’s Chris Steak House in Hong Kong’s Admiralty, where diners are provided with a healthy dose of American hospitality, upscale sophistication, and steaks at the very tippy top of their game. Choose your steak – think T-bone, porterhouse, fillet, and rib-eye and varieties – served cooked to perfection and sizzling on a 500 degree plate (don’t burn yourself!). Not a steak fan? Take mains like the Caribbean lobster tail, barbecued shrimp or the stuffed chicken breast. Round off your meal with a slice of chocolate sin cake, a decadent slice of rich velvety goodness. Make sure to reserve well in advance. Believe us, it’s worth it.