If you're looking for a more luxurious dining setting than the cosy down-to-earth burger store at Wanchai, the Butchers Club has recently added a fifth outlet to their Hong Kong collection amongst The Secret Kitchen's antique gallery.
The new and appealing weekday lunch-only diner is found amid a one-of-a-kind urban surrounding-- guests would enter the Wong Chuk Hang industrial building, first passing graffiti created by local artists before making ways through the loading bay of a bakery, and finally boarding an old school manual lift. Once at the 16th floor loft, guests would find themselves in the middle of a vintage roulette table from the golden age of Monte Carlo, and writer’s travelling cases owned by the likes of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Apart from the delightfully private dining environment, the lunch menu does not disappoint loyal diners. Selections range from the original and Michelin Guide-listed bacon cheeseburger (The Burger, $100) to the new vegetarian kid on the block (Beyond Classic, $120) to the popular Red Fire Rooster Wings (half portion, $50; full portion, $88) to the fresh summer salads made up of locally-grown organic greens with a choice of three proteins (Signature Beef Patty, $140; Breaded Chicken Thigh, $120; Crumbed New Zealand Ling Filet, $120).
The Butchers Club Burger at The Secret Kitchen is opened from Monday to Friday at 11:30 – 14:30 and is closed on Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays). Delivery orders in the region are available via Deliveroo.
The Secret Kitchen
16/F & Rooftop, Shui Ki Industrial Building,
18 Wong Chuk Hang Road,
To see more from The Butchers Club, click here (www.thebutchers.club)