Shore is at once a steakhouse, lounge bar, and al fresco terrace, and it certainly has the room to accommodate all three at its split-level third-and-fourth-floor Queen’s Road location in Hong Kong’s Central. Clocking in at 10,000 square feet, Shore has the chops, so to speak, to feed and entertain Hong Kong’s discerning diners, whether they are after an intimate dinner, a wind-down with colleagues, or a big, beefy banquet or celebration.
The food was excellent, the service was great, the business set lunch is excellent value, appropriate decor, i loce the music that is played in the background
I had x'mas dinner with my friend. The x'mas dinner was delicious and fresh, service was excellent and we had a great x'mas night there.
Shore is about luxurious as it gets in Central Hong Kong. The main dining room on the upper level is described as the onshore area, with hardwood floors, copper bull horn adorned chandeliers bringing an earthy flavour to one of the city’s most upscale steakhouses. The offshore lounge area brings the ocean to bear on a space ideal for socialising, spanned by a very long and well-stocked bar. Then there’s the terrace, with great views from three floors up above Queen’s Road out over the centre of this vibrant city – ideal for corporate events, casual al fresco lunches, and private parties.
When it comes to hosting private events, the capacity of Shore’s Queen’s Road premises is a more than enough, and its capabilities superlative. The indoor lounge and terrace can each accommodate up to 200 guests with drinks and canapes, and they can be combined for double the party. Meanwhile, the elegantly furnished dining room, on the upper level, can host banquets for up to 80. Whether or not it’s a private celebration or some of Central Hong Kong’s most exclusive steakhouse dining you’re after, Shore’s executive chef has created fantastic western-style set menus and a superb a la carte menu for your indulgence. Expect renowned steaks dry-aged in-house, sourced sustainably and ethically from select suppliers, plus starters from field, farm and sea, a considerate selection titled Everything But Steak, and delicious cheeseboards and desserts.